GaW-seminariet, Historia: Sex and space in the early modern city
- Date: –12:00
- Location: Engelska parken Sal Eng2-0027
- Lecturer: Bob Pierik (university of Amsterdam)
- Organiser: Gender and work, Historiska institutionen
- Contact person: Karin Hassan Jansson
Bob Pierik presents work in progress with the title ”Sex in the city in the long eighteenth century: Space, sexual activity and privacy”. E-mail Bob (firstname.lastname@example.org) a week before the seminar to get the text.
The seminar will be held in English.
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