Dear Laura Ugolini,
I hope to be able to attend this, could I pay on the door?
Historical & Critical Studies,
Glasgow School of Art,
+141 353 4559.
> With apologies for cross-posting!
> CHORD WORKSHOP
> 24 April 2002
> Marginal Retailing: Historical Approaches, 1500-2000
> CHORD (the Committee for the History of Retailing and Distribution) invites
> all researchers interested marginal retailing and marginal retailers to
> participate in a one-day workshop.
> Speakers are:
> Wendy Thwaites, independent scholar, 'Licensed agricultural produce dealers: a
> marginal group'?
> Andrew Hann, University of Coventry, 'Defining the marginal retailer'
> Margaret Ponsonby, University of Wolverhampton, 'Working class necessity or
> middle class desirable commodity? Retailing second-hand furniture in the
> half of the nineteenth century'
> Samantha Badger, University of Wolverhampton, 'Working-Class Self-Provisioning
> in the Black Country and Coventry; 1930 – 1960'
> The workshop will be held at The University of Wolverhampton
> Fee: £ 7. The fee may be waived for students and scholars unable to obtain
> institutional funding, but all participants are requested to register.
> For further information please contact Dr Laura Ugolini, Room MQ203/4,
> Chambers, University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton, WV1 1SB, UK E-mail:
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> Web-site (including workshop programme, abstracts, down-loadable registration
> form): http://pers-www.wlv.ac.uk/~in6086/chapril.html
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