Session Title

Economies of the Fourteenth Century: Macro and Micro Issues

Sponsoring Organization(s)

14th Century Society

Organizer Name

Marie D'Aguanno Ito

Organizer Affiliation

Georgetown Univ.

Presider Name

Debra A. Salata

Presider Affiliation

Lincoln Memorial Univ.

Paper Title 1

Over Land and Sea: Gendering the Economies of Fourteenth-Century Catalonia

Presenter 1 Name

Sarah Ifft Decker

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Yale Univ.

Paper Title 2

Within One Another: The Bell Tower of Ghent and The Privileges and Statutes of Ghent and Flanders

Presenter 2 Name

Karen M. Klockner

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Institute of Fine Arts, New York Univ.

Paper Title 3

Wheat versus Grain: The Two-Tiered Economic and Social Environment of the Florentine Market at Orsanmichele, 1265-1330s

Presenter 3 Name

Marie D'Aguanno Ito

Start Date

14-5-2016 10:00 AM

Session Location

Schneider 1155

Description

Economies of the Fourteenth Century: Macro and Micro Issues.
Organizer: Marie D'Aguanno Ito, Georgetown University, mdi3@georgetown.edu.

This session will cover: (1) various economies and economic issues, such as cross-border, territorial, regional, and local economies of Europe, Byzantium, and the East; (2) trade networks and economic activities between cities and regions; and (3) economic issues, such as agriculture, fishing, dairy and meat production/trade; shipping, ship building, and overland transport; local and regional production and trade in raw materials, such as wool; and local and regional manufacturing and trade in finished goods, such as household materials, apparel, military items, and tools and equipment.

Marie D. Ito

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May 14th, 10:00 AM

Economies of the Fourteenth Century: Macro and Micro Issues

Schneider 1155

Economies of the Fourteenth Century: Macro and Micro Issues.
Organizer: Marie D'Aguanno Ito, Georgetown University, mdi3@georgetown.edu.

This session will cover: (1) various economies and economic issues, such as cross-border, territorial, regional, and local economies of Europe, Byzantium, and the East; (2) trade networks and economic activities between cities and regions; and (3) economic issues, such as agriculture, fishing, dairy and meat production/trade; shipping, ship building, and overland transport; local and regional production and trade in raw materials, such as wool; and local and regional manufacturing and trade in finished goods, such as household materials, apparel, military items, and tools and equipment.

Marie D. Ito