I’m very pleased to announce the publication of the very first CHORD
Kate Kelsey Staples, who contributed a paper to the September 2016
conference, ‘Retailing and Distribution before 1600’, writes on ‘Materiality
and Meaning: Goods as Legal and Cultural Currency’.
Her post can be found here:
I hope that other blog posts will follow in the next few weeks – in
addition, if you have a short piece that you might like to contribute, please
do get in touch!
In the meantime, warm thanks to Kate and I hope you enjoy her piece!
Prof. Laura Ugolini
Professor of History
Dept. of History, Politics, War Studies
Faculty of Social Sciences
Mary Seacole (MH) Building
University of Wolverhampton
Find out more about CHORD events: https://retailhistory.wordpress.com