Workshop:Master Apprentice Relationship in History, LSE, 8-9 Nov 2019

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Type: 
Workshop
Date: 
November 8, 2019 to November 9, 2019
Location: 
United Kingdom
Subject Fields: 
Early Modern History and Period Studies, Economic History / Studies, Labor History / Studies, Social History / Studies, Urban History / Studies

ATTENDANCE DEADLINE 1 NOVEMBER 2019

Location: LSE, London. Date: 8-9 November 2019

Apprentices depended on masters to train and support them; and masters depended on their apprentices to work diligently to keep their workshops in business. Often living in close proximity for many years, the relationship that a master and apprentice built between them was an essential element in the success of an apprenticeship. Yet how was this relationship made to work? And when and why did it break down? This workshop brings together economic and social historians to explore the nature and characteristics of the master-apprentice relationship as it existed across Europe between the sixteenth and the nineteenth centuries.

Speakers: Laura Gowing, Jeff Horn, Jonathan Barry, Jose Nieto Sánchez,  Ida Juul, Leonard Rosenband, Lars Edgren, Sietske Van den Wyngaert and Merja Uotila.

If you would like to attend, please email Sietske van den Wyngaert by 1 November Sietske.VandenWyngaert@uantwerpen.be 

Further details: http://www.lse.ac.uk/Economic-History/Events/2019-20/Socialization-and-Skill-The-Master-Apprentice-Relationship-in-Long-Term-Perspective

Contact Info: 

Sietske van den Wyngaert