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JEB143 Cambridge Lectures in Economic History

07/02/2020

This course is an unmissable event not only for anyone who wants to understand how history influences the present as well as the future economic development. It is also an unmissable event for anyone who wants to experience how students are taught at one of the best universities in the world.

We are proud to announce the guest lecturers for this term:

  • Professor Sheilagh Ogilvie of Faculty of Economics, Cambridge University, who will deliver three lectures called  Explaining the Industrial Revolution;
  • and Dr. Leigh Shaw-Taylor of Faculty of History, Cambridge University, who will deliver the lectures on the occupational structure of England and Wales and on the regional nature of the Industrial Revolution.

The organizer of the course, doc. Antonie Doležalová, has received the 2019 Arnost of Pardubice Prize for the most innovative teacher at Charles University. 

Those who want to attend the course regularly and to also participate in seminars, please enrol through SIS. The first seminar is scheduled for February 20 at 12:20, room 105.

Those who want to visit lectures only, please save the dates:

Wednesday, April 15 and April 22, 12:30-15:20, room 314, Opletalova 26.

For further information, please contact Antonie Doležalová (ad875@cam.ac.uk)

We are looking forward to seeing you!

Autor - Mgr. Ema C. Stašová

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