2005 CHORD Conference
'Commercial Histories: Perspectives on Retailing and Distribution History'
14-15 September 2005
University of Wolverhampton, UK
CHORD (the Centre for the History of Retailing and Distribution) invites participants to an international conference devoted to the exploration of the varied histories of commerce.
Programme and abstracts (as well as registration form) can be found at:
For more information, please contact the conference organiser:
Laura Ugolini. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The full conference fee is £ 52. Reduced fees are available. Attendance 1 day only: £ 34. Students/unwaged (both days): £ 30. Conference dinner (evening 14 September): £ 22.
International and global trade
Towns and trades
Commerce, families and kin
Retail spaces and designs
Buying and selling fashion
Consumption, politics and citizenship
Commodities and the links of distribution
Manufacturers and retailers
Retail development: cross-regional perspectives
Commerce: comparative perspectives
Beyond the 'commercial'?
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