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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ellen McArthur. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ellen McArthur, often where they are interviewed.

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The Ellen McArthur Lectures 2016. Gendering Economic History. Professor Jane Humphries. Lecture 1 Women, work and wages: from the Black Death to the industrial revolution

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Eve also Delved: Gendering Economic History, Professor Jane Humphries, Ellen McArthur Lectures 2016

Women from all times and regions will be seen about their daily lives, at work and at home, in these 4 lectures. New sources will be used to reconstruct and analyze their many productive contributions to their families and communities. Snapshots in time and micro studies underpin a more general account which can then be related to the grand narratives of British economic history. I will argue that we need to acknowledge the productive activities of women and children to build not only a more complete but a more correct economic history.
May 19 2016 · 49mins
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Ellen McArthur Lectures 2016. Eve also Delved: Gendering Economic History, Professor Jane Humphries, Lecture 3

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Eve also Delved: Gendering Economic History, Professor Jane Humphries, Lecture 3

Women from all times and regions will be seen about their daily lives, at work and at home, in these 4 lectures. New sources will be used to reconstruct and analyze their many productive contributions to their families and communities. Snapshots in time and micro studies underpin a more general account which can then be related to the grand narratives of British economic history. I will argue that we need to acknowledge the productive activities of women and children to build not only a more complete but a more correct economic history.
May 16 2016 · 54mins
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The Ellen McArthur Lectures 2016. Eve also Delved: Gendering Economic History. Professor Jane Humphries Lecture 2. The spinster: a tragic heroine of the industrial revolution?

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Eve Also Delved: Gendering Economic History, Professor Jane Humphries.

Women from all times and regions will be seen about their daily lives, at work and at home, in these 4 lectures. New sources will be used to reconstruct and analyze their many productive contributions to their families and communities. Snapshots in time and micro studies underpin a more general account which can then be related to the grand narratives of British economic history. I will argue that we need to acknowledge the productive activities of women and children to build not only a more complete but a more correct economic history.
May 16 2016 · 56mins
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The Ellen McArthur Lectures 2009. Professor Nick Crafts. Lecture 4 Q&A

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The Ellen McArthur Lectures, 2009

“From the 18th to the 21st Century: a Perspective on 250 Years of Economic Growth”

Q&A following Lecture 4 of 4, Reversing Relative Economc Decline: Thatcher and Sons in Historical Context, by

Professor N.F.R. Crafts, University of Warwick
May 25 2010 · 31mins
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The Ellen McArthur Lectures, 2009. Professor Nick Crafts. Lecture 2 Q&A.

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The Ellen McArthur Lectures, 2009

“From the 18th to the 21st Century: a Perspective on 250 Years of Economic Growth”

Q&A following Lecture 2 of 4, What were the Real Penalties of the Early Start?, by

Professor N.F.R. Crafts, University of Warwick
May 25 2010 · 24mins
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The Ellen McArthur Lectures 2009. Professor Nick Crafts. Lecture 1 Q&A

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The Ellen McArthur Lectures, 2009

“From the 18th to the 21st Century: a Perspective on 250 Years of Economic Growth”

Q&A following Lecture 1 of 4, The First Industrial Revolution: Perspectives from Before and After, by

Professor N.F.R. Crafts, University of Warwick
May 25 2010 · 24mins