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Free Talk | The Prison of Marriage: Separation, Divorce and Married Women’s Property, 1500-1857 @LearnCardiff

January 31, 2016

This Leverhulme Public Lecture is part of the Exploring the Past free lecture series hosted by Continuing & Professional Education. The School of History, Archaeology and Religion and Continuing & Professional Education have teamed up with the Leverhulme Trust to bring you this exciting lecture as art of the Exploring the Past series of FREE talks delivered by local postgraduates, academics, and renowned scholars from universities across the UK.

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These monthly talks present an exciting window into research undertaken in areas like history, archaeology, literature, and religion. They are intended to provide adult learners with a fresh and up to the minute taster of the kinds of research undertaken within the humanities at Cardiff University and beyond and to give you a taste for university study and research.

http://sites.cardiff.ac.uk/events/view/the-prison-of-marriage-separation-divorce-and-married-womens-property-1500-1857/

 

 

 

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