IMC 2019: Sessions

Session 133: Consumption, Demand, and Material Culture in Late Medieval Catalonia, I: Sources

Monday 1 July 2019, 11.15-12.45

Sponsor:Renda feudal i fiscalitat a la Catalunya baixmedieval (Refiscat), Universitat de Girona / Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid
Organiser:Alba Jennifer Pérez Álvarez, Facultat de Lletres, Universitat de Girona
Moderator/Chair:Aina Palarea Marimon, Department of History & Civilization, European University Institute, Firenze
Paper 133-aMaterial Legacy as a Marker for Distinction between Late Medieval Catalan Aristocrats: The Post-Mortem Inventory of Bernat De Tagamanent (d. 1376)
(Language: English)
Alejandro Martínez Giralt, Centre de Recerca d'Història Rural, Universitat de Girona
Alejandro Martínez Giralt, Centre de Recerca d'Història Rural, Universitat de Girona
Index terms: Economics - General, Social History
Paper 133-bThe Wealth of the Poor: An Approach to the Material Culture in the Hospital of the Holy Cross through Economic Registers
(Language: English)
Jaume Marcé Sánchez, Institut de Recerca en Cultures Medievals, Universitat de Barcelona
Jaume Marcé Sánchez, Institut de Recerca en Cultures Medievals, Universitat de Barcelona
Index terms: Economics - Urban, Social History
Abstract

The first session of the series ‘Consumption, Demand and Material Culture in Late Medieval Catalonia’ will focus on some of the archival sources that researchers can use in order to study these aspects in three different contexts: cities, a noble’s house and assistance institutions. The first speaker will present a case study: that of a post-mortem inventory of a Catalan low noble. The second speaker will tell us about the sources that detail the properties of those who were assisted by the Hospital of the Holy Cross of Barcelona.