IMC 2019: Sessions

Session 233: Consumption, Demand, and Material Culture in Late Medieval Catalonia, II: Markets and Credit

Monday 1 July 2019, 14.15-15.45

Sponsor:Renda feudal i fiscalitat a la Catalunya baixmedieval (Refiscat), Universitat de Girona / Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid
Organiser:Aina Palarea Marimon, Department of History & Civilization, European University Institute, Firenze
Moderator/Chair:Luis Almenar Fernández, Departament d'història medieval, ciències i tècniques historiogràfiques, Universitat de València
Paper 233-aMarketplaces and the Sale of Products in Catalan Rural Towns: The Case of Amer in the Late 14th Century
(Language: English)
Alba Jennifer Pérez Álvarez, Facultat de Lletres, Universitat de Girona
Alba Jennifer Pérez Álvarez, Facultat de Lletres, Universitat de Girona
Index terms: Daily Life, Economics - General, Economics - Rural, Economics - Trade
Paper 233-b'Minus dampnosis': The Seizure of Peasants' Chattels in 14th-Century Catalonia
(Language: English)
Lluís Sales Favà, Faculty of Arts & Humanities, King's College London
Lluís Sales Favà, Faculty of Arts & Humanities, King's College London
Index terms: Daily Life, Economics - General, Economics - Rural, Economics - Urban
Abstract

The second session dedicated to ‘Consumption, Demand and Material Culture in Late Medieval Catalonia’ will look into the markets and the the circulation of moveable goods through different credit systems. The first speaker will describe how a market of a small rural town functioned and evolved. The final spokesperson will present another way through which commodities circulated, that is, the seizures of moveable goods.