Dowry and material culture in Venetian Crete

History

15June2018 13:00 - 14:00

PhD defence ceremony

In seventeenth-century Venetian Crete, marriage and dowry had profound socioeconomic and cultural dimensions. Tatiana Markaki focuses on the way people positioned themselves at their marraiage by means of dowry goods. She studies archival objects such as marriage contracts, including inventories of movables and groom's receipts.

T. Markaki: Objects and Identities: Dowry and Material Culture in Venetian Crete in Regional and European Context (1600-1645)

Supervisors

Prof. W. den Boer

Prof. H.C. Dibbits (EUR)

Co-supervisor

Dr A.F. van Gemert

Location

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Published by  University of Amsterdam