16.30 – 17.20
Sunday 5th April
Most of the women who ever lived left no trace of their existence on the record of history. Sixteenth- and seventeenth-century women of the middling and lower levels of society left no letters or diaries in which they expressed what they felt or thought. In this fascinating talk, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb draws upon her magisterial study of French consistorial courts to reveal the everyday lives of ordinary women: their speech, behaviour, and attitudes relating to love, faith, and marriage, as well as friendship and sex.
Sunday and Weekend Pass holders will have access to this talk.