Middling Culture is a major new Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded project that aims to transform our understanding of how reading, writing, and material culture fitted into the everyday lives of England’s “middling” people—neither the very rich nor the very poor—in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. These were the literate, urban households whose members engaged with a variety of cultural forms for work and beyond.
Join us to help uncover the untold histories of ordinary men and women from across early modern England.
A SELECTION OF OUR LATEST POSTS:
- Dress Hooks of the Middling Sort
- How to be a Goldsmith in Elizabethan Bristol
- Middling Culture Project Launch: The Middling Sort – Some Reflections…
- Interrogating ‘middling culture’: a workshop report
- Tudor Intergenerational Inequality
You can find out more about the project and its rationale in our opening blog series, HERE.
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