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Material Culture and Consumer Society in Early Modern Europe
Credit Hours:
3 hours

Examines the origins of modern consumerism by looking at production and consumption in pre-industrial Europe. Treats the circulation, possession, and meaning of goods such as clothes, food, books, and objects of art. Themes include consumption as a sign of social status, popular and learned attitudes toward markets, and luxury.


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