IAST welcomes the public to hear from some of the world’s most high-profile thinkers in behavioral economics, law and history as they investigate our ideas about judgment.
Suzannah Lipscomb from Roehampton University, will talk on 'Passing god's judgment: The reformed church and women in 16th century Languedoc', on Thursday December 7th at 6pm.
In partnerships with the CNRS Midi Pyrénées, Toulouse School of Economics.
The lecture will take place in the Cujas Amphitheater (anciennes facultés) of the Toulouse Capitole University, 2 rue des Puits Creusés.
Public lecture in English open to all!
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Protestant church courts in southern France sought to control women’s lives with an extremely strict moral code. Their records reveal more than just vivid tales of marital quarrels, illegitimate pregnancies, rape, fights and malicious gossip, says historian and TV presenter SUZANNAH LIPSCOMB. Ironically, they also highlight the courageous and vocal struggle of everyday women confronted by all the powers of 16th-century society, stacked up to pass God’s judgment upon them.