The papers cover subjects from the living standards of the medieval peasantry to contemporary ideas on the redistribution of wealth. Alongside sessions which tackle the physical conditions of a life spent either in wealth or poverty, others focus on ideas and practice in relation to the alleviation and abolition of poverty.
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