- 13.00 -14.00 - Welcome and Lunch
- 14.00- 14.30 - Nancy Cox, University of Wolverhampton,
'Adulteration or Additive?: Extra ingredients in early modern food.'
- 14:30-15.00 - Ian Mitchell, University of Wolverhampton,
'Unlawful or just enterprising: the (in)effectiveness of trade regulation in some 18th century Cheshire towns'
- 15.00-15.30 - David J Cox, Keele University, 'Copper-bottomed cases for coppers to get to the bottom of - the plundering of the Adamant, Newhaven, Sussex, December 1815'
- 15.30-16.00 - Coffee
- 16.00-16.30 - Penelope Alfrey, Loughborough University, 'The Parrot in his (her) Shawl: The stealth of Identity, disguise and transformation and the Indian Shawl'
- 16.30-17.00 - Laura Ugolini, University of Wolverhampton, 'Military Uniforms and Illicit Consumption in Britain, 12914-1918'