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  1. The Oxford Illustrated History of Medieval England (Oxford Illustrated Histories)
  2. 'Of Good and Ill Repute': Gender and Social Control in Medieval England by Barbara A. Hanawalt, 1998-02-12
  3. Wessex to Ad 1000 (A Regional History of England) by Barry Cunliffe, 1993-03
  4. Pleasures and Pastimes in Medieval England (Sutton Illustrated History Paperbacks) by Compton Reeves, 1997-12
  5. Common Women: Prostitution and Sexuality in Medieval England (Studies in the History of Sexuality) by Ruth Mazo Karras, 1998-04-23
  6. Ancient and Medieval England Beginnings to 1509 (Harbrace History of England Part 1) (Pt. 1) by J. R. Lander, 1973-06
  7. Medieval England: A Social History and Archaeology from the Conquest to 1600 AD
  8. Everyday Life in Medieval England by Christopher Dyer, 2003-02-05
  9. Death and the Noble Body in Medieval England by Danielle Westerhof, 2008-10-16
  10. Death of Kings: Royal Deaths in Medieval England by Michael Evans, 2007-01-01
  11. Medieval England: Hastings to Bosworth by Edmund King, 2009-07-01
  12. Food and Feast in Medieval England (Illustrated History Paperbacks) by P. W. Hammond, 1993-06
  13. The Nobility of Later Medieval England (Ford Lectures) by K. B. McFarlane, 1981-06-04
  14. Secretaries of God: Women Prophets in Late Medieval and Early Modern England (Library of Medieval Women) by Diane Watt, 2001-05-03

1. School Of History
School of history MA / Postgraduate Diploma British history PG Dip F/T Normally a good degree in history or a related subject. of local and regional history, with particular reference to Yorkshire and the North of england. and develop research skills in medieval history by using primary source material,
School of History
MA / Postgraduate Diploma British History
Masters F/T P/T PG Dip F/T P/T Duration (months) Programme Code Total Credits Entry requirements Normally a good degree in History or a related subject. Objectives To develop knowledge and understanding of selected features of British history, defined from earliest times to the present day and conceived in terms of the broadest conceptual and methodological approaches. To develop research skills in British history by using primary source material in the preparation of a dissertation. Candidates for the MA and Postgraduate Diploma are required to take: Compulsory Module Research methodology in history 20M credits Semester 1 plus 60M credits chosen from the following modules. (not all of these modules may be offer every year. Please consult the module catalogue for those on offer in 2002/2003) The British Landscape and Society 40M credits Semester 1 and 2 The Age of Arthur: Part I: The History of Britain from AD 280 - 410 20M credits Semester 1 The Age of Arthur: Part II: The History of Britain from 410 to 650 20M credits Semester 2 40M credits Semester 1 and 2 The English Merchants 1250-1500 Part l 20M credits Semester 1 The English Merchants, 1250-1500 Part II

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  • 3. Research Institute For The Humanitites - History
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    Ecclesiastical History by the Venerable Bede
    Bede was an 8th century monk who wrote a classic history of Britain, most of which is available as a translated, public domain document.
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    6. MA In Local And Regional History
    local and regional history, with particular reference to Yorkshire and the North of england. To acquire HELMSLEY (North Yorks) early medieval market borough with castle, besieged
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    MA in Local and Regional History
    Entry Requirements : Normally a good degree in History or a related subject
    To develop knowledge and understanding of local and regional history, with particular reference to Yorkshire and the North of England. To acquire and develop technical and research skills necessary to produce high-level postgraduate research in local and regional history. d HELMSLEY (North Yorks): early medieval market borough with castle, besieged in the Civil War, transformed into a small country house, now surrounded by Georgian parkland.
    Course Programme
    Candidates for the MA are required to take 120 credits over the time of their course HIST5050 The History of Yorkshire 40M credits Semester 1 and 2 HIST5100 Sources and Methods of English Local History 40M credits Semester 1 and 2 along with a dissertation HIST5090 Local and Regional History Dissertation
    (15,000 Words + 2,000 words research exercise) 40M credits Semester 1 and 2
    Please Note : Not all optional modules will necessarily be on offer in any given year and/or are liable to change
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    8. Studies In Regional And Local History Published By University Of Hertfordshire P
    Studies in regional and Local history, Volume 1. a major contribution to the studyof agricultural productivity and farming profits in medieval england.
    a major new series under the general editorship of
    Professor Nigel Goose, Director of the Centre for Regional and Local History at the University of Hertfordshire. A Hertfordshire demesne of Westminster Abbey: profits, productivity and weather by Dr Derek Vincent Stern; edited and with an introduction by Christopher Thornton. Studies in Regional and Local History, Volume 1. Published posthumously this book makes a major contribution to the study of agricultural productivity and farming profits in medieval England. It utilises a rich series of manorial account rolls from Westminster Abbey's manor of Kinsbourne in Hertfordshire, to conduct an exhaustive exploration of the economic history of a medieval demesne. The sheer quantity of original agricultural information will make it a major resource of comparative material for medieval economic historians. The discussion of the long-term impact of the weather upon farming performance, as opposed to market forces or managerial policy, is virtually unique in its field and will stimulate all those interested in documentary evidence of past climatic change and its effects. Analysis of farming success at Kinsbourne is based upon a comparison of profitability between two periods, first the period 1286-1307 at the height of direct management, and second the period 1362-1397 which led up to an eventual decision to lease the Kinsbourne demesne. The contraction of the arable after the Black Death, and a vigorous administration resulted in considerably improved profits, an unexpected and interesting finding. The demesne's final demise is explained by the fall in prices after 1375 and difficulties in securing labour.

    9. Medieval Studies Bibliography
    General history. medieval history. Histories. General. regional. Religion and the Church The Oxford illustrated history of medieval england. Ed. Nigel Saul.
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    American Historical Association. Guide to historical literature . Ed. George Frederich Howe, et. al. New York: Macmillan, 1963.
    SML Stacks Z6201 A43 (LC)
    A general guide to history, all periods and countries. Medieval period, pp. 169-232. Has brief annotations.
    Updated by: The American Historical Association's guide to historical literature . Ed. Mary Beth Norton. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995. 2v.

    10. Nigel Goose Staff Page
    Economic history, and is Director of the University's Centre for regional and Localhistory. After some very early work on medieval england, Professor Goose pages/history/NGoose.htm
    History email: Phone: 01707 28 5637 Room No. M25 Professor Nigel Goose BA (Kent);
    PhD (Cambridge) Professor of Economic and Social History
    Nigel Goose is a graduate of the Universities of Kent (BA Hons) and Cambridge (PhD), and he has taught previously at the Universities of Sheffield, Exeter and the Open University. Having joined the University of Hertfordshire in 1984, he now holds the position of Professor of Social and Economic History, and is Director of the University's Centre for Regional and Local History After some very early work on Medieval England, Professor Goose specialised in English urban history in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, producing a thesis on economic and social aspects of provincial towns, and is now regarded as an authority in that field. He has served on the editorial board of the CUP journal Urban History , is now on the International Advisory Board for that journal, and adjudicates the prestigious Dyos Prize. He has also published in the general area of early modern population history, or historical demography, and has a particular interest in Dutch immigration. He is curently preparing, with Dr Lien Luu, a collection of essays entitled Immigrants in Tudor and Stuart England for publication by Sussex Academic Press in 2003, and a volume entitled "Alien Immigrants to England 1337-1750: a Documentary History" for the same publisher.

    11. Part-time Modules
    c. 18301859 HS 3306 Politics and Society in england, c. 1859 3332 The Home FrontBritain 1939-1945 II HS 3340 regional history Late medieval Church in
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    HS 1014 Late Medieval England 1272-1500 (B)

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    12. Regional History: The Provincial Aristocracy 1300-1500
    None Corequisites Another regional history or Social and will have used them towrite history. feudalism and 'political society' in late medieval england.
    Regional History: The Provincial Aristocracy 1300-1500 Module Code HS 3341 Credits : 15 Level 3 History Taught module Pre-requisites : None
    Co-requisites: Another regional history or Social History module Aims/Learning Outcomes
    (a) To study an area of history intensively through both primary and secondary sources.
    (b) To identify the primary sources for the area of study and any problems arising from that evidence, and to explore how such sources can be analysed and problems can be overcome.
    (c) To make the primary sources the basis of study and will have used them to write History.
    (d) To establish a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the Provincial Aristocracy 1300-1500. Description:
    The module begins with the debate currently raging about the McFarlane legacy and the nature of the bastard feudalism and 'political society' in late medieval England. Whilst concerned equally with all lords, whether peers or gentry, it looks initially at the nobility and their connections and at such sources as household estates and accounts, valor's and indentures of retainer, before moving on to recent country studies. The second half of the module is thematic and considers the contributions of such studies to the understanding of the structure of local society, inheritance, and family connections, local government, crime and religion. The module relies principally on published material from other regions but uses Wessex material where available. Assessment
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    13. History Staff Profile -- Peter Fleming
    CoDirector, of the regional history Centre and Modern Europe; The Theory and Practiceof history. Research Supervision Later medieval england Landed and Urban Fleming.shtml
    History Staff Profile Peter Fleming B.A., Ph.D. (Wales)
    Email: Peter is Deputy Head of the School of History and, with Madge Dresser, Co-Director, of the Regional History Centre and joint Secretary and General Editor of the Bristol Record Society [link to BRS website?]. He is a graduate of the University of Wales, where he obtained his PhD on the later medieval English gentry, in 1985, and joined Bristol Polytechnic – UWE’s forerunner – soon after. Since moving to Bristol he has developed a strong interest in the history of the city and its region.
    Research Interests Peter's research interests all lie in the field of later medieval English history, and cover:
    • Landed and Urban Elites Political Culture Gender Relations
    Teaching Interests
    • North-West Europe in the Later Middle Ages: social, political and cultural history Urban History – particularly the Town and County of Bristol, 1373-1542 The Wars of the Roses Gender Early-Modern Europe The Theory and Practice of History
    Research Supervision
    • Later Medieval England: Landed and Urban Elites and Society Urban History Gender Political Culture
    Publications As well as numerous articles and chapters in edited collections, Peter has published the following:

    14. ORB Bibliographies: Later Medieval England
    Hull University of Hull, Studies in regional and Local history Kirby, JL HenryIV of england. Tyranny of Richard III. Journal of medieval history, III (1977
    Late Medieval England
    Suggested Reading List
    A. Compton Reeves, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
    Economic Affairs
    • Bean, J.M.W.: The Estates of the Percy Family, 1416-1537. London: Oxford University Press, 1958.
    • English Medieval Industries: Craftsmen, Techniques, Products. London: Hambledon, 1991.
    • Bonney, Margaret: Lordship and the Urban Community: Durham and its Overlords, 1250-1540. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990.
    • Booth, P.H.W.: The Financial Administration of the Lordship and County of Chester, 1272-1377. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1982.
    • Bridbury, A.R.: England and the Salt Trade in the Later Middle Ages. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1955.
    • Bridbury, A.R.: Medieval English Clothmaking. London: Heinemann, 1982.
    • Campbell, Bruce M.S. (Ed.): Before the Black Death: Studies in the "Crisis" of the Early Fourteenth Century. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1991.
    • Childs, Wendy R.: Anglo-Castilian Trade in the Later Middle Ages. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1978.
    • Childs, Wendy R.:

    15. Faculty Of Humanities -- Project And Events
    Wales Women's history Network. LATER medieval BRISTOL COMMUNITY Experience in SouthWest england, 16881832 organised by the regional history Centre,University
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    16. Administration: Prestigious University Appointment [Medieval History]
    FRHS, FBA, as Professor of regional and Local he held a personal chair in medievalSocial history. into many aspects of medieval england, including agriculture
    Prestigious University Appointment [Medieval History]
    October 2001 No 149 A leading academic in the world of medieval history has been appointed to head a unique centre for the historical study of English regional landscapes and local societies. The University of Leicester has appointed Professor Christopher C Dyer, BA, PhD, FSA, FRHS, FBA, as Professor of Regional and Local History in the Centre for English Local History. Christopher Dyer came to Leicester on 1 September 2001 from the University of Birmingham, where he held a personal chair in Medieval Social History. Previously at the University of Edinburgh, one of his more notable students is now Chancellor of the Exchequer. Professor Dyer is acclaimed for his research into many aspects of medieval England, including agriculture, rural settlements, towns, commerce, money, material culture and mentality, and has published numerous articles and papers in journals and edited volumes of essays in this country and overseas. His books include a survey of medieval Standards of Living, a volume of collected essays under the title Everyday Life in Medieval England and an overview of the economy and society of Britain between 850 and 1520

    17. United Kingdom -- Regional, Local And Family History Documents
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    Life of the Industrial Worker in 19th-Century England
    A collection of contemporary materials.
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    A searchable library of 370,000 listed buildings in England.
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    18. Staff
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