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G. Demographic Changes in Continental Western Europe: Italy, France, Spain, and the Low Countries



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G. Demographic Changes in Continental Western Europe: Italy, France, Spain, and the Low Countries
1. Ferdinand Lot, ‘L'état des paroisses et des feux en 1328’, Bibliothèque de l'Ecole des Chartes, 90 (1929), 51-107, 256-315.
2. Marc Bloch, ‘La population de la France au XIVe siècle: comment la connaître?' Annales d'histoire économique et sociale, 3 (1931).
** 3. Marc Bloch, Les caractères originaux de l'histoire rurale française, 2 vols. Oslo, 1931; new edition, with supplementary notes, 1931-44, Librairie Armand Colin, Paris, 1961-64.) Translated by J. Sondheimer, as French Rural History: An Essay on its Basic Characteristics (Berkeley, 1966). See in particular, Part IV, pp. 102-49 (in the English edn.).
4. F.L. Ganshof, Étude sur le developpement des villes entre Loire et Rhin au moyen âge (Paris, 1943).
* 5. Edouard Perroy, ‘A l'origine d'une économie contractée: les crises du XIVe siècle’, Annales: E.S.C., 4 (1949), 167-82. Republished in translation as ‘At the Origin of a Contracted Economy: The Crises of the 14th Century’, in Rondo Cameron, ed., Essays in French Economic History (Homewood, Ill., 1970), pp. 91-105.
6. Carlo Cipolla, ‘Trends in Italian Economic History in the Later Middle Ages’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 2 (1949-50).
* 7. Hans Van Werveke, De Zwarte Dood in de zuidelijke Nederlanden, 1349-1351 (in Mededelingen van de koninklijke Vlaamse Academie voor wetenschappen, letteren, en schone kunsten van België, Klasse der Letteren, Vol. XII. no. 3 (Brussels, 1950). Has a French summary.
8. Millard Meiss, Painting in Florence and Siena after the Black Death (New York, 1951).
9. P. Rogghe, ‘De Zwarte Dood in de zuidelijke Nederlanden’, Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire/Belgisch tijdschrift voor filologie en geschiedenis, 30 (1952), 834 - 37.
10. Charles Higounet, ‘Mouvements de population dans le Midi de la France du XIe au XVe siècles’, Annales: E.S.C., 8 (1953).
11. Edouard Perroy, ‘Wage Labour in France in the Later Middle Ages’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 8 (1955), reprinted in Sylvia Thrupp, ed., Change in Medieval Society: Europe North of the Alps, 1050-1500 (New York, 1964), pp. 237-48.
12. Guy Fourquin, ‘La population de la région parisienne aux environs de 1328’, Le moyen âge, 61 (1956), 63-91.
13. Philippe Dollinger, ‘La chiffre de population de Paris au XIVe siècle: 210,000 ou 80,000?' Revue historique, 216 (1956), 35-44.
14. Philippe Wolff, ‘Trois études de demographie médiévale en France méridionale’, in Studi in onore di Armando Sapori, 2 vols. (Milan: Istituto Editoriale Cisalpino, 1957), vol I, pp. 495-503.
15. Edouard Baratier, La démographie provençale du XIIIe au XVIe siècle (Paris, 1961).
16. J.C. Russell, ‘L'evolution démographique de Montpellier au moyen âge’, Annales du Midi, 74 (1962), 345-60.
* 17. Elisabeth Carpentier, ‘La peste noire: famines et épidemies au XIVe siècle’, Annales: E.S.C., 17 (1962), 1062-92.
18. Elisabeth Carpentier, Une ville devant la peste: Orvieto et la peste noire de 1348 (Paris: SEVPEN, 1962).
19. William Bowsky, ‘The Impact of the Black Death Upon Sienese Government and Society’, Speculum, 39 (1964), 1-34.
* 20. David Herlihy, ‘Population, Plague, and Social Change in Rural Pistoia, 1201-1430’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 17 (1965), 225-44.
** 21. David Herlihy, Medieval and Renaissance Pistoia, 1200-1430 (New Haven, 1967), chapter 3, ‘Population, Growth and Decline’, pp. 55 - 77; chapter 4, ‘Demographic Patterns, 1427’, pp. 78-101; chapter 5, ‘The Population Catastrophe: A Review of Causes’, pp. 102-21; and Appendix I, pp. 271-82.
22. Richard W. Emery, ‘The Black Death of 1348 in Perpignan’, Speculum, 42 (1967), 611-23.
23. John Bell Henneman, ‘The Black Death and Royal Taxation in France, 1347-51’, Speculum, 43 (1968).
24. H. Neveaux, ‘La mortalité des pauvres à Cambrai, 1377-1473’, Annales démographies historiques (1968).
* 25. Norman J.G. Pounds, ‘Overpopulation in France and the Low Countries in the Late Middle Ages’, Journal of Social History, 3 (1969-70), 225-47.
26. Elizabeth Brown, ‘Taxation and Mortality in Thirteenth- and Fourteenth-Century France’, French Historical Studies (1973).
** 27. J.N. Biraben, Les hommes et la peste en France et dans les pays européens et méditerranées, 2 vols. (Paris and The Hague, 1975-76). A very important study, which provides a very different view about the medieval dissemination of bubonic plagues.
28. Georges Despy, ‘La ‘Grande Peste Noire de 1348': a-t-elle touché le roman pays de Brabant?’ Centenaire du seminaire d'histoire médiévale de l'Université Libre de Bruxelles, 1876-1976, ed. Georges Despy (Brussels, 1977), pp. 195-217. In the PIMS Library, St. Michael's College Library.
* 29. David Herlihy and Christiane Klapisch-Zuber, Tuscans and Their Families: A Study of the Florentine Catasto of 1427 (New Haven and London, 1985), chapter 3, ‘Population Movements, 1300 - 1550’, pp. 60 - 92; and chapter 9, ‘Death’, pp. 257 - 79. This book is a condensation and translation of the authors’ Les Toscans et leurs familles: Une étude du Catasto florentin de 1427 (Paris, 1978).
* 30. Willem Blockmans, ‘The Social and Economic Effects of Plague in the Low Countries, 1349-1500’, Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire, 58 (1980), 833-63. Critique of Van Werveke.
* 31. Walter Prevenier, ‘La démographie des villes du comté de Flandre aux XIVe et XVe siècles: État de la question. Essai d'interpretation’, Revue du Nord, 65 (1983), 255-75.
32. Donald Wellington, ‘The Mark of the Plague’, Revista internazionale di scienze economiche e commercial, 37 (1990), 673-84.
33. Samuel K. Cohn, Jr., The Cult of Remembrance and the Black Death: Six Renaissance Cities in Central Italy (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992).
34. Pierre Dubois, Le jeu de la vie et de la mort: La population du Valais, XIVe-XVIe siècles, Cahiers Luasannois d’histoire médiévale no. 13 (Lausanne: Université de Lausanne, 1994).
35. M.V. Amasuno Sarraga, La peste en la Corona de Castilla durante la segunda mitad del siglo XIV (Junta de Castilla y Leon, Consejeria de Educacion y Cultura, 1996).
36. Elisabeth Carpentier and Michel Le Mené, La France du XIe au XV siècle: population, société, économie, Collection Thémis (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1996).
37. Rebecca Jean Emigh, ‘Traces of Certainty: Recording Death and Taxes in Fifteenth-Century Tuscany’, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 30:2 (Autumn 1999), 181-98.
38. Maarten Bosker, Steven Brakman, Harry Gerretsen, Herman De Jong, and Marc Schramm, ‘Ports, Plagues, and Politics: Explaining Italian City Growth, 1300 - 1861’, European Review of Economic History, 12:1 (April 2008), 97-131.
39. Shona Kelly Wray, Communities and Crisis: Bologna during the Black Death, The Medieval Mediterranean: Peoples, Economies, and Cultures, 400 - 1500, vol. 83 (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2009).




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