Spring 2008 his 640. 01 – The Black Death



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Week 4 (Feb 18th) – Religious and Popular Responses

Kieckhefer, Richard. “Radical Tendencies in the Flagellant Movement of the mid-Fourteenth Century” in Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 4 (1974) 157-176

Lerner, Robert. “The Black Death and Western European Eschatological Mentalities” in American Historical Review 86 (1981) 533-552

Reyerson, Kathryn. “Changes in Testamentary Practice at Montpellier on the Eve of the Black Death” in Church History 47 (1978) 253-269

Horrox, The Black Death, 111-157, 207-226
Week 5 (Feb 25th) – NO CLASS

Prepare Abstracts


Week 6 (Mar 3rd) – Medical Responses

Arrizabalaga, Jon. “Facing the Black Death: Perceptions and Reactions of University Medical Practitioners” in Practical Medicine from Salerno to the Black Death ed. Luis Garcia Ballester et al (Cambridge, 1994) 237-288

Henderson, John. “The Black Death in Florence: Medical and Communal Responses” in Death in Towns: Urban Responses to the Dying and the Dead, 100-1600 ed. Steven Bassett (Leicester, 1992) 136-150

Horrox, The Black Death, 158-206



ABSTRACTS DUE
Week 7 (Mar 10th) – NO CLASS

Individual Meetings with Professor to discuss abstracts.


Week 8 (Mar 17th) – Rethinking the Black Death

Cohn, The Black Death Transformed


Week 9 (Mar 24th) – NO CLASS

SPRING BREAK


Week 10 (Mar 31st) – NO CLASS

Cesar Chavez Day




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