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PART II – Long Term Impact of the Black Death



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PART II – Long Term Impact of the Black Death
Week 11 (April 7th) – The Black Death and England

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Musson, Anthony. “New labour laws, new remedies? Legal reaction to the Black Death ‘crisis’” in Fourteenth Century England ed. Nigel Saul (Suffolk, 2000) 73-88
Week 12 (April 14th) – Impact of the Epidemic I

Bardsley, Sandy. “Women’s Work Reconsidered: Gender and Wage Differentiation in Late Medieval England” in Past and Present 165 (1999) 3-29

Courtenay, William J. “The Effects of the Black Death on English Higher Education” in Speculum 55 (1980) 696-714

Dohar, William. “’Since the Pestilence Time’: Pastoral Care in the Later Middle Ages” in A History of Pastoral Care ed. G.R. Evans (London, 2000) 169-200

Hanawalt, Barbara. “Reading the Lives of the Illiterate: London’s Poor” in Speculum 80 (2005) 1067-1086

Harper-Bill, Christopher. “The English church and English religion after the Black Death” in The Black Death in England ed. W. Mark Ormrod & P.G. Lindley (Stamford, 1996) 79-123

Hatcher, John. “Women’s Work Reconsidered: Gender and Wage Differentiation in Late Medieval England” in Past and Present 173 (2001) 191-198



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