This collection of essays forms an excellent festschrift for professor john hatcher whose eclectic range of research is displayed by the volumes division into three parts the first explores the medieval demographic system the second charts the changing relationship between lords and peasants and the third highlights the fortunes of trade and industry after the black death. This collection of essays about the effects of the black death on medieval european demography is the result of a congress held in honour of the retirement of professor john hatcher the essays take a quantitative history approach which uses statistical data collection and analysis tools to create a sort of primary source of . Bailey mark and rigby stephen 2011 town and countryside in the age of the black deathessays in honour of john hatcher brepols isbn 978 2 503 53517 3 full text not available from this repository request a copy abstract the arrival of the black death in england which killed around a half of the national population marks the beginning of one of the most fascinating controversial . The medieval countryside tmc 12 town and countryside in the age of the black death essays in honour of john hatcher m bailey s rigby eds most fascinating periods in english social and economic history and provides a worthy tribute to the pioneering work of john hatcher in this field. Mark bailey and stephen rigby eds town and countryside in the age of the black death essays in honour of john hatcher the medieval countryside 12 turnhout brepols 2011 pp xxxviii 473 58 bw figs eur110 isbn 9782503535173
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