7 edition of Living and dying in England, 1100-1540 found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Barbara Harvey.|
|Series||The Ford lectures ;, 1989|
|LC Classifications||BX2595.W47 H37 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
|ISBN 10||0198204310, 0198201613|
|LC Control Number||92021141|
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Spence, Jonathan. A turning point in history? Learning Outcomes Students who complete this module successfully should: Have a general knowledge of the economy, landscape and religion of medieval England ; Have an introduction to the social and cultural history of charity, and a critical awareness of ideas such as poverty, disease, exclusion and community; Be familiar with a variety of sources for charity and popular religion in the high middle ages; Have acquired preliminary research skills in the navigation of printed primary sources and gained experience Living and dying in England the use of original source material making use of a handbook of texts in translation Teaching Programme This credit module is taught through a weekly two-hour seminar run from Weeks in the Spring Term and a four-week period of project work undertaken in Weeks of the Summer Term.
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Prizes are given annually for two or three exceptional works published during the year, with an occasional oeuvre prize (a general award for an individual's distinguished contribution to the writing of history).
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