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  1. Week 2: 3 items
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  2. Week 3: IMMEDIATE CONSEQUENCES 4 items
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  3. Week 4: WHY HAS GOD FORSAKEN US: THE PLAGUE AND RELIGION 4 items
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  4. Week 5: FOUL AND CORRUPTED AIR: SCIENTIFIC AND MEDICAL EXPLANATIONS OF THE PLAGUE 5 items
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  5. Week 6: MORTALITY 4 items
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    1. Monastic Mortality: Durham Priory, 1395-1529 - John Hatcher, A. J. Piper and David Stone 2006

      Article 

  6. Week 7: LATER MEDIEVAL PEASANTS 4 items
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  7. Week 8: VILLAGE, FAMILY AND HOUSEHOLD 10 items
    1. The medieval peasant house in Midland England - N. W. Alcock, D. W. H. Miles 2014

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  8. Week 9: SERFDOM IN THE LATER FOURTEENTH CENTURY 4 items
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    1. The decline of serfdom in late medieval England: from bondage to freedom - Mark Bailey 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book  A brilliant study. Read the whole book!

    2. Medieval England: rural society and economic change, 1086-1348 - Edward Miller, John Hatcher 1978 (electronic resource)

      Book  an accessible guide to serfdom in the high middle ages

  9. Week 10: CRIME, VIOLENCE AND (UNNATURAL) DEATH: THE MEDIEVAL CORONER 4 items
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    1. Select cases from the coroners' rolls, A.D. 1265-1413: with a brief account of the history of the office of coroner - Charles Gross, Selden Society 1896

      Book  see also a selection of the cases presented in the text

  10. Week 11: LATER MEDIEVAL MERCHANTS 3 items
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    1. The merchant class of medieval London, 1300-1500 - Sylvia L. Thrupp 1948

      Book  a classic

  11. Week 12: MERCHANT LIFE AND CULTURE 6 items
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  12. Week 13: MERCHANT GUILDS TO RELIGIOUS FRATERNITIES 4 items
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  13. Week 14: ANTI-MERCANTILISM? 5 items
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  14. Week 15: THE GENTRY IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY: THE PASTONS 4 items
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    1. Britnell, R. H., 'The Pastons and their Norfolk', Agricultural History Review, 36 (1988), 132-44 Could this be scanned 

  15. Week 16: SHEEP EAT MEN: GENTRY CAPITALISTS AND YEOMAN ENTREPRENEURS 4 items
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  16. Week 17: WOMEN AND THE HOUSEHOLD 5 items
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    1. Chapter 2, The mould for medieval women, from: Women in medieval life. - Margaret Wade Labarge 1986

      Chapter  a useful, general introduction to women’s place in medieval society

  17. Week 18: WOMEN IN THE FIELDS 4 items
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    1. Penn, S., 'Female Wage-Earners in Late Fourteenth-Century England', Agricultural History Review, 35 (1987), 1-14 Could this be scanned

  18. Week 19: WOMEN AND TRADE 7 items
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    1. Chapter 8, Women's participation in the skilled crafts, from: Working women in English society, 1300-1620 - M.K. McIntosh 2005

      Chapter  Pages 210 - 233

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