6 edition of Communities in Early Modern England found in the catalog.
March 14, 2001
by Manchester University Press
|Contributions||Alexandra Shepard (Editor), Phil Withington (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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The third collection of essays by the Irish in Europe Project, this book explores the emergence of Irish communities across Europe from Sweden to the southerly tip of Spain. Topics include Irish entrepreneurs in Sweden's industrialization; Irish merchant dynasties in Ostend and Seville; the material culture of Irish emigre families in 18th-century France; rivalry within communities of . Lecture 4 - Communities: Key Institutions and Relationships Overview. Professor Wrightson begins by discussing how modern perceptions of the “traditional” community have informed the manner in which the early modern social landscape is discussed. From here he moves on to address the lived reality of community and social bonds in the period.
Among very recent local studies which include material and observations on the rural middling sort (and which appeared, or of which I became aware, after completing a draft of this article) see especially the essays collected in Griffiths, Paul, Fox, Adam and Hindle, Steve (eds.), The Experience of Authority in Early Modern England (New York Cited by: 9. Recusants, Daughters, and Sisters in Christ: English Nuns and their Communities in the Seventeenth Century Claire Walker Social networks 5. øCharity is worth it when it looks that goodø: Rural Women and Bequests of Clothing in Early Modern England Dolly MacKinnon 6.
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This volume attempts to rediscover the richness of community in the early modern world - Communities in Early Modern England book bringing together a range of fascinating material on the wealth of interactions that operated in the public sphere.
Divided into three parts the book looks at: the importance of place - ranging from the Parish, to communities of crime, to the place of political culture, Community and Networks 2/5(1). 1st Edition Published on February 8, by Routledge Professor Palliser focuses here on towns in England in the centuries between the Norman Conquest and the Towns and Local Communities in Medieval and Early Modern England - 1st.
Explores the many ways in which people utilised communication, space, and symbols to constitute communities in early modern England. Highly interdisciplinary - incorporating literary material, history, religion, medical, political and cultural histories together, will be of interest to specialists, students and anyone concerned with the meaning.
Buy Communities in Early Modern England: Networks, Place, Rhetoric (Politics, Culture and Society in Early Modern Britain) by Shepard, Alexandra, Withington, Phil (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Format: Paperback. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Reconstructing manuscript networks: the textual transactions of Sir Stephen Powle / Jason Scott-Warren --Defensive tactics: networking by female medical practitioners in early modern London / Margaret Pelling --William Blundell and.
Explores the many ways in which people utilised communication, space, and symbols to constitute communities in early modern England. Highly interdisciplinary - incorporating literary material, history, religion, medical, political and cultural histories together, will be of interest to specialists, students and anyone concerned with the meaning Format: Paperback.
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Part 2 Domestic Polities: 'In myn own house': the troubled connections between servant marriages, late-medieval English household communities, and early modern historiography, Philippa Maddern; Recusants, daughters, and sisters in Christ: English nuns and their communities in the 17th century, Claire Walker.
Food, Religion and Communities in Early Modern Europe is part of the Cultures of Early Modern Europe series at Bloomsbury, a press that has led the way in recent food history publications, with its six-volume Cultural History of Food (), Paul Lloyd’s Food and Identity in England, Eating to Impress (), and Sara Pennell’s.
Phil Withington is the author of Communities in Early Modern England ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Cultures of Intoxication (4 /5(6). Few studies have explored the cultural process whereby religious symbolism created social cohesion and political allegiance.
This book examines religious conflict in the parish communities of early modern England using an interdisciplinary approach that includes the perspectives of class, gender, and demography. In this magisterial study, Peter Burke explores the social and cultural history of the languages spoken or written in Europe between the invention of printing and the French Revolution, arguing that, from a linguistic point of view, to should be regarded as a distinct period.
One major theme of the book is the relation between languages and communities (regions. Early Modern Women and Transnational Communities of Letters (Women and Gender in the Early Modern World) View larger image.
By: Diana Robin and Anne R. Larsen and Julie D. Campbell and Margaret J. Ezell. ranging from Italy and France to the Low Countries and England. Individual essays investigate women in diverse social classes and life.
Despite differing local contexts, the volume highlights continuities in women's experiences and the gendering of power relations across the early modern world.
Recognizing the critical power of gender to structure identities and experiences, this collection responds to the challenge of the complexity of early modern women's by: 9. Explores the many ways in which people utilised communication, space, and symbols to constitute communities in early modern England.
Highly interdisciplinary - incorporating literary material, history, religion, medical, political and cultural histories together, will be of interest to specialists, students and anyone concerned with the meaning Pages: Early Modern England, book.
Read 15 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Early Modern England is the first new survey of the /5. It is important reading for anyone interested in early modern English familie and is an essential addition to university and college libraries." -Michelle White, The Historian Book Description.
This text was the first volume in recent years to provide an overview and assessment of the most important research that has been published on the Format: Paperback.
Food, Religion and Communities in Early Modern Europe employs three key case studies in Castile, Zurich and Shetland to explore what food can reveal about the wider social and cultural history of early modern communities undergoing religious upheaval.
Issues of identity, gender, cultural symbolism and community relations are analysed in a. Cities and Solidarities charts the ways in which the study of individuals and places can revitalise our understanding of urban communities as dynamic interconnections of solidarities in medieval and early modern Europe.
This volume sheds new light on the socio-economic conditions, the formal and informal institutions, and the strategies of individual town dwellers Cited by: 1. Early modern Britain is the history of the island of Great Britain roughly corresponding to the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries.
Major historical events in Early Modern British history include numerous wars, especially with France, along with the English Renaissance, the English Reformation and Scottish Reformation, the English Civil War, the Restoration of Charles II, the Glorious.
There has, in recent years, been a proliferation of work on popular culture in early modern England. Barry Reay’s Popular Cultures in England (London and New York: Longman Pp. ix + ) is a perceptive and engaging synthesis, rooted in a thorough knowledge of recent work.This book examines religious conflict in the parish communities of early modern England using an interdisciplinary approach that includes all these perspectives.
Daniel Beaver studies the urban parish of Tewkesbury and six rural parishes in its hinterland over a period of one hundred years, drawing on local ecclesiastical court records, sermons.Economic Lives in Early Modern Britain (); Poverty & Piety in an English Village: Terling (with David Levine, ); The Making of an Industrial Society: Whickham, (with David Levine, ), and many essays on the social, economic, and cultural history of early modern England.