Session1612
TitleNew Perspectives on Rural Settlement, II: Other Views on Settlements and Landscapes
Date/TimeThursday 6 July 2017: 11.15-12.45
 
SponsorMedieval Settlement Research Group
 
OrganiserDuncan Berryman, Centre for Community Archaeology, Queen's University Belfast
 
Moderator/ChairDuncan Berryman, Centre for Community Archaeology, Queen's University Belfast
 
Paper 1612-a Spatial Practice and the Construction of the 'Other': The Implications for Understanding the Origin and Dissolution of Common Property Regimes in Medieval England
(Language: English)
Ben Morton, School of History, Classics & Archaeology, Newcastle University
Index Terms: Archaeology - General; Geography and Settlement Studies
Paper 1612-b Mapping Christian Debtors and Jewish Creditors in the Medieval English Landscape
(Language: English)
Dean A. Irwin, Independent Scholar, Warrington
Index Terms: Geography and Settlement Studies; Hebrew and Jewish Studies; Social History
Paper 1612-c Crisis, Migration, and Marginality: New Evidence for the Impact of the 14th-Century Demographic Crisis on Rural Settlements
(Language: English)
Carenza Lewis, School of History & Heritage, University of Lincoln
Index Terms: Archaeology - General; Geography and Settlement Studies
 
AbstractBeresford, Hurst, Roberts, and Wrathmell (amongst others) set the agenda for village research, in many ways fixing how we view settlement morphology. Since these seminal projects much research has been carried out into settlements on the periphery of areas and beyond England. This session brings together recent research taking alternative approaches to thinking about how we view medieval settlements.