Fifteenth Century XIV por Linda Clark

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Fifteenth Century XIV Linda Clark

Boydell & Brewer 2015
ISBN: 9781782045342
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Idioma: Español

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For four decades, Michael Hicks has been a figure central to the study of fifteenth-century England. His scholarly output is remarkable both for its sheer bulk and for the diversity of the fields it covers. This extraordinary breadth is reflected by the variety of subjects covered by the papers in the present volume, offered to Professor Hicks by friends, colleagues and former students to mark his retirement from the University of Winchester. Fifteenth-century royalty, nobility and gentry, long at the heart of his own work, naturally take centre stage, but his contribution to economic and regional history, both in the early part of his career as a research fellow at the Victoria County History and more recently as director of a succession of major research projects, is also reflected in the essays presented here. The individual contributions are populated by some of the major characters of Yorkist England, many of them made household names by Professor Hicks’s own writings – King Edward IV and his mistresses; the Neville earls of Warwick and Salisbury; the Stafford, Herbert, Percy, Tiptoft and de Vere earls of Devon, Pembroke, Northumberland, Worcester and Oxford – while the themes covered span the full panoply of medieval life: from treason to trade, warfare to widowhood and lordship to law enforcement. Equally broad is the papers’ geographical spread, covering regions from Catalonia to Normandy, from Hampshire to Yorkshire and from Worcestershire and the Welsh marches to East Anglia. Contributors: Anne Curry, Christopher Dyer, Peter Fleming, Ralph Griffiths, John Hare, Winifred Harwood, Matthew Holford, Hannes Kleineke, Gordon McKelvie, Mark Page, Simon Payling, A.J. Pollard, James Ross, Karen Stöber, Anne F. Sutton

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Dr. Linda M. Clark is passionate about women and what affects their lives. So much so that she earned her master’s and doctorate degrees in women’s studies from Trinity Theological Seminary in Indiana. While her research and projects played important roles in her life, it was the personal observations and conversations along the way that shaped her interest in women’s issues such as leadership. Her materials have been used in leadership courses while she herself has taught women principles for effective leadership. Linda and her husband, Jan, now call Indiana home.

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