Famine, Disease and the Social Order in Early Modern Society

Famine, Disease and the Social Order in Early Modern Society

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An examination of the complex interrelationships among past demographic, social, and economic structures demonstrates how the impact of hunger and disease can enhance the exploration of early modern society.a#39;English workersa#39; living standards during the industrial revolution: a new looka#39;, Department of Economics, University of California, ... London, 1661 Livi-Bacci, M. Population and Nutrition: Antagonism and Adaptation, Cambridge, 1989 Lodge, E. (ed.). ... Clergyman: An Essay in Historical Anthropology, Cambridge, 1970 The Origins of English Individualism: the Family, ... 179-243 Manley, G. a#39;Central England temperatures: monthly means 1659-1973a#39;, Quarterly Journal of the Royalanbsp;...


Title:Famine, Disease and the Social Order in Early Modern Society
Author:John Walter, Roger Schofield
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 1991-04-26
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