3 edition of Political culture in late medieval Britain found in the catalog.
Political culture in late medieval Britain
|Statement||edited by Linda Clark and Christine Carpenter.|
|Series||The fifteenth century -- 4, Fifteenth century -- v. 4.|
|Contributions||Clark, Linda, 1946-, Carpenter, Christine.|
|LC Classifications||JA75.7 .P64 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||202 p. :|
|Number of Pages||202|
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The concept of "political culture" has become very fashionable in the last thirty years, but only recently has it been consciously taken up by practitioners of late-medieval English history, who have argued for the need to acknowledge the role of ideas in politics.
While this work has focused on elite political culture, interest in the subject has been growing among historians of towns and. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Selected conference papers.
Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Political culture, politics and cultural history / Christine Carpenter --Remembering Richard: history and memory in Lancastrian England / Simon Walker --Early Plantagenet history through late medieval eyes / Maurice Keen --Common law, counsel.
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Miri Rubin offers some ruminations on ‘religious symbols and political culture’. Caroline Barron contributes a very interesting piece on the political culture of medieval London, not least for her identification of John Carpenter, common clerk –38, as one of the key individuals who made and shaped the city's political : RW Hoyle.
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Monarchy, State and Political Culture in Late Medieval England July 2 colour, 10 black and white illustrations pages x cm Political Culture in the Middle Ages York Medieval Press. Essays in this fascinating and important collection examine the lifestyles and attitudes of the gentry in late medieval England.
They consider the emergence of the gentry as a group distinct from the nobility, and explore the various available routes to gentility. Through surveys of the gentry's military background, administrative and political roles, social behaviour, and education, the.
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Mark Ormrod, reflecting the vibrancy and range of his scholarship on the structures, personalities and culture of ruling late medieval England. This volume, the product of a conference on political culture in the late middle ages, explores the subject from a variety of perspectives and in a variety of spheres.
It is hoped that it will put the subject firmly on the map for the study of late-medieval England and lead to further exploration of political culture in this period.
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