Using Concepts in Medieval History


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Part I1. ‘Tyrannous Constructs’ or Tools of The Trade? The Use and Abuse of Concepts in Medieval History - Jackson W. Armstrong, Peter Crooks, Andrea Ruddick2. Feudalism: Reflections on a Tyrannical Construct’s Fate, from Paradigm to Personae - E.A.R. Brown
Part II3. Colony - Peter Crooks4. Crisis - Carl Watkins5. Frontier - Jackson W. Armstrong6. Identity - Andrea Ruddick7. Magic - Sophie Page8. Networks - Eliza Hartrich9. Politics - Chris Fletcher
Part III10. Reflections on Using Concepts - John Watts

About the Author

Jackson W. Armstrong is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Aberdeen, UK. 

Peter Crooks is Senior Lecturer in Medieval History at Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, Ireland.

Andrea Ruddick is a History teacher at St Paul’s School, London, UK. She previously worked as a lecturer and research fellow at the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford.

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