In this Issue
The Journal of Interdisciplinary History employs the methods and insights of multiple disciplines in the study of past times and to bring a historical perspective to those other disciplines. Each issue features substantive articles, research notes, review essays and book reviews that relate historical study to applied fields such as economics, demographics, politics, sociology and psychology.
published byThe MIT Press
viewing issueVolume 32, Number 4, Spring 2002
Table of Contents
- Space, Property, and Propriety in Urban England
- pp. 549-569
- Urban Identity in Medieval English Towns
- pp. 571-592
- Gender and the "Lost" Spaces of Catholicism
- pp. 641-665
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