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England’s Immigrants 1330-1550: Resident Aliens in the Later Middle Ages

England’s Immigrants 1330-1550: Resident Aliens in the Later Middle Ages


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England’s Immigrants 1330-1550: Resident Aliens in the Later Middle Ages

Lecture by Bart Lambert

Paper given at Medieval and Early Modern Records Seminar held in Leeds, on August 2, 2014

Project Overview:

  • Funded by AHRC
  • March 2012 – February 2015
  • Partnership between the University of York, The National Archives and the National Humanites Reseach Institute, Sheffield
  • Core aim of project – to explore the resident alien population of England, 1350-1550

Research Questions

  • People: who, where, when and how?
  • Rules: central and local definitions, regulations and policy-making?
  • Work: role in economy?
  • Culture: integration or ‘ghetto-isation’ in host society?

See also Immigrants made up 1% of the population in Medieval England, researchers find


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