Agricultural History Review 62 (2014), 1

RHN 46/2014 | Publication


The material world of English peasants, 1200–1540: archaeological perspectives on rural economy and welfare
Christopher Dyer

pp. 1-22

The medieval origins of south Pennine farms: the case of Westmondhalgh Bierlow
David Hey

pp. 23-39

Boundaries and property rights: the transformation of a common-pool resource
Jesper Larsson

pp. 40-60

Fuel supply and agriculture in post-medieval England
Paul Warde and Tom Williamson

pp. 61-82

Warping and parliamentary enclosure: the example of north-west Lindsey, Lincolnshire
Thomas M. Smith

pp. 83-97

The origins of timber plantations in India
Brett M. Bennett

pp. 98-118

‘Back to the land’: Lady Warwick and the movement for women’s collegiate agricultural education
Donald L. Opitz
pp. 119-145

Joan Thirsk, FBA, 1922–2013
John Chartres; Jimmy Thirsk; Jane Robinson
pp. 146-154

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