Recommended course book for Pre-sessional English Online 2020 starting 27 July
Recommended course book for Pre-sessional English Online 2020 (starting 15 June)
This comparative study gathers together new research by local historians into aspects of welfare in Hertfordshire spanning four centuries.
This handbook is intended for students of mathematics as well as of subjects with a significant mathematics content such as engineering, physical sciences, economics, business studies and computer science.
Regional separation in the East Midlands.
Three Counties Asylum 1860-1999
Social change and urban culture in eighteenth-century Colchester.
Wiltshire in the later Middle Ages
This book examines the landscape archaeology of the Second World War on the section of the east coast of England known as the Suffolk Sandlings (the coastal strip from Lowestoft to Felixstowe), an area unusually rich in military archaeology.
A guide to the distinctive variations of academic dress worn today at the University of Hertfordshire
Printed in full colour, and with a fold-out parish map, the Historical Atlas is an essential tool for the local historian and anyone with an interest in this fascinating county.
This volume celebrates the close collaboration of professional archaeologists and highly skilled avocational groups that is a hallmark of archaeology in Hertfordshire.
Transformations in the rural landscape of post-medieval north-east England.
Käthe Buchler's Photographs of Germany in the Great War
George Locke's warm-hearted memoir of life in a very close-knit Gypsy community in the Black Country.
The study of the food supply of late-medieval conventual households sheds much light on the wider process of decline and eventual collapse of direct demesne management in particular, and feudalism in general, in the post-Black Death era.
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This book examines the relationship between a town and its region in the late medieval period. The population, wealth, trade and markets of Cambridge and its region are studied and the changes that took place over a century of economic and social transition are detailed.
This book focuses on the lives of working children in nineteenth-century Hertfordshire employed in agriculture, straw-plaiting, silk-throwing, paper and brickmaking and as chimney sweeps.
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