IMC 2002: Sessions

Session 1610: Geographical Perspectives on Medieval Urbanisation, II: The European Continent

Thursday 11 July 2002, 11.15-12.45

Organiser:David Nicholas, Department of History, Clemson University, South Carolina
Moderator/Chair:Sarah Rees Jones, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York
Paper 1610-aRegions in Late Medieval History: A Comparison
(Language: English)
Trevor Dean, School of Humanities & Cultural Studies, University of Surrey, Roehampton
Index terms: Economics - Urban, Geography and Settlement Studies, Social History
Paper 1610-bThe Socio-Topographic History of an Urban District: The Area of St Michael's Church in Ghent, 1480-1520
(Language: English)
Laurence Derycke, Vakgroep Middeleeuwse Geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent
Index terms: Economics - Urban, Geography and Settlement Studies, Social History
Paper 1610-cGateway, Central Place, Rank-Size: The Relevance of Geographical Systems Theories for the Study of Medieval Urbanisation
(Language: English)
David Nicholas, Department of History, Clemson University, South Carolina
Index terms: Economics - Urban, Geography and Settlement Studies, Social History