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Guildhalls and social identity in late medieval and early modern York, c.1350-1630.

@inproceedings{Giles1999GuildhallsAS,
  title={Guildhalls and social identity in late medieval and early modern York, c.1350-1630.},
  author={Katherine Giles},
  year={1999}
}
This thesis explores the use of architecture and architectural space to structure particular levels of social identity in late medieval and early modern York. It focusses on the detailed case study of a specific group of medieval public buildings the guildhalls of York, c. 1350-1630, and is concerned with the ways in which the structuration of identity within these buildings was bound up with the reproduction of particular forms of religious ideology and political power. The study may be… Expand
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