The Later Medieval English Urban Household

@article{Jones2007TheLM,
  title={The Later Medieval English Urban Household},
  author={Sarah Rees Jones and Felicity J. Riddy and Cordelia Beattie and Charlotte Carpenter and Matthew Holford and Lara McClure and Sarah Williams and Jayne Rimmer and Jeremy Goldberg and Bethany Jane Hamblen and Isabel Davis and Rachel Moss and Wanchen Tai and Bronach C. Kane and Kate C. McLean},
  journal={History Compass},
  year={2007},
  volume={5},
  pages={112-158}
}
Home is one of the most emotive words in any language but our experience of being at home is historically and culturally specific. This article reviews a range of recent scholarship on the later medieval English urban household in the disciplines of History, Literary criticism and Archaeology. It has been composed collaboratively by the members of the York Medieval Household Research Group. After an introduction tracing the wider context in which all histories of domesticity are located, we… 
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