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Appendix: Richard C. Hoffmann: Works Published, 1971–2008

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This appendix section of this book titled Ecologies and Economies in Medieval and Early Modern Europe presents the list of works published by Richard C. Hoffmann in the year 1971-2008. The chapters collected in the book represent as much in their formidable erudition as in their dazzling diversity the integrity and vibrancy of the field of premodern environmental history. The collection is organized into two thematic sections, both of which entertain long chronological views. The first, Premodern People and the Natural World, explores the complex relationships between human beings and the world in which they lived. Then, Maryanne Kowaleskis innovative study of the thriving fishing industries of medieval England, where the seasonal migrations of fish to their spawning grounds had a profound influence not only on the orchestration of regional markets but also on the lives of fishermen and their families.

Keywords: Early Modern Europe; ecologies; economies; medieval England



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