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Alien Immigrants to England 1337-1750

A Documentary History

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There is a wealth of documentary material available, both published and unpublished, that reflects the existence and experiences of immigrant communities in late Medieval and early modern England. The great majority of the published material is, however, difficult to access, while the unpublished material is widely scattered among national and local record repositories. This volume presents the first full collection of documentary evidence relating to immigrants to England ever to be published, and as such will provide scholars and students with an invaluable resource. The present volume is the first of a proposed three-volume series, which will take alien immigration up to the present day, commences with the first concerted attempts to attract foreign immigrants made in the reign of Edward III, and closes at the end of the early modern period (c.1750), coinciding with a period that has been widely regarded as a crucial one in the forging of a new sense of national identity. Topics covered include the foundations of immigrant communities, legal and economic status, wealth and poverty, economic and cultural impacts, popular and elite reactions, assimilation, the stranger churches and their discipline, and international connections. Each chapter is introduced by a scholarly appraisal of the value and implications of the documents that it includes.

Author Biography

Nigel Goose is a leading scholar in the fields of early modern English urban history and historical demography, and has published extensively on these topics over the past 20 years. He is currently Professor of Social & Economic History and Director of the Centre for Regional and Local History at the University of Hertfordshire. Lien Bich Luu is a specialist in the history of immigration to England in the early modern period. She has written extensively for academic journals. She is lecturer in history at the University of Hertfordshire.
Release date Australia
January 1st, 2010
Contributors
Edited by Lien Bich Luu Edited by Nigel Goose
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Sussex Academic Press
Pages
96
ISBN-13
9781903900512
Product ID
3203804

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