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- University of Calgary
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- Medieval France, Marseille, Black Death, labour, spirituality, gender, children, testaments
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- About Me
I am a professor of history (emerita) at the University of Calgary.
For 35 years, I have studied medieval France from Marseille’s oldest archival series, with a interest on labour, family and religious history. My current research focuses on testamentary practice in the late Middle Ages, with a special emphasis on female spirituality.
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Earning Dignity. Labour Conditions and Relations during the Century of the Black Death in Marseille, Turnhout: Brepols, 2016, xiii, 236 p.
“Wills and Testaments”, in Death in Medieval Europe. Death Scripted and Death Choreographed, ed. Joëlle Rollo-Koster, New York: Routledge, 2016, pp. 114-129.
“Marc Bloch”, in French Historians, 1900-2000: New Historical Writing in Twentieth-Century France, eds. Philip Whalen and Philip Daileader: Chichester (UK): Wiley-Blackwell, 2010, p. 38-61.
“Wills of Pilgrims”, Encyclopedia of Medieval Pilgrimage, ed. Larissa J. Taylor et alii, Leiden: Brill, 2010, 822-825.
“Le pauvre transformé: les hommes, les femmes et la charité à Marseille du XIIIe siècle jusqu’à la Peste noire”, Revue historique, CCCXI-2 (2009), p. 243-290.
“From Apprentices to Wage-Earners: Child Labour before and after the Black Death,” in Medieval Childhood, ed. Joel Rosenthal, Donington (Lincolnshire, U.K.): Shaun Tyas / Paul Watkins Publishing, 2007, p. 75-92.
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- Economic History, Family, Gender, Law, Religion, Women