Cities Of Strangers
Making Lives In Medieval Europe
de Miri (Queen Mary University Of London) Rubin
Sobre o livro
Examining how 'strangers' - settling newcomers as well as settled ethnic and religious minorities - were treated in urban communities between 1000 and 1500, Cities of Strangers explores pathways to citizenship and arrangements for those unlikely to become citizens during a period of formative urban growth and its aftermath in medieval Europe.