‘Accidental Death in Sixteenth-Century England: Landscape and Industry’

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Suggested preparatory reading:
Joan Thirsk, ‘The farming regions of England’, in The Agrarian History of England and Wales: 1500-1640, ed Joan Thirsk (1967); Craig Spence, ‘Accidentally killed by a cart: Workplace, hazard, and risk in late seventeenth century London’, European Review of History: Revue européenne d’histoire, 3 (1996), 9-26; Steven Gunn, ‘Archery practice in early Tudor England’, Past and Present, 209 (2010), 53-81