chispa1707 (chispa1707) wrote,

Отмена крепостного права в Исландии

В первый раз в Исландии отменили крепостное право в 1117 году,
на 744 года раньше лапотной России...

а второй раз - в 1894-м.

чота ржу )))

Вляпаю-ка я сюда перечень текстов, на основе которых создан раздел.
Статьи из Сети пропадают, увы.


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Further reading

  • Backman, Clifford R. The Worlds of Medieval Europe Oxford University Press, 2003.

  • Blum, Jerome. The End of the Old Order in Rural Europe (Princeton UP, 1978)

  • Coulborn, Rushton, ed. Feudalism in History. Princeton University Press, 1956.

  • Bonnassie, Pierre. From Slavery to Feudalism in South-Western Europe Cambridge University Press, 1991 excerpt and text search

  • Freedman, Paul, and Monique Bourin, eds. Forms of Servitude in Northern and Central Europe. Decline, Resistance and Expansion Brepols, 2005.

  • Frantzen, Allen J., and Douglas Moffat, eds. The World of Work: Servitude, Slavery and Labor in Medieval England. Glasgow: Cruithne P, 1994.

  • Gorshkov, Boris B. "Serfdom: Eastern Europe" in Peter N. Stearns, ed, Encyclopedia of European Social History: from 1352–2000 (2001) volume 2 pp 379–88

  • Hoch, Steven L. Serfdom and social control in Russia: Petrovskoe, a village in Tambov (1989)

  • Kahan, Arcadius. "Notes on Serfdom in Western and Eastern Europe," Journal of Economic History March 1973 33:86–99 in JSTOR

  • Kolchin, Peter. Unfree labor: American slavery and Russian serfdom (2009)

  • Moon, David. The abolition of serfdom in Russia 1762–1907 (Longman, 2001)

  • Scott, Tom, ed. The Peasantries of Europe (1998)

  • Vadey, Liana. "Serfdom: Western Europe" in Peter N. Stearns, ed, Encyclopedia of European Social History: from 1352–2000 (2001) volume 2 pp 369–78

  • White, Stephen D. Re-Thinking Kinship and Feudalism in Early Medieval Europe (2nd ed. Ashgate Variorum, 2000)

  • Wirtschafter, Elise Kimerling. Russia's age of serfdom 1649–1861 (2008)

  • Wright, William E. Serf, Seigneur, and Sovereign: Agrarian Reform in Eighteenth-century Bohemia (U of Minnesota Press, 1966).

  • Wunder, Heide. "Serfdom in later medieval and early modern Germany" in T. H. Aston et al., Social Relations and Ideas: Essays in Honour of R. H. Hilton (Cambridge UP, 1983), 249–72

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