The problem of women's work identities in post-Black Death England, Cordelia Beattie; work ethics in the 14th century, Christopher Dyer; "the Lord Geoffrey had me made" - lordship and labour in the Luttrell Psalter, Richard K. Emmerson, P.J.P. Goldberg; framing labour -the archaeology of York's medieval guildhalls, Kate Giles; the problem of labour in the context of English government, c.1350-1450;, Chris Given-Wilson; the voice of labour in 14th-century English literature, Stephen Knight; "Piers Plowman" and the problem of labour, Derek Pearsall; household, work and the problem of mobile labour - the regulation of labour in medieval English towns, Sarah Rees Jones.
Interesting and stimulating collection. effectively illustrated the worth of subjecting traditional historiographical themes to further scrutiny and to new methodological approaches. ECONOMIC HISTORY REVIEW