Medieval Towns: Crafts and Guilds Analytical Essay by Calwriter

Medieval Towns: Crafts and Guilds
A review of an article by Gervase Rosser about the economic and work culture dynamics of medieval communities.
# 58976 | 2,373 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on May 27, 2005 in History (British) , English (Analysis) , History (European - 16th Century)

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This paper reviews Rosser's article about how medieval crafts and guilds functioned in a society in medieval England. The paper also talks about Rosser's effort to rebut many of the generalizations, myths, and factually incorrect views that are currently or previously held by scholars and historians of the medieval era.

The Emergence of Guilds and Their Impact on Workers and the Economy
The Rise of the Guilds in Social Power and Community Prominence
Were Guilds the Historical Framework for the Genesis and Evolution of Formal Organizations?
The Decline of the Crafts and Guilds
Weird Things about Medieval English Life and Times
Biographical Sketch of Gervase Rosser

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