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Studies presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson

Davies, James Conway

Studies presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson

by Davies, James Conway

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Published by Oxford University Press in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jenkinson, Hilary, -- Sir.,
  • Middle Ages.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- 1066-1687.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    StatementEdited by J. ConwayDavies.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCD31
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxx, 494 p., plates ;
    Number of Pages494
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20323583M
    LC Control Number57059275

    READERS AND COLLECTIONS OF ARTICLES. RECUEILS D'ÉTUDES ET D'ARTI­CLES. More than one language / en plusieurs langues. BUCCI, Oddo (ed.). K. B. McFarlane, "William Worcester: a preliminary survey" in J. C. Davies, ed., Studies presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson () pp. –; reimpr. in K. B. McFarlane, England in the fifteenth century: collected essays () pp. – unde citamus (Paginae selectae apud Google Books).

    It was prepared originally for a book Archival Truths and Historical Consequences (Afrikaans-speakers are usually comfortable readers of Dutch), the English archivist Sir Hilary Jenkinson ‘“Living by fluidity”: oral histories, material custodies and the politics of preservation’, paper presented at Cited by: *Davies, J. Conway, ed., Studies Presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson () /DS *Duchein, Michel, “The History of European Archives and the Development of the European Archival Profession,” AA, 55 (Win ), Galbraith, Vivian H., Studies in the Public Records (), 56 88 /G

    publication; and Selected Writings of Sir Hilary Jenkinson, published after his death (). Additionally, and as a mark of the high regard in which he was held, there were Studies Presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson (), and a later festschrift, Essays in Memory of Sir Hilary Jenkinson (). But what of the man himself? What was he really. [ Book: ] At 3 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 52,) The baronial opposition to Edward II: its character and policy; a study in administrative history Studies presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson Davies, J. Conway (James Conway), [ Book: ] View online (access conditions).


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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Studies presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson by Davies, James Conway,Oxford University Press edition, in EnglishPages: For some of the scholarship on it see G.

Owst, “Sortilegium in the English Homiletic Literature of the Fourteenth Century,” in Studies Presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson, ed, J.

Conway Davies (London: Oxford University Press, ) and Catherine Rider, Magic and Religion in. James Conway Davies (–) was a Welsh historian and palaeographer.

Born in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, he was educated at the University College of Wales in Aberystwyth and Cardiff, and Emmanuel College, at Cambridge, he was Secretary of Cambridge University Liberal Club from –16, and as the society wound down in for the remainder of World War I, he held Authority control: BIBSYS:BNF:.

This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Taylor, Miles Studies Presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson (Oxford, ), – Robertson, E., ‘“Business Principles” in the Public Service Cited by: 3.

Grisdale (ed.), 3 ME Sermons from Worc. MS Leeds 39G. Owst Sortilegium (Sorcery) in 14thc. homiletic lit. In Studies Presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson, ed.

Conway Davies OUP 57Martyn Wakelin LSE 1 67 MSS of Mirk's FestialJ. Schneyer, Repertorium des Lat. Sermones des M. Erb MS 33 71 Vernac. preaching material in CUL IiA. McIntosh NM 73 72 Some words in N. “The technological primacy of Western civilization, it can be argued, owes a sizeable debt to the fact that in Europe recourse to magic was to prove less ineradicable than in other parts of the world For this, intellectual and religious factors have been held primarily by: 5 "Memoir of Sir Hilary Jenkinson, " in Studies Presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson (London: Oxford University Press, ), xiv.

6 Levine, "History in the Archives," 7 Dictionary of National Biography, s.v. Charles G. Crump. 8 Cantwell, The Public Record Office,   Traditionally the later Middle Ages in England have received a notoriously bad press from historians.

In the great Stubbs threw his immense prestige behind the statement “the most enthusiastic admirer of medieval life must grant that all that was good and great was languishing even to death” and, for good measure condemned the fifteenth century as “a worn-out helpless age that calls.

Studies presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson. F rank W. J essup. A History of Kent. F inberg (Ed.). Gloucestershire Studies. V eale (Ed.). The Great Red Book of Bristol. Text (Part III). Calendar of Kent Feet of Fines to the end of Henry III's reign.

Prepared by I rene J. C hurchill, R. G riffin and F. H ardman, with an. Davies JC () Memoir of Sir Hilary Jenkinson. In: Studies presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson, C.B.E., LL.D., F.S.A. Oxford University Press, London, pp xiii–xxx Duranti L, MacNeil H () The protection of the integrity of electronic records: an overview of the UBC-MAS research by: 12 quotes from Keith Thomas: 'It would be tempting to explain this long survival of magical practices by pointing out that they helped to provide many professional wizards with a respectable livelihood.

The example of the legal profession is a reminder that it is always possible for a substantial social group to support itself by proffering solutions to problems which they themselves have.

Books reviewed in this article: GREAT BRITAIN J. Holden. The History of Negotiable Instruments in English Law. Hoskins.

The Midland Peasant: The Economic and Social History of a Leicestershire Village. Schubert. History of the British Iron and Steel Industry from c. B.C. to A.D. Kerling. Commercial Relations of Holland and Zeeland with England from the late.

'A Note on the Route of the Anglo-Flemish Crusaders of ,' Speculum, (V.1) 'The Second Crusade as Seen by Contemporaries,' Traditio, 9: (V.1) 'The Alleged Disgrace of John of Salisbury in ,' English Historical Review, 'Petri Venerabilis sermones tres,' Revue bénédictine, Reviews.

Vol. 33, No. 4, Oct., There are no restrictions as to subject matter: the journal publishes articles and book reviews on any and all aspects of the Middle Ages, including art, history, literature, philosophy and theology, music, science, law, and economics.

Studies Presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson by J. Pugh, R.B. “The Early History of the Admiralty Record Office.” Studies Presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson. Conway Davies. New York: Oxford University Press, Purcell, Aaron D.

“Abstractions of Justice: The Library of Congress’s Great Manuscripts Robbery, ­”. Drawing from The Selected Writings of Sir Hilary Jenkinson, archivist Wayne Murdoch suggested that Jenkinson's writings might be sorted into three categories that all address the hands-on logistics of archives: 1) methods for conducting what we might define as diplomatic criticism (including paleography, analysis of seals, etc.); 2) responses Cited by: 1.Browse and buy a vast selection of European Literature Books and Collectibles on Studies Presented to Sir Hilary Jenkinson.

Davies, J. Conway (Editor) Modernism, Nationalism, and the Novel. The Performance of Nobility in Early Modern European Literature. [Cambridge Studies in Renaissanc POSNER, DAVID M.

and brought to the English-speaking world by archival theorist Sir Hilary Jenkinson in his book published in 3 This view of records has formed the base of twentieth-century archival understanding about the nature of records and record keeping (and also by implication has shaped archivists' percep.