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by Christine Carpenter

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Author:
Christine Carpenter
ISBN13:
978-0521658379
ISBN:
0521658373
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Cambridge University Press (March 1, 2004)
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Mary Christine Carpenter FRHistS (born 1946) is an English historian who serves as professor of medieval English history at the University of Cambridge. Carpenter was born on 7 December 1946 in Oxford, England.

Mary Christine Carpenter FRHistS (born 1946) is an English historian who serves as professor of medieval English history at the University of Cambridge. Carpenter received her Bachelor of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Newnham College, Cambridge.

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A New Constitutional History of Late-Medieval England, 1215-1509, in preparation. Wisdom and Chivalry: Chaucer's Knight's Tale and Medieval Political Theory (2008) by S. H. Rigby

A New Constitutional History of Late-Medieval England, 1215-1509, in preparation. Rigby. Fellow of the Royal Historical Society (FRHistS), 1982. Faculty of History Representative for The Prince's Teaching Institute. Royal Historical Society Whitfield Prize, 1992.

Carpenter's text informs scholars and students of English medieval and Renaissance history. Its arguemtns are clear and well supported by the evidence, and it offers coherent explanations of the crisis of kingship in the fifteenth century. It is a welcome addition to an important series. Michael J. Galgano, History. This book attempts to explain why the Wars occurred, and with what results, by placing them in the context of the ruling classes' expectations of kingship and governance at this time.

A New Constitutional History of England, 12151509.

Mary Christine Carpenter (born 1946 in Oxford, England) is professor of medieval . They are often subsequently published as a book. A New Constitutional History of Late-Medieval England, 1215–1509, in preparation.

Mary Christine Carpenter (born 1946 in Oxford, England) is professor of medieval English history at Cambridge University, Cambridge, England.

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She is at present engaged in writing A New Constitutional History of Late-Medieval England 1215-1509.

Her work therefore encompasses the subjects of governance, politics and political culture and ideas, and also the relationships of late-medieval landowners with their families and tenantry, with each other, with their localities and with the crown. She is at present engaged in writing A New Constitutional History of Late-Medieval England 1215-1509.

This is a new interpretation of English politics during the extended period beginning with the majority of Henry VI in c. .

The later fifteenth century in England is a somewhat baffling and apparently incoherent period which historians and history students have found consistently difficult to handle. This book places the events of the century within a clearly delineated framework of constitutional structures, practices and expectations, in an attempt to show the meaning of the apparently frenetic and purposeless political events which occurred within that framework - and which sometimes breached it.