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The occupational structure of Britain 1379-1911

The occupational structure of Britain 1379-1911

This research program directed by Leigh Shaw-Taylor and Tony Wrigley aims ultimately to reconstruct the evolution of the occupational structure of Britain from the late medieval period down to the early twentieth century. It has been designated a British Academy Research Project since 2007.

Major funding has been provided by the ESRC, the Leverhulme Trust, the British Academy, the Leverhulme Trust, and the Isaac Newton Trust.

Overview

An overview of Occupational Structure of Britain c.1379-1911.

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Research projects

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Outputs

Publications, theses, reports, datasets, educational resources.

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Datasets

Our datasets, use by third parties, collaborative possibilities.

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Outreach

Online Atlas, Historic Journey Planner, Educational Resources.

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People

Twenty-eight people are directly involved in this research program.

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Acknowledgements

Our funders and third party dataset achnowledgements.

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Presentations & podcasts

49 seminar and conference presentations given in 2017.

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