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TMG 1 (2014): Pandemic Disease in the Medieval World

Pandemic Disease in the Medieval World is the first book to synthesize the new evidence and research methods that are providing fresh answers to these crucial questions. It was only in 2011, thanks to ancient DNA recovered from remains unearthed in London’s East Smithfield cemetery, that the full genome of the plague pathogen was identified.

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Editor’s Introduction to Pandemic Disease in the Medieval

Pandemic disease in the medieval World: rethinking the Black death Monica H. Green After the Justinianic Plague (c. 541–c. 750), which has been called the First Plague Pandemic, the Black Death or Second Plague Pandemic was likely the first semi-global phenomenon that fully merits

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Get this from a library! Pandemic disease in the medieval world : rethinking the Black Death. [Monica Helen Green;] — It was one of the most famous health issues in history. The Black Death plague organism (Yersinia pestis) spread from Asia throughout the …

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Pandemic Disease in the Medieval World: Rethinking the Black Death (ARC Medieval Press – The Medieval Globe) [Hardback] Monica H. Green (Editor)

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Pandemic Disease in the Medieval World – Table of Contents and Abstracts 6 Keywords Plague, Mongols, China, Black Death, Song Dynasty, Yuan Dynasty, Jin …

THE BLACK DEATH: PANDEMIC DISEASE IN THE MEDIEVAL WORLD

• thinking outside the rat box: other animal species involved in the chain of transmission COMMON READINGS: Monica H. Green, “Taking ‘Pandemic’ Seriously: Making the Black Death Global,” in Pandemic Disease in the Medieval World: Rethinking the Black Death, The Medieval Globe 1 (2014), 27-61 Bruce Campbell, “The Great Transition

New journal looks at significance of research on the Black

“Pandemic Disease in the Medieval World: Rethinking the Black Death” is the inaugural issue of the new journal, “The Medieval Globe.” Credit: Arc Medieval Press/Paul Smit.

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This essay introduces the inaugural issue of The Medieval Globe, “Pandemic Disease in the Medieval World: Rethinking the Black Death”. It suggests that the history of the pathogen Yersinia