Description Traditions and Transformations in Late Medieval England de Douglas Biggs:
This volume deals with political, military, social, architectural, and literary aspects of fifteenth century England. The essays contained in the volume range across the century from some of the leading scholars currently working in the period. Contributors: Mark Addison Amos, Douglas Biggs, Kelly DeVries, Matthew Boyd Goldie, Virginia Henderson, Gwym Meirion-Jones, Michael Jones, Helen Maurer, Sharon D. Michalove, Michael D. Myers, Anthony J. Pollard, A. Compton Reeves, and Joel Rosenthal.
Douglas Biggs is Associate Professor of History at University of Nebraska - Kearney. His research interests lie in the political history of late fourteenth and early fifteenth century England as well as the social history of elites. He has published widely on politics in the reign of Henry IV and on the members of that king's affinity. He is currently engaged in writing a political biography of Henry IV. Sharon D. Michalove is Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She also serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Policy Studies where she specialized in the History of Medieval and Early Modern Education. She has published widely on the history of women's education. A. Compton Reeves is an Emeritus Professor of History at Ohio University. He has published a number of books and articles in his long career including, Pleasures and Pastimes in Medieval England, Lancastrian Englishmen, The Marcher Lords, and Purveyors and Purveyance for the Lancastrian and Yorkist Kings. He currently divides his time between Athens, Ohio and Arizona.