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Caroline M. Barron

Author of England and the Low Countries in the Late Middle Ages

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Caroline Mary Barron, née Hogarth, is a professor emerita of the history of London at the Royal Holloway, University of London. The focus of her research is the government and people of London in the medieval period, especially in 14th century and 15th centuries. It includes the study of the poets and writers of medieval London such as Geoffrey Chaucer, William Langland, and Thomas Usk. She also explores life for women and for those on the margins in medieval London, including prisoners, lepers, prostitutes, gypsies, vagrants, beggars. and hermits. Her late husband was Professor John Barron, an eminent Hellenist and Master of St. Peter's College, Oxford.
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