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Work in Progress on rural and agrarian history

Peasants cutting corn with a sickle The Work in Progress list covers any research on rural or agrarian society (social, economic, political or technical) with a historical dimension from any period. We would like to hear from all scholars of rural society, based anywhere in the world, who are concerned with the rural or agrarian history of the British Isles. We also welcome entries from BAHS members about their work on rural or agrarian society in other geographical areas.

We encourage all researchers to respond: postgraduate students, established academics and non-university scholars. Whether you have contributed to our work-in-progress list before, or are a new or returning researcher in these fields, please fill in this form.
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