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Private need, public order : urban sanitation in Late Medieval England and Scandinavia / Dolores Marie Jorgensen

por Jorgensen, Dolores Marie

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Editor: [S.l. : s.n.], 2008
Descripción Física: 219 p. : il.; 27 cm
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33/69 10194 Libros modernos desde 1900
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Abstract
Table of contents
Table of figures
Acknowledgements
1. CONNECTIONS: Sanitation in medieval urban history
The beginning?
Sources for medieval sanitation
Elites, commoners, and the common good
Outline of chapters
2.DEFINING DIRT: Labeling wastes in a medieval city
Waste as nuisance
Why care about incleanliness?
An intersection of concerns
3. MAKING PRIVATE MATTERS PUBLIC: Latrines as technology
Controlling latrine placement
Latrines and Ditches
Providing public latrines
Disposing of latrine waste
Making private matters public .. 4. LIMITING LIVESTOCK: Not roaming free
Moving animals out the city
Dung disposal
Setting limits
5. REGULATINONS BUSINESS IN THE BOROUGH: The place of industry
Textile manufacturing and wáter pollution
Leather industries and noxius tanning liquors
Brewers and the need for wáter
Butchery by-products
Cities and the smell of money
6. SUPLPLYING SANITATION SERVICES: An environmental system
Medieval street technology
Maintaining paved streets
Keeping streets clean
Managing the waterways
Sanitation responsability
7. SERVEANTS, SPECIALIZATION AND SANITATION: Staffing sanitation services
Making monetary commitments
Mantaining Norwich's River
Sanitation and governmental growth
8. CONCLUSION: Public order
Measuring effectiveness
Fallacy of "high" technology
Tying the social and technological together
Bibliography

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A dissertation presented to the Graduate Faculty of the University of Virgina in candidacy for the degree of Doctor in Philosophy

Tesis University of Virginia, 2008

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Abstract
Table of contents
Table of figures
Acknowledgements
1. CONNECTIONS: Sanitation in medieval urban history
The beginning?
Sources for medieval sanitation
Elites, commoners, and the common good
Outline of chapters
2.DEFINING DIRT: Labeling wastes in a medieval city
Waste as nuisance
Why care about incleanliness?
An intersection of concerns
3. MAKING PRIVATE MATTERS PUBLIC: Latrines as technology
Controlling latrine placement
Latrines and Ditches
Providing public latrines
Disposing of latrine waste
Making private matters public .. 4. LIMITING LIVESTOCK: Not roaming free
Moving animals out the city
Dung disposal
Setting limits
5. REGULATINONS BUSINESS IN THE BOROUGH: The place of industry
Textile manufacturing and wáter pollution
Leather industries and noxius tanning liquors
Brewers and the need for wáter
Butchery by-products
Cities and the smell of money
6. SUPLPLYING SANITATION SERVICES: An environmental system
Medieval street technology
Maintaining paved streets
Keeping streets clean
Managing the waterways
Sanitation responsability
7. SERVEANTS, SPECIALIZATION AND SANITATION: Staffing sanitation services
Making monetary commitments
Mantaining Norwich's River
Sanitation and governmental growth
8. CONCLUSION: Public order
Measuring effectiveness
Fallacy of "high" technology
Tying the social and technological together
Bibliography

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A dissertation presented to the Graduate Faculty of the University of Virgina in candidacy for the degree of Doctor in Philosophy

Tesis University of Virginia, 2008

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