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The voices of royal subjects? Political speech in the judicial and governmental records of fourteenth-century England

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This article examines the reported speech of individuals who were accused of voicing criticism of the monarch or of royal government in fourteenthcentury England. These words were attributed to individuals outside of the social elite, who were then drawn into political discourses shaped by the ideologies and institutional structures of the state. This process might influence relations between neighbours and local communities, as well as between individuals and the officials who represented th...

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10.14198/medieval.2015-2016.19.09

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Institution:
University of Oxford
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ContEd
Department:
Continuing Education
Oxford college:
Queens College
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Publisher:
University of Alicante
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Annals of the University of Alicante. Medieval History More from this journal
Issue:
19
Publication date:
2017-01-01
Acceptance date:
2015-06-09
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0212-2480
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pubs:1000211
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uuid:a6d4c50b-3c2b-4b75-8c22-6eefbe242fbf
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pubs:1000211
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1000211
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2019-08-08

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