[Sca-cooks] Hospitality references

Johnna Holloway johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Fri Mar 7 20:35:18 PST 2008

Hospitality in Medieval Ireland, 900-1500
by Catherine Marie O'Sullivan

*Monastic Hospitality: The Benedictines in England, c.1070-c.1250
(Studies in the History of Medieval Religion) (Hardcover)*
by Julie Kerr
Scotland for the Holidays: Tourism in Scotland c1780-1939
by Alastair J. Durie

Hospitality in Early Modern England (Oxford Studies in Social History)
by Felicity Heal

Heal is a classic volume. Can't remember if she also covers Scotland and 
Wales or not.


Terry Decker wrote:
> Take a look at C.M. Woolgar; "The Great Household in Late Medieval England", 
> "Food in Medieval England, Diet and Nutrition", and "Household Accounts from 
> Medieval England."
> Although I haven't read them, you might take a look at Gerald of Wales's The 
> Journey Through Wales and The Description of Wales.
> Bear
>> I vote long day.? :-))? Mine too.? Whether a lark or not, her fellow 
>> professors are asking her to do a presentation on "medieval hospitality".? 
>> It started as what was american hospitality, southern hospitality, what 
>> those differences were, and when they started.??She is not entirely sure 
>> when it became her job to inform?the local?professors on what just was and 
>> wasn't "hospitable".? She sent me a link on Irish hospitality 
>> (http://ehr.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/long/120/489/1358) and asked 
>> about Scottish and Welsh.? One of the local professors was extolling 
>> alcoholic beverages as absolutely necessary.? Being a good sport, she is 
>> undertaking the challenge.
>> Aldyth

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