This is the assignment page for the topic "The Crisis of the Late Middle Ages" for J. B. Owens's sections of the lower-division undergraduate course, History 101, Foundation of Western Civilization. The sole purpose of this page and all of the pages linked to it is to provide an orientation for those students enrolled in History 101.You may return to the course main page or to the course syllabus.
ID: Great Famine (1315-1317), Flemish Weavers' Revolt (1326- 1328), Battle of Cassel (1328), Jacquerie (1358), Ciompi (1378), Watt Tyler's Revolt (1381), Hundred Years' War (1337-1453), Wars of the Roses (1455-1485) [England], Armagnacs-Burgundians [France], Trastámaras [Castile; Aragón-Catalunya], Black Death (1348-1349), flagellants, Gerhard Groote (1340-1384), devotio moderna, Brethren of the Common Life, Thomas à Kempis (1379/1380-1471), The Imitation of Christ, Joan of Arc (ca. 1412-1431)
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