Publications associated with the Pauper Lives Project
Jeremy Boulton and Leonard Schwarz, 'The medicalization of a parish workhouse in Georgian Westminster: St Martin in the Fields, 1725-1824', Family & Community History 17, 2(2014), 122-140.
Jeremy Boulton, 'Traffic in corpses and the commodification of burial in Georgian London', Continuity and Change, 2014, Vol.29(2),181-208.
Jeremy Boulton ‘Double deterrence: settlement and practice in London’s West End, 1725-1824’, in Anne Winter and Steve King, eds., Migration, Settlement and Belonging in Europe, 1500–1930s: Comparative Perspectives. (Berghahn: New York, 2013), 54-80
Jeremy Boulton, Romola Davenport and Leonard Schwarz , ‘These ANTE-CHAMBERS OF THE GRAVE?: Mortality, medicine and the workhouse in Georgian London (1725-1824)’ in Jonathan Reinarz and Leonard Schwarz, eds., Medicine and the Workhouse (Rochester, NY: Rochester Press, 2013), 58-85.
Jeremy Boulton and John Black, ‘Paupers and their Experience of a Georgian Workhouse: St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster, 1725–1824’ in Jane Hamlett, Lesley Hoskins and Rebecca Preston, eds., Residential Institutions in Britain, 1725–1950: Inmates and Environments (Pickering & Chatto, 2013), 79-91.
Jeremy Boulton and John Black ‘”Those, that die by reason of their madness”: dying insane in London, 1629–1830’, History of Psychiatry 23, 1(March 2012), 27-39.
Jeremy Boulton, 'Turned into the Street with My Children Destitute of Every Thing'; The Payment of Rent and the London Poor, 1600-1850'. in Joanne McEwan and Pamela Sharpe, eds., Accommodating Poverty: The Housing and Living Arrangements of the English Poor, c. 1600-1850. (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), 25-49.
Jeremy Boulton and Leonard Schwarz, “The comforts of a private fireside”? The workhouse, the elderly and the poor law in Georgian Westminster: St Martin-in-the-Fields, 1725-1824. In Joanne McEwan and Pamela Sharpe, ed. Accommodating Poverty: The Housing and Living Arrangements of the English Poor, c. 1600-1850. (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), 221-245.
Romola Davenport, Leonard Schwarz and Jeremy Boulton, ‘The decline of adult smallpox in eighteenth-century London’. Economic History Review 64, 4 (2011), 1289-1314.
Leonard Schwarz and Jeremy Boulton, ‘Yet Another Inquiry into the Trustworthiness of Eighteenth-Century-London’s Bills of Mortality’, Local Population Studies 85 (2010), 28-45.
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