Daniel R. Curtis
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Coping with crisis: the resilience and vulnerability of pre-industrial settlements
DR Curtis
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2014
Medieval land reclamation and the creation of new societies: comparing Holland and the Po Valley, c. 800–c. 1500
DR Curtis, M Campopiano
Journal of Historical Geography 44, 93-108, 2014
Dangers of noncritical use of historical plague data
J Roosen, DR Curtis
Emerging infectious diseases 24 (1), 103, 2018
Better Understanding Disasters by Better Using History
B Van Bavel, D Curtis
International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 34 (1), 143-169, 2016
Was plague an exclusively urban phenomenon? Plague mortality in the seventeenth-century Low Countries
DR Curtis
Journal of Interdisciplinary History 47 (2), 139-170, 2016
The low countries
DR Curtis, J Dijkman, T Lambrecht, E Vanhaute
Famine in European History, 119-140, 2017
Florence and its hinterlands in the late Middle Ages: Contrasting fortunes in the Tuscan countryside, 1300–1500
DR Curtis
Journal of medieval history 38 (4), 472-499, 2012
Is there an'agro-town'model for Southern Italy? Exploring the diverse roots and development of the agro-town structure through a comparative case study in Apulia
D Curtis
Continuity and Change 28 (3), 377, 2013
The sex‐selective impact of the Black Death and recurring plagues in the Southern Netherlands, 1349–1450
DR Curtis, J Roosen
American journal of physical anthropology 164 (2), 246-259, 2017
Pre-industrial societies and strategies for the exploitation of resources: a theoretical framework for understanding why some societies are resilient and some settlements are …
DR Curtis
Utrecht University, 2012
The emergence of concentrated settlements in medieval western Europe: explanatory frameworks in the historiography
DR Curtis
Canadian Journal of History 48 (2), 223-251, 2013
The ‘light touch’of the Black Death in the Southern Netherlands: an urban trick?
J Roosen, DR Curtis
The Economic history review 72 (1), 32-56, 2019
Did the Commons Make Medieval and Early Modern Rural Societies More Equitable? A Survey of Evidence from across W estern E urope, 1300–1800
DR Curtis
Journal of agrarian change 16 (4), 646-664, 2016
The escape from famine in the Northern Netherlands: A reconsideration using the 1690s harvest failures and a broader Northwest European perspective
DR Curtis, J Dijkman
The Seventeenth Century 34 (2), 229-258, 2019
Tine de Moor’s ‘Silent Revolution’. Reconsidering her theoretical framework for explaining the emergence of institutions for collective management of resources
D Curtis
International Journal of the Commons 7 (1), 2013
Climate and society in long‐term perspective: Opportunities and pitfalls in the use of historical datasets
BJP Van Bavel, DR Curtis, MJ Hannaford, M Moatsos, J Roosen, T Soens
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 10 (6), e611, 2019
History and the social sciences: Shock therapy with medieval economic history as the patient
DR Curtis, B Van Bavel, T Soens
Social Science History 40 (4), 751-774, 2016
The impact of land accumulation and consolidation on population trends in the pre-industrial period: two contrasting cases in the Low Countries
DR Curtis
Historical Research 87 (236), 194-228, 2014
An agro-town bias? Re-examining the micro-demographic model for Southern Italy in the eighteenth century
DR Curtis
Journal of Social History 48 (3), 685-713, 2015
Danger and displacement in the Dollard: the 1509 flooding of the Dollard Sea (Groningen) and its impact on long-term inequality in the distribution of property
DR Curtis
Environment and History 22 (1), 103-135, 2016
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