Publications

Geltner, G. “Rural Policing in the Long Trecento: An Urban Project and Its Obstruction.” The English Historical Review, 2022;, ceac017, https://doi.org/10.1093/ehr/ceac017

Coomans, J. Community, Urban Health and Environment in the Late Medieval Low Countries. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021).

This book is published by Cambridge University Press.

Weeda, C. Ethnicity in Medieval Europe, 950-1250: Medicine, Power and Religion. (Suffolk: Boydell & Brewer, 2021).

This book is published by Boydell & Brewer.

Geltner, G. “Kinetic Health: Ecologies and Mobilities of Prevention in Europe, c. 1100-1600.” Mobilities 16, no.4 (2021): 553-568.

You can read this Open Access article here.

Zaneri, Taylor, and G. Geltner. “The Dynamics of Healthscaping: Mapping Communal Hygiene in Bologna, 1287–1383.” Urban History 49, no. 1 (2022): 2–27.

You can read this Open Access article here.

Geltner, G., Claire Weeda. “Underground and Over the Sea: More Community Prophylactics in Europe, 1100-1600.” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 76, no. 2 (2021): 123–146.

You can read this Open Access article here.

Coomans, J. Claire Weeda. “Politics of Movement: Exploring Passage Points in Responses to COVID-19 and the Plague in the Fifteenth-Century Netherlands.” Journal for the History of Environment and Society 5 (2020): 79-89.

You can read this Open Access article here.

Geltner, G. “Fumiers! Ordures! Gestion et usage des déchets dans les campagnes de l’Occident médiéval et moderne.” Francia-Recensio 4 (2020).

Marc Conesa, Nicolas Poirier (dir.), Fumiers! Ordures! Gestion et usage des déchets dans les campagnes de l’Occident médiéval et moderne. Actes des XXXVIIIes Journées internationales d’histoire de l’abbaye de Flaran, 14 et 15 octobre 2016, Toulouse (Presses universitaires du Midi) 2019, 302 p. (Flaran, 38), ISBN 978-2-8107-0609-9, EUR 25,00.

You can read the full review here.

Geltner, G., Weeda, C. & Coomans, J. “Mapping Health in the Middle Ages.” EU Research SPR20 (2020).

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Geltner, G. “The Path to Pistoia: Urban Hygiene Before the Black Death.” Past & Present 246, no. 1 (2020): 3-33.

Open Access through Past & Present.

Rawcliffe, C & Weeda, C., Policing the Urban Environment in Premodern Europe (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2019).

This book is published by Amsterdam University Press.

Geltner, G. “In the Camp and on the March: Military Manuals as Sources for Studying Premodern Public Health.” Medical History 63, no. 1 (2019): 44–60.

Open Access through Cambridge University Press.

Geltner, G., Roads to Health: Infrastructure and Urban Wellbeing in Later Medieval Italy (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019).

This book is published by University of Pennnsylvania Press.

C. Weeda, ‘Reviewing Conduct Books: Galenic Medicine and the “Civilising Process” in Western European Households c.1100–1300’, in Christopher M. Woolgar (ed.), The Elite Household in England, 1100-1550: Proceedings of the 2016 Harlaxton Symposium (Donington, 2018), 167-184.

Coomans, J., “The King of Dirt: Public Health and Sanitation in Late Medieval Ghent.” Urban History 46, no. 1 (2019): 82–105.

Open Access through Cambridge University Press.

Geltner, G., “Public Health,” in A Companion to Medieval Bologna, ed. Sarah Rubin Blanshei. (Leiden: Brill, 2018), 103-28 [PDF].

Geltner, G. “Finding Matter out of Place: Bologna’s ‘Dirt’ (Fango) Officials in the History of Premodern Public Health,” in The Far-Sighted Gaze of Capital Cities. Essays in Honor of Francesca Bocchi, ed. Rosa Smurra, Houbert Houben and Manuela Ghizzoni. (Rome: Viella, 2014), 307-21 (PDF).

Geltner, G., Healthscaping a Medieval City: The Curia viarum of Lucca and the Future of Public Health History,” Urban History 40 (2013), pp. 395-415. (PDF)

Coomans, J., and G. Geltner, “On the Street and in the Bath-House: Medieval Galenism in Action?,” Anuario de Estudios Medievales 43 (2013), pp. 53-8. (PDF)

Geltner, G., “Public Health and the Pre-Modern City: A Research Agenda,” History Compass 10 (2012), pp. 231-45. (PDF)