Carlin, Martha
carlin@uwm.edu(414) 229-5767Holton Hall 328

Carlin, Martha

Professor

Degree(s)

PhD, (Medieval Studies) U. of Toronto
MA, (Medieval Studies) U. of Toronto
AB, Bryn Mawr College

Research Interests

Medieval social and economic history (especially urban, food, daily life, correspondence, shopping, inns)

Teaching Areas

Medieval history (Europe, Britain, London, urban, castles, daily life); global history of food and eating

Courses Offered

Undergraduate - Medieval history (various)
Graduate - Medieval urban history (various); Role of food in global history

Selected Publications

Carlin, Martha. “'The Remarkable Will of David Fyvyan (d. 1451)'.” Those Who Work, Those Who Fight, and Those Who Pray: Papers in Honor of Joel T. Rosenthal 33. Ed. Livingstone, Amy, and Barron, Caroline M. Medieval Prosopography/Medieval Institute Press, (2018): 137-151.
Carlin, Martha. ““Catering for Great Households: Practical Matters.”.” The Medieval Great Household. Ed. Woolgar, Christopher M. Harlaxton Medieval Studies, (2018): 336-354.
Carlin, Martha. ““Shakespeare the Roisterer at the Tabard Inn.”.” Folger Shakespeare Library, online exhibition, ShakespeareDocumented (launched 20 January 2016), available at http://www.shakespearedocumented.org/exhibition/document/shakespeare-roisterer-tabard-inn. Ed. Wolf, Heather. (2016).
Carlin, Martha. “The Bard at the Tabard.” Times Literary Supplement (online edition). (2014).
Carlin, Martha, and Crouch, David. Lost Letters of Medieval Life: English Society, 1200-1250. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013.
Carlin, Martha. ““‘What say you to a piece of beef and mustard?’ The Evolution of Public Dining in Late Medieval and Tudor London.”.” The Places and Spaces of Early Modern London. 71.1 Ed. Harkness, Deborah, and Howard, Jean E. Huntington Library Quarterly, (2008): 199-217.
Carlin, Martha, and Rosenthal, Joel T., eds. Food and Eating in Medieval Europe. The Hambledon Press, 1998.
Carlin, Martha. London and Southwark Inventories, 1316-1650: A Handlist of Extents for Debts. Centre for Metropolitan History, Institute of Historical Research, University of London, 1997.