Dobson, R(ichard) Barrie
DOBSON, R(ichard) Barrie
DOBSON, R(ichard) Barrie. British, b. 1931. Genres: History. Career: Cambridge University, Professor of Medieval History, 1988-99. University of St. Andrews, Scotland, Lecturer in Mediaeval History, 1958-64; University of York, Lecturer, 1964-68, Sr. Lecturer, 1968-71, Reader, 1971-76, Professor of History, 1976-88, Honorary Professor of History, 1999-. British Academy, Fellow, 1988. Publications: Selby Abbey and Town, 1969; (with M.J. Angold) The World of the Middle Ages, 1970; Durham Priory 1400-1450, 1973; The Jews of Medieval York and the Massacre of March 1190, 1974; (with J. Taylor) Rymes of Robyn Hood: An Introduction to the English Outlaw, 1976; York City Chamberlains' Account Rolls 1396-1500, 1981; (with S. Donaghey) The Nunnery of Clementhorpe, 1984; Preserving the Perishable: Contrasting Communities in Medieval England, 1990; Church and Society in the Medieval North of England, 1996. EDITOR: The Peasants' Revolt of 1381, 1970; The Church, Politics, and Patronage in the Fifteenth Century, 1984. Address: 15 St Olave's Rd, York Y030 7AL, England.