Comparative Perspectives on History and Historians: Essays in Memory of Bryce Lyon (1920-2007) features a section of appreciations of Bryce Lyon from the three editors, R. C. Van Caenegem, and Walter Prevenier, followed by three sections on the major areas on which Lyon's research concentrated: the legacy of Henri Pirenne, constitutional and legal history of England and the Continent, and the economic history of the Low Countries. Original essays by Bernard S. Bachrach, David S. Bachrach, Jan Dumolyn, Caroline Dunn, Jelle Haemers, John H. A. Munro, James M. Murray, Anthony Musson, David Nicholas, W. Mark Ormrod, Walter Prevenier, Jeff Rider, Don C. Skemer, and Marci Sortor deepen our understanding of Lyon's career and significance and further our knowledge of the areas in which he worked.
Medieval Institute Publications
Bruce Lyon, Henri Pirenne, Historiography, Legal History, Low Countries, Medieval History
Medieval History | Medieval Studies
Citation for Published Book
Bernard S. Bachrach, James M. Murray, and David Nicholas. Comparative Perspectives on History and Historians. Kalamazoo, MI: Medieval Institute Publications, 2012.