Dr Milan Pajic

Junior Research Fellow
2016
Violet and Ian Campbell Research Fellow; Warden of the Russell Street Hostel

Milan Pajic has a BA in Applied Languages from Universite de Franche-Comte and an MA in Intercultural Studies from Universite de Strasbourg.  He has recently completed a joint-PhD at the Universities of Ghent (History) and Strasbourg (English Studies) dealing with the migration of Flemish textile workers to England in the fourteenth century, their economic influence and the transfer of skills.  His research focuses on migration flows between continental Europe and England in the Late Medieval period, more precisely on the immigrants' economic impact.

Milan Pajic, Bart Lambert, 'Immigration and the Common Profit: Native Cloth Workers, Flemish Exiles and Royal Policy in Fourteenth-Century London', Journal of British Studies, 55:4, 2016, p. 633-657.

Milan Pajic, Jan Dumolyn, ‘Enemies of the Count and of the City. The Collective Exile of Rebels in Fourteenth-Century Flanders’, The Legal History Review, 84:3-4, 2016, p. 461-501.

Milan Pajic, ‘Xénophobie et intégration : Le cas de la communauté flamande à Colchester 1351-1367’, Revue du Nord, n° 416, 2016.

Milan Pajic, ‘Flemish Rebels in Exile: Their Perception in 14th Century London and the Creation of New Identity’, In : Tatjana Silec, Alessandra Stazzone (eds.), Peuples conquérants, peuples conquis: perceptions identitaires au Moyen-âge en Europe (IXe-XVe siècle), AMAES, 2015, p. 187-206.

Milan Pajic, Bart Lambert, ‘Drapery in Exile: Edward III, Colchester and the Flemings’, History: The Journal of the Historical Association, 99/338, 2014, p. 733-753.