Dr Milan Pajic

Junior Research Fellow
2016
My current research is a multi-faceted study of the migration of artisans between England and Continental Europe in the late middle ages. I focus on the fundamental historical questions surrounding the social, economic, cultural and political motivations for, and impacts of, migration – questions which remain crucial for contemporary societies.
Violet and Ian Campbell Research Fellow; Warden of the Russell Street Hostel

I hold a BA in Applied Languages from University of Franche-Comté and an MA in Intercultural Studies from University of Strasbourg.  My recently completed 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 and their economic influence, has been turned into a monograph and is forthcoming with Cambridge University Press. 

Monograph

  • Milan Pajic, Immigration, Integration and Economic Development: Flemish Textile Workers in England 1331-1400, Cambridge University Press, (forthcoming, 2019).

Articles in a peer reviewed journal

  • Milan Pajic, 'Ale for an Englishman is a natural drink': the Dutch and the Origins of Beer Brewing in Late Medieval England’, Journal of Medieval History, forthcoming.
  • Milan Pajic, ‘Xénophobie et intégration : Le cas de la communauté flamande à Colchester 1351-1367’, Revue du Nord, n° 416, 2017, p. 509-532.
  • 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.