Biography:

Professor of Medieval History at the Department of Medieval and Early Modern History of the Institute of Universal History of the RAS.

Field of interest:
  • English Medieval and Early Modern Manor; Customary Law of the Medieval English Boroughs.

Vinokurova Marina graduated from Historical faculty of the Ivanovo State University. During 1982-1985 worked as a post-graduate student (supervisor – prof. M.A. Barg) in the Institute of the Universal History of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union. She defended her PhD thesis («Agrarian Problem in England on the Eve of the mid- XVII-th Century Revolution») in 1985. During a number of years worked as a senior researcher in the Dept. of Early Modern History. In the 2003 defended her second thesis («The World of the English Manor. On the Manorial Surveys of Lancashire and Wiltshire: second half of the XVI - beginning of the XVII c.»). Nowadays she is a leading researcher of the Dept. of Medieval and Early Modern history and a vice-chair of the Department. She is a member of an Editorial board of the journal «Srednie Veka» as well as of a number of the other scientific editions. M. Vonokurova is an author of two monographs and of many research articles, including encyclopedic ones, devoted to medieval English manor and history of peasantry in England. She is a member of the Academic Council of the Institute.

Monographs

Vinokurova M. English Peasantry on the Eve of the mid- XVII-th century Revolution). Moscow, 1992. 288 p.

Vinokurova M. The World of  English Manor. According to Manorial Surveys of Lancashire and Wiltshire: second part of the XVI – beginning of the XVII c.). Moscow, 2004. 493 p.

Main Publications (2011–2016):

Vinokurova M. Women Property Rights in the Medieval England // Long Middle Ages. Collection of Articles in Honor of Prof. A. Svanidze. Moscow, 2011. P. 45-67.

Vinokurova M. Evolution of Manorial Freehold in the Southern-Western England (60-s XVI – 30-s XVII c.) // Diversity of the Whole: Collection of Articles in Honor of Prof. V. Maljkov. Moscow, 2011. P. 438-448.

Vinokurova M. Allod // Russian Historical Encyclopedia. Moscow, 2011. Vol. 1., P. 283 – 284.

Vinokurova M. Allmende // Russian Historical Encyclopedia. Moscow, 2011. Vol. 1. P. 320.

Vinokurova M. Avdeeva K.D. A Portrait of a Historian // Russian Historical Encyclopedia. Moscow, 2011. Vol. 1. P. 64 – 65.

Vinokurova M. Manor // Boljshaya Rossijsskaya Encyclopedia, Moscow, 2012. Vol. 19. P. 23-2.

Vinokurova M. England, Scotland and Ireland in the end of XV – XVI c. (with O. Dmitrieva, D. Fedosov) // World History: World in the Early Modern Period. Vol. 3. Moscow, 2013. P. 193-212.

Vinokurova M. England in the XVII c. ( with O. Dmitrieva) // World History: World in the Early Modern Period. Vol. 3. Moscow, 2013. P. 534-553.

Vinokurova M. Enclosures // Boljshaya Rossijsskaya Encyclopedia. Vol. 23. Moscow, 2013. P. 644.

Vinocurova M. Copyhold in the Estates of the Pembrokes in the Southern-Western England: 30-s of the XVII c. // Social Links and Their Transformation in the XVII-th Century Western Europe. Kemerovo, 2014. P. 548-577.

Vinokurova M. Specificity of English Peasantry Expropriation in the XVI – beginning of the XVII c. // Electronic Journal “History”: Political Structures and Social Processes in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Issue 6 (29). / http://www/history.jes.su/issue. 2014.4.11.

Vinokurova M. Peasantry Rents in the XVI- beginning of the XVII c. England // Electronic Journal “History”: Political Structures and Social Processes in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. http://www/history.jes.su/issue. 2014.4.11.6-29.

Vinokurova M. and others. Early Modern Period and “World History” in 6 vols.: Discussion concerning the 3-d Volume (Materials of the “Round Table”, Institute of the World History of the RAS, December 11-12, 2013) // Srednie Veka, M., 2014, Issue 75 (4), P. 324-386.

Vinokurova M. Manorial Surveys as Sources on the Agrarian History of Medieval England (XVI – XVII c.) // Writing and Everyday Life. Issue 1. Moscow, 2014. P. 42-61.

Vinokurova M. and others. Early Modern Period and “World History” in 6 vols.: Discussion concerning the 3-d Volume (Materials of the “Round Table”, Institute of the World History of the RAS, December 11-12, 2013) // Srednie Veka, M., 2014, Issue 75 (4), P. 324-386.

Vinokurova M. Some Unsolved Problems of the English Agrarian History (XVI-XVIII c.) // Srednie Veka, M., 2015. Issue 76, P. 9-40.

Vinokurova M. Banalite // Russian Historical Encyclopedia. Moscow, 2015. Vol. 2, p. 294.

Vinokurova M. Bann // Russian Historical Encyclopedia. Moscow, 2015. Vol. 2, P. 311-312.

Vinokurova M.  (with V.A. Evsseev). Bailiff // Russian Historical Encyclopedia. Moscow, 2015. Vol. 2, P. 417-418.

Vinokurova M. M. A. Barg. A Portrait of a Historian. // Russian Historical Encyclopedia. Moscow, 2015. Vol. 2, P. 327-329.

Vinokurova M. Bookland // Russian Historical Encyclopedia. Moscow, 2015. Vol. 3, P. 54.

Vinokurova M. Bordarii // Russian Historical Encyclopedia. Moscow, 2015. Vol. 3, P. 135.

Vinokurova M. Some Subjects of Law History in English Medieval Boroughs // Writing and Everyday Life. Issue 2. Moscow, 2015. P. 85-103.

Vinokurova M. Peasant Freehold in the Manor of Rochdale (XVI – XVII c.) // Ars Historica. Collection of Articles in Honor of prof. O. F. Kudryavtsev. Moscow, 2015, P. 405-523.

Vinokurova M. To the Problem of the Local Noble Elites in the North-West of England: 20-s of the XVII c. // Universitas Historiae. Collection of Articles in honor of P. Uvarov. Moscow, 2016. P. 101-110.

Vinokurova M. To Centenary of Prof. M. A. Barg // Novaya I Novejshaya Istoriya. Moscow, 2016. Issue 2, P. 3-11.

Vinokurova M. M.A. Barg: Many-Sided Talent // Men and Texts. Historical Almanac. The Idea of History. To Centenary of M.A. Barg.  Moscow, 2016. P. 9-25.

 

Vinokurova Marina
Vinokurova Marina