NAKAGAWA JUNKO

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NAKAGAWA JUNKO
Affiliation
Kumamoto University
Section
Faculty of Letters

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Nakagawa Junko
Kumamoto journal of culture and humanities   107 11-22   Mar 2016
This paper explores London citizens' attitudes towards immigrant presence, particularly, their legal status in early modern London. First, I will describe an outline of the legal status that immigrants acquired, focusing on denization and a London...
Nakagawa Junko
Kumamoto journal of culture and humanities   105 53-63   Mar 2014
This paper investigates the status of the English-born children of aliens in early modern London, examining mainly the records contained in the Returns of strangers in London. Theoretically, in early modern England, birth under the sovereignty of ...
Nakagawa Junko
Kumamoto journal of culture and humanities   103 29-39   Mar 2012
It seems that the Civil War and the Interregnum did hardry contribute to little fundamental transformation of the naturalization system in England, although the political and social upheaval of the 1640s and 1650s caused a sharp decrease in number...
Nakagawa Junko
Kumamoto journal of culture and humanities   100 69-80   Mar 2009
No great influx of migration into England occured during the first half of the seventeenth century. Thus, the matter of the legal status and the rights which aliens in the host society could enjoy has received little attention from historians. Thi...
Nakagawa Junko
Kumamoto journal of culture and humanities   93 43-68   Mar 2007
Nakagawa Junko
Kumamoto journal of culture and humanities   86 33-53   Mar 2005
This article aims at examining profiles of the Germans -the so-called Poor Palatines- who came to England in 1709. It is said that more than twelve thousand Palatines had left their homeland (the Rhine Valley) and arrived at London over a period o...
Nakagawa Junko
待兼山論叢   (34) 1-24   2000