In “Immigration and the Common Profit: Native Cloth Workers, Flemish Exiles, and Royal Policy in Fourteenth-Century London”, CitiGen post-doc Bart Lambert and Milan Pajic revisit the well-known massacre of Flemish people in London in 1381. 

They dismiss ethnically inspired interpretations and link the event to the immigration of skilled workers from the Continent, and the failure of the government to channel these.

The article was published in the October issue of the peer-reviewed Journal of British Studies and can be accessed here.