The following journal articles can be found using multi-search. Copy and paste the Title of the article into multi-search to find full-text of the article. If you are working from off campus, make sure to click on the yellow rectangle bar at the top of the multi-search page to sign-in!
These are a few articles to get you started:
Appleby, A. B. (1980). Epidemics and famine in the little ice age. The Journal of interdisciplinary history, 10(4), 643-663.
Chakraborty, S., & Newton, A. C. (2011). Climate change, plant diseases and food security: an overview. Plant Pathology, 60(1), 2-14.
Lucas, H. S. (1930). The great European famine of 1315, 1316, and 1317. Speculum, 5(4), 343-377.
Russell, J. C. (1966). Effects of pestilence and plague, 1315–1385. Comparative Studies in Society and History, 8(4), 464-473.
eBooks can be accessed from on campus or at home. You can search for ebooks using the "Books & More" tab on the homepage.
"Books & More" : GIL-Find Catalog :: Search the UGA Libraries' collections of books, movies, e-books, and more. To find books on a person or organization, go to the Advanced Search, and search for subject such as "the great famine"
After searching in gil-find catalog, go to the left hand side. Under Availability, select Full Access Online and under Format, select Book, then select the green Apply Filter button.
Below are a couple of eBooks to get you started, but there are many more out there!
Famines During the 'Little Ice Age' (1300-1800) Socionatural Entanglements in Premodern Societies (2018) edited by Dominik Collet, Maximilian Schuh
Farming, Famine and Plague The Impact of Climate in Late Medieval England (2017) by Kathleen Pribyl