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Ambühl, Remy (2007) Le sort des prisonniers d'Azincourt (1415). Revue du Nord, 89, (372), 755-787.

Ambühl, R.C. (2011) The English reversal of fortunes in the 1370s and the experience of prisoners of war. In, Bell, Adrian, Curry, Anne and Chapman, Adam (eds.) The Soldier Experience in the Fourteenth Century. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell Press, 191-207. (Warfare in History).

Ambühl, R.C. (2012) Negotiated surrender of castles and urban communities at the end of the Hundred Years War. Medieval Warfare: Laws & Limits, Scotland, GB, 02 Jun 2012.

Ambühl, R.C. (2012) The price of freedom: ransoms and prisoners in the hundred years war. The Hundred Years War: a Century of Conflict Re-evaluated, London, GB, 29 Sep 2012. (Submitted).

Ambühl, R.C. (2013) Prisoners of war in the Hundred Years War, Oxford, GB, Cambridge University Press, 313pp.

Ambühl, R.C. (2011) Ransoms. In, Martel, Gordon (ed.) The Encyclopedia of War. London, GB, Blackwell. (doi:10.1002/9781444338232.wbeow511).

Ambühl, Remy (2002) Le séjour du future Louis XI dans les pays de Philippe le Bon (1456-61), Cercle d’Histoire et d’Archéologie du pays de Genappe, 222pp. (Cahier, 13).

Ambühl, Rémy (2006) A fair share of the profits? The captors of Agincourt. Nottingham Medieval Studies, 50, 129-150. (doi:10.1484/J.NMS.3.396).

Ayton, Andrew and Lambert, C. (2011) Shipping, mariners and ports in fourteenth-century England. [dataset] Available at http://store.data-archive.ac.uk/store/viewItemPage....

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Bernard, G.W. (2007) Thomas Cromwell and Calais. Southampton University Website, 1-111.

Biggins, J.A. and Strutt, K.D. (2006) Abbey House, Palace Green, Durham: an archaeological survey and documentary history of a Medieval Town House. Archaeologia Aeliana, 35, (5th series), 83-103.

Brenner, Elma and Hicks, Leonie (2012) Introduction. In, Brenner, Elma and Hicks, Leonie (eds.) Society and Culture in Medieval Rouen, 911-1300. Turnhout, BE, Brepols. (In Press).

Brenner, Elma and Hicks, Leonie (2012) The Jews of Rouen in the eleventh to the thirteenth centuries. In, Brenner, Elma and Hicks, Leonie (eds.) Society and Culture in Medieval Rouen, 911-1300. Turnhout, BE, Brepols. (In Press).

Briggs, Chris (2011) 'Can't pay' and 'won't pay' in the medieval village. Common Knowledge, 17, (2), 363-370. (In Press).

Briggs, Chris (2010) What proportion of an English village’s population was involved in credit networks c.1377? In, Maurice, Philippe (ed.) Le Crédit au Moyen-Âge. Session 4 at XIV International Economic History Congress Paris, France, Publications de la Sorbonne. (In Press).

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Chapman, Adam (2011) Rebels, Uchelwyr and Parvenu: Welsh knights in the fourteenth century. In, Bell, Adrian R. and Curry, Anne (eds.) The Soldier Experience in the Fourteenth Century. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell & Brewer, 145-156. (Warfare in History).

Chapman, Adam (2010) Welshmen in the armies of Edward I. In, Williams, Diane M. and Kenyon, John R. (eds.) The Impact of the Edwardian Castles in Wales. Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books, 175-182.

Chapman, Adam, King, Andy and Simpkin, David (2011) Introduction. In, Bell, Adrian R. and Curry, Anne (eds.) The Soldier Experience in the Fourteenth Century. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell & Brewer. (Warfare in History).

Chapman, Adam John (2009) The Welsh soldier: 1283-1422. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 305pp.

Clarke, Catherine, Lilley, Keith, Vetch, Paul and Hughes, Susan (2014) Discover Medieval Chester. [dataset]

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2007) Layamon’s Badon Hill and the Battle of Crug Mawr. Notes and Queries, 54, (4), 368-370. (doi:10.1093/notesj/gjm187).

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2006) Literary landscapes and the idea of England, 700-1400, Oxford, GB, DS Brewer, 172pp.

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2011) Mapping the medieval city: space, place and identity in Chester c.1200-1600. Cardiff, GB, University of Wales Press, 224pp. (Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages).

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2011) Remembering Anglo-Saxon Mercia in late-medieval Chester. In, Clarke, Catherine A.M. (ed.) Mapping the Medieval City: Space, Place and Identity in Chester c.1200-1600. Cardiff, GB, University of Wales Press, 201-218. (Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages).

Clarke, Catherine A.M., Fulton, Helen, Lilley, Keith and Faulkner, Mark (2012) Mapping Medieval Chester: place and identity in an English borderland city c.1200-1500. [dataset]

Clarke, P.D. (2009) Between Avignon and Rome: minor penitentiaries at the Papal Curia in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Rivista di Storia della Chiesa in Italia , 63, (2), 455-510.

Clarke, P.D. (2011) Central authority and local powers: the apostolic penitentiary and English church in the fifteenth century. Historical Research, 84, (225), 416-442. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2281.2010.00558.x).

Clarke, Peter D. (2013) 'Canterbury as the new Rome: Dispensations and Henry VIII's reformation'. Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 64, (1), 20-44. (doi:10.1017/S0022046912000759).

Clarke, Peter D. (2005) English royal marriages and the papal penitentiary in the fifteenth century. English Historical Review, 120, (488), 1014-1029. (doi:10.1093/ehr/cei244).

Clarke, Peter D. (2012) Excommunication and interdict. In, Wei, John and Winroth, Anders (eds.) The Cambridge History of Medieval Canon Law. Cambridge, GB, Cambride University Press. (Submitted).

Clarke, Peter D. (2008) Interdict. In, Benedetto, Robert, Duke, James O., Lindberg, Carter, Ocker, Christopher and Weaver, Rebecca H. (eds.) The New Westminster Dictionary of Church History. Louisville, USA, Westminster John Knox Press, 338.

Clarke, Peter D. (2007) The interdict in the thirteenth century: a question of collective guilt, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 310pp.

Clarke, Peter D. (2013) Introduction. In, Clarke, Peter D. and Duggan, Anne J. (eds.) Pope Alexander III (1159-81): The Art of Survival. Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 1-12. (Church, Faith and Culture in the Medieval West).

Clarke, Peter D. (2008) Papal dispensations. In, Benedetto, Robert, Duke, James O., Lindberg, Carter, Ocker, Christopher and Weaver, Rebecca H. (eds.) The New Westminster Dictionary of Church History. Louisville, USA, Westminster John Knox Press, 490-491.

Clarke, Peter D. (2001) Two constitutions of Boniface VIII: an insight into the sources of the Liber Sextus. Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 83, (3), 115-128.

Conlin, Jonathan (2014) "This publick sort of Obscurity": the origins of the flaneur in Paris and London, 1660-1780. In, Wrigley, Richard (ed.) The Flaneur Abroad. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge Scholars Press, 1-39. (In Press).

Corradini, Erika (2010) The composite nature of eleventh-century homiliaries: Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 421. In, Da Rold, Orietta and Treharne, Elaine (eds.) Textual Cultures: Cultural Texts. , Boydell & Brewer, 5-19. (Essays and Studies).

Corradini, Erika (2011) The objects of knowledge: reconstructing medieval communities through the material analysis of manuscripts. In, DaRold, Orietta, Kato, Takako, Treharne, Elaine and Swan , Mary (eds.) The Production and Use of English Manuscripts, 1060-1220. , GB, Brepols, 197-218. (New Medieval Literatures, 13).

Corradini, Erika (2006) Preaching in Old English: tradition and new directions. Literature Compass, 3, (6), 1266-1277. (doi:10.1111/j.1741-4113.2006.00381.x).

Curry, Anne (2007) After Agincourt, what next? Henry V and the campaign of 1416. In, Clark, Linda (ed.) Conflicts, Consequences and the Crown in the Late Middle Ages. Woodbridge, UK; Rochester, USA, Boydell, 23-52. (The Fifteenth Century VII).

Curry, Anne (2008) The battle speeches of Henry V. Reading Medieval Studies, XXXIV, 77-98.

Curry, Anne (2004) ‘A game of two halves': Parliament 1422-1454. (In special issue 10, Parchment and People: Parliament in the Middle Ages edited by Linda Clark). Parliamentary History, 23, (1), 73-102.

Curry, Anne (2008) The military ordinances of Henry V: texts and contexts. In, Given-Wilson, Chris, Kettle, Ann and Scales, Len (eds.) War, Government and Aristocracy in the British Isles, c.1150-1500: Essays in Honour of Michael Prestwich. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell & Brewew, 214-249.

Curry, Anne (2005) The Parliament rolls of Medieval England 1275-1504. Henry VI 1422-31, Woodbridge, UK, Boydell & Brewer, 485pp.

Curry, Anne (2005) The Parliament rolls of Medieval England 1275-1504. Henry VI 1432-1445, Woodbridge, UK, Boydell & Brewer, 508pp.

Curry, Anne (2005) The Parliament Rolls of Medieval England 1275-1504. Henry VI 1447-1460. In, Given-Wilson, Chris (ed.) The Parliament Rolls of Medieval England 1275-1504. Woodbridge, UK, Boydell & Brewer, 1-325.

Curry, Anne (2009) Soldiers’ wives in the Hundred Years War. In, Coss, Peter and Tyerman, Christopher (eds.) Soldiers, Nobles and Gentlemen: Essays in Honour of Maurice Keen. Woodbridge, UK, Boydell Press, 198-214.

Curry, Anne (2010) Speakers at war in the late 14th and 15th centuries. Parliamentary History, 29, (1), 8-21. (doi:10.1111/j.1750-0206.2009.00127.x).

Curry, Anne (2008) Two kingdoms, one king: the Treaty of Troyes (1420) and the creation of a double monarchy of England and France. In, Richardson, Glenn (ed.) 'The Contending Kingdoms': France and England 1420–1700. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 23-42.

Curry, Anne, Bell, Adrian, Chapman, Adam, King, Andy and Simpkin, David (2010) The Anglo-Norman Language and its Contexts. In, Ingham, Richard (ed.) Languages in the Military Profession in Later Medieval England. York, GB, York Medieval Press, 74-93.

Curry, Anne, Bell, Adrian, King, Andy and Simpkin, David (2013) The soldier in later Medieval England, Oxford University Press, 336pp.

Curry, Anne, Bell, Adrian , Simpkin , David and Chapman, Adam (2010) Languages in the military profession in later medieval England. In, Ingham, Richard (ed.) The Anglo-Norman Language and its Contexts. Woodbridge, GB, York Medieval, 74-93.

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Deeming, Helen (2006) Observations on the habits of twelfth- and thirteenth-century music scribes. Scriptorium, 60, (1), 38-59.

Deeming, Helen (2007) The sources and origin of the “Agincourt Carol”. Early Music, 35, (1), 23-38. (doi:10.1093/em/cal119).

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Foard, Glenn and Curry, Anne (2013) Bosworth 1485. A battlefield rediscovered, Oxford, GB, Oxbow books, 264pp.

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Golding, Brian (2001) The Church and christian life. In, Harvey, Barbara (ed.) The Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries: 1066-c.1280. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 135-166.

Golding, Brian (2006) Trans-border transactions: patterns of patronage in Anglo-Norman Wales. In, Morillo, Stephen and Korngiebel, Diane (eds.) Haskins Society Journal 16. Woodbridge, UK, Boydell & Brewer, 27-46.

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Happé, Peter (2004) Cyclic form and the English mystery plays: a comparative study of the English biblical cycles and their continental and iconographic counterparts, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Rodopi, 349pp. (Ludus - Medieval and Early Renaissance Theatre and Drama, 7).

Happé, Peter (2007) The Towneley cycle: unity and diversity, Cardiff, Wales, University of Wales Press, 304pp. (Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages Series).

Hayward, M. (2003) Dress at the court of Henry VII: Prudence or frugality? In, Textiles and Clothing in Fifteenth Century England, Medieval Dress and Textile Society, Courtauld Institute of Art, London, UK, 11 Oct 2003. (Submitted).

Hayward, M. A. (2009) Rich Apparel: Clothing and the Law Henry VIII's England, Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 422pp.

Hayward, M.A. (2012) Dressed to rule: the clothes and accessories of Henry VIII. In, Hayward, M.A. and Ward, Phillip (eds.) The Inventory of King Henry VIII. Turnhout, BE, Harvey Miller.

Hayward, M.A. (2004) Fashion, finance, foreign politics and the wardrobe of Henry VIII. In, Richardson, C. (ed.) Clothing Culture, 1350-1650. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate Publishing, 165-178. (History of Retailing and Consumption).

Hayward, M.A. (2010) Temporary magnificence: the offices of the tents and revels in the 1547 inventory. In, Hayward, M.A. and Ward, Phillip (eds.) The Inventory of King Henry VIII. Turnhout, BE, Harvey Miller.

Hicks, Leonie (2004) Exclusion as Exile: Spiritual Punishment and Physical Illness in Normandy c.1050-1300. In, Napran, Laura and van Houts, Elisabeth (eds.) Exile in the Middle Ages. Turnhout, Belgium, Brepols, 145-158. (International medieval research 13).

Hicks, Leonie (2012) Through the city streets: movement and space in Rouen as seen by the Norman chroniclers. In, Hicks, Leonie and Brenner, Elma (eds.) Society and Culture in Medieval Rouen, 911-1300. Turnhout, BE, Brepols. (In Press).

Hicks, Leonie V. (2007) Religious life in Normandy, 1050-1300: space, gender and social pressure, Woodbridge, UK, Boydell Press, 256pp. (Studies in the History of Medieval Religion).

Hinton, David (2011) Archaeology and history (in the United Kingdom). In, Rosenthal, Joel T. (ed.) Understanding Medieval Primary Sources. Using Historical Sources to Discover Medieval Europe. Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 243-253. (Routledge Guides to Using Historical Sources).

Hinton, David A. (2003) Medieval Anglo-Jewry: the archaeological evidence. In, Skinner, Patricia (ed.) Jews in Medieval Britain: Historical, Literary and Archaeological Perspectives. Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK, Boydell Press, 97-111.

Hinton, David A. (2010) Medieval archaeology in Britain twelfth to fifteenth centuries. Oxford Bibliographies Online (doi:10.1093/obo/9780195396584-0052).

Hunt, Alice (2007) Legitimacy, ceremony and drama: Mary Tudor’s coronation and respublica. In, Happé, Peter and Hüsken, Wim (eds.) Interludes and Early Modern Society: Studies in Gender, Power and Theatricality. Amsterdam, NL, Rodopi, 331-351. (Ludus: Medieval and Early Renaissance Theatre and Drama 9).

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Ingham, Roger and Lee, Ellie (2008) Evaluation of Early Medical Abortion (EMA) pilot sites. , Department of Health, 127pp.

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Johnson, Matthew (1995) An archaeology of capitalism, Oxford, UK, Blackwell, 264pp.

Johnson, Matthew (2006) Houses, power and everyday life in early modern England. In, Maran, Joseph, Juwig, Carsten, Schwengel, Hermann and Thaler, Ulrich (eds.) Constructing Power - Architecture, Ideology and Social Practice. Konstruktion der Macht - Architektur, Ideologie und soziales Handeln. Hamburg, Germany, Verlag, 285-298.

Johnson, Matthew (1993) Housing culture: traditional architecture in an English landscape, Washington DC, USA, Smithsonian Institution Press, 224pp.

Johnson, Matthew H. (2002) Behind the castle gate: from Medieval to Renaissance, London, UK, Routledge, 228pp.

Jowitt, Claire (2010) The politics of Mandevillian monsters in Richard Brome's The Antipodes. In, Niayesh, Ladan (ed.) A Knight's Legacy: Mandeville and Mandevillian Lore in Early Modern England. Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press. (Manchester Medieval Literature and Culture).

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Karn, Nicholas (2011) Book review. Dialogus de Scaccario (The Dialogue of the Exchequer) and Constitutio Domus Regis (The Disposition of the King's Household), ed. and tr. Emilie Amt and S.D. Church. English Historical Review , CXXVI, (519), 408-410. (doi:10.1093/ehr/cer035).

Karn, Nicholas (2007) Nigel, bishop of Ely, and the restoration of the exchequer after the ‘anarchy’ of King Stephen's reign. Historical Research, 80, (209), 299-314. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2281.2006.00392.x).

Karn, Nicholas (2010) Rethinking the Leges Henrici Primi. In, Rabin, Andrew, Jurasinski, Stefan and Oliver, Lisi (eds.) English Law before Magna Carta: Felix Liebermann and Die Gesetze der Angelsachsen. Early English Laws Conference Leiden, NL, Brill.

Karn, Nicholas (2008) Review. A History of the Abbey of Bury St Edmunds, 1182–1256: Samson of Tottington to Edmund of Walpole by Antonia Gransden (Boydell and Brewer: Studies in the History of Medieval Religion 31, 2007 xxxi+354pp, ISBN 978-1-84383-324-6) £60.00. The Local Historian, 38, (4), 311-312.

Karn, Nicholas (2012) Textus Roffensis and its uses. In, Bombi, Barbara and O'Brien, Bruce (eds.) Textus Roffensis in Context. Law, Language, and Libraries in Early Medieval England. Textus Roffensis: Law, Language and Libraries in Early Medieval England , Brepols. (In Press).

Karn, Nicholas (2010) The twelfth century. In, Meadows, Peter (ed.) Ely: Bishops and Diocese, 1109–2009. Woodbridge, UK, Boydell and Brewer, 1-25.

King, A. (2002) ‘According to the custom used in French and Scottish wars’: prisoners and casualties on the Scottish Marches in the fourteenth century. Journal of Medieval History, 28, (3), 263-290. (doi:10.1016/S0048-721X(02)00057-X).

King, Andy (2003) Bandits, robbers and schavaldours: war and disorder in Northumberland in the reign of Edward II. In, Prestwich, Michael, Britnell, Richard and Frame, Robin (eds.) Thirteenth Century England IX. Proceedings of the Durham Conference, 2001. Woodbridge, UK; Rochester, NY, Boydell Press, 116-129. (Thirteenth Century England, 3).

King, Andy (2011) Gunners, aides and archers: the personnel of the English ordnance companies in Normandy in the fifteenth century. In, Curry, Anne and Bell, Adrian R (eds.) Journal of Medieval Military History, Volume IX: Soldiers, Weapons & Armies in the Fifteenth Century. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell & Brewer. (Journal of Medieval Military History, 9). (In Press).

King, Andy (2000) A helm with a crest of gold: the Order of Chivalry in Thomas Gray's Scalacronica. In, Saul, Nigel (ed.) Fourteenth Century England I. Woodbridge, UK, Boydell & Brewer, 21-36. (Fourteenth Century England, I).

King, Andy (2002) 'Pur Salvation du Roiaume': military service and obligation in fourteenth-century Northumberland. In, Given-Wilson, Chris (ed.) Fourteenth Century England II. Woodbridge, Boydell & Brewer, 13-32. (Fourteenth Century England, II).

King, Andy (2005) Scaling the ladder: the rise and rise of the Grays of Heaton, c.1296-c.1415. In, Liddy, Christian D. and Britnell, Richard H. (eds.) North-East England in the Later Middle Ages. Woodbridge, UK; Rochester, USA, Boydell & Brewer, 57-73. (Regions and Regionalism in History, 3).

King, Andy (2003) 'They have the Hertes of the People by North': Northumberland, the Percies and Henry IV, 1399-1408. In, Dodd, Gwilym and Biggs, Douglas (eds.) Henry IV: The Establishment of the Regime, 1399-1406. Woodbridge, UK, York Medieval Press in association with Boydell Press, 139-159.

King, Andy and Marvin , Julia (2008) A warning to the incurious: M. R. James, the Scalacronica and the Anglo-Norman prose Brut Chronicle. In, Kooper, Erik (ed.) The Medieval Chronicle V. Amsterdam, NL, United States, US, Rodopi, 129-146.

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Lambert, Craig (2012) The Cinque Ports in the wars of Edward II and Edward III: new methodologies and shipping estimates. In, Gorski, Richard (ed.) Roles of the Sea in Medieval England. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell & Brewer, 59-78.

Lambert, Craig and Ayton, Andrew (2012) The English mariner in the fourteenth century. In, Ormrod, Mark (ed.) Fourteenth Century England VII. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell & Brewer, 153-176. (Fourteenth Century England).

Lambert, Craig L. (2011) Edward III’s siege of Calais: a reappraisal. [in special issue: Waging War in the Fourteenth Century] Journal of Medieval History, 37, (3), 245-256. (doi:10.1016/j.jmedhist.2011.05.002).

Lambert, Craig L. (2011) Shipping the medieval military: English maritime logistics in the fourteenth century , Woodbridge, GB, Boydell & Brewer, 260pp. (Warfare in History).

Leech, R.H. (1991) The computerized National Archaeological Record for England - its development and future potential for medieval studies. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 6, (1), 47-49. (doi:10.1093/llc/6.1.47).

Leech, Roger (2010) Documentary evidence. [in special issue: The Avon Floodplain at Bristol: Excavations at Templar House, Temple Way, in Bristol 2004 and 2005] Transactions of the Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 128, 106-113.

Leech, Roger (1997) The medieval defences of Bristol revisited. In, Keen, Laurence (ed.) `Almost the Richest City': Bristol in the Middle Ages. London, GB, Maney Publishing, 18-30. (British Archaeological Association Conference Transactions, 19).

Leech, Roger (1997) The topography of medieval and early modern Bristol, part 1: property holdings in the early walled town and Marsh suburb north of the Avon. Bristol Record Society, 48, 1-220.

Leech, Roger H. (2009) Arthur’s Acre: a Saxon bridgehead at Bristol. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Bristol, England. Transactions, 127, 11-20.

Leech, Roger H. (2000) The St Michael’s Hill precinct of the University of Bristol: the topography of medieval and early modern Bristol: part 2. Bristol Record Society, 52, 1-133.

Lefferts, Peter M., Bent, Margaret, Bowers, Roger, Everist, Mark and Wahey, Andrew (1982) New sources of English thirteenth- and fourteenth-century polyphony. Early Music History, 2, 306-321. (doi:10.1017/S0261127900002138).

Levene, D. (2006) Calvariae Magicae: the Berlin, Philadelphia and Moussaieff skulls. Orientalia, 75, (4), 359-379.

Levene, Dan (2010) “Your mysteries are concealed.” A prophylactic Jewish Aramaic magic bowl with some notes on literary influences. In, Rapoport-Albert, Ada (ed.) Late Aramaic: The Literary and Linguistic Context of the Zohar. , . (In Press).

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McGavin, John (2010) Performing communities: civic religious drama. In, Treharne, Elaine and Walker, Greg (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Literature in English. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 200-218. (Oxford Handbooks of Literature).

McGavin, John J. (2009) Medieval theatricality and spectatorship. Theta: Theatre Tudor, 8, 183-200.

McGavin, John J. (2007) Theatricality and narrative in medieval and early modern Scotland, Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 172pp. (Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama).

McGavin, John J. (2007) Working towards a reformed identity in Lindsay’s Satyre of the Thrie Estaitis. In, Happé, Peter and Hüsken, Wim (eds.) Interludes and Early Modern Society: Studies in Gender, Power and Theatricality. Amsterdam, Netherlands, Rodopi, 239-260. (Ludus: Medieval and Early Renaissance Theatre and Drama 9).

Millett, Bella (2004) The Ancrene Wisse Group. In, Edwards, A.S.G. (ed.) A Companion to Middle English prose. Woodbridge, UK, Boydell & Brewer, 1-17.

Millett, Bella (2013) Can there be such a thing as an anchoritic rule? In, Innes-Parker, Catherine and Kukita Yoshikawa, Naoe (eds.) Anchoritism in the Middle Ages: Texts and Traditions. Cardiff, GB, University of Wales Press, 11-30. (Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages).

Millett, Bella (2010) Change and continuity: the English sermon before 1250. In, Treharne, Elaine and Walker, Greg (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Literature in English. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 221-239. (Oxford Handbooks of Literature).

Millett, Bella (2003) The genre of Ancrene Wisse. In, Wada, Yoko (ed.) A Companion to Ancrene Wisse. Woodbridge, Boydell & Brewer, 29-44.

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O'Doherty, Marianne (2013) The Indies and the Medieval West: thought, report, imagination, Turnhout, BE, Brepols (Medieval Voyaging, 2).

O'Doherty, Marianne (2011) A peripheral matter? Oceans in the East in late-medieval thought, report, and cartography. Bulletin of International Medieval Research, 16, 14-59.

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Russell, David William (2011) Reciprocal management of religious virgin mothers. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 268pp.

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Sear, D.A., Bacon, S.R., Murdock, A., Doneghan, G., Baggaley, P., Serra, C. and LeBas, T.P. (2011) Cartographic, geophysical and diver surveys of the medieval town Site at Dunwich, Suffolk, England. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 40, (1), 113-132. (doi:10.1111/j.1095-9270.2010.00275.x).

Serjeantson, Dale (2006) Birds: food and a mark of status. In, Woolgar, C.M., Serjeantson, Dale and Waldron, T. (eds.) Food in Medieval England: Diet and Nutrition. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 131-147. (Medieval History and Archaeology).

Skinner, P.E (2001) Women in medieval Italian society, 500-1200, Harlow, UK, Pearson Education, 230pp.

Skinner, Patricia (2003) Confronting the ‘medieval’ in medieval history: the Jewish example. Past and Present, 181, (1), 219-247. (doi:10.1093/past/181.1.219).

Soyer, Francois (2006) El rey don Manuel y la expulsión de los mudéjares de Portugal en 1497. Iacobus. Revista de Estudios Jacobeos y Medievales, 21-22, 363-400.

Soyer, Francois (2009) King João II of Portugal, O Principe Perfeito, and the Jews (1481-1495). Sefarad. Revista de estudios hebraicos, sefardíes y de Oriente Próximo, 69, (1), 75-99. (doi:10.3989/sefarad.2009.v69.i1.480).

Soyer, Francois (2008) Le royaume du Portugal et l'expulsion des juifs d'Espagne en 1492. In, de Barros, Maria Filomena Lopes and Montalvo, José Hinojosa (eds.) Minorias étnico-religiosas na Península Ibérica. Períodos Medieval e Moderno. Lisbon, Spain, Edições Colibri, 325-348.

Soyer, Francois (2012) Nowhere to run: the extradition of Conversos between the Spanish and Portuguese inquisitions during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. In, Ingram, Kevin (ed.) The Conversos and Moriscos in Late Medieval Spain and Beyond. Volume Two: The Morisco Issue. Leiden, NL, Brill, 251-278. (Converso and Morisco Studies; Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions, 160).

Soyer, François (2014) Manuel I of Portugal and the end of the toleration of Islam in Castile: marriage diplomacy, propaganda, and Portuguese imperialism in renaissance Europe, 1495-1505. Journal of Early Modern History, 18, (4), 331-356. (doi:10.1163/15700658-12342416 ).

Soyer, François (2005) Was there an Inquisition in Portugal before 1536? Iacobus: Revista de Estudios Jacobeos y Medievales, 19-20, 177-202.

Stoyle, Mark (2010) The execution of a witch in Elizabethan Exeter. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries, 40, (7)

Stoyle, Mark (2011) 'It is but an olde wytche gonne': Prosecution and execution for witchcraft in Exeter, 1558-1610. History, 96, (322), 129-151. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-229X.2011.00511.x).

Stoyle, Mark (2009) Two new seventeenth-century witch-cases from Exeter. Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries, 40, (Part IV), 163-173.

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