Journal of Medieval History articles

Volume 42 (4)

Saints, rulers and communities in Southern Italy: the Vitae of the Italo-Greek saints (tenth to eleventh centuries) and their audiences
vol. 42 (4): 429-455
The Norman Conquest of the classical past: William of Poitiers, language and history
vol. 42 (4): 456-478
The royal entries of Henry VI in a London civic manuscript
vol. 42 (4): 479-493
Community regulation and its effects: the aggressive actions of parishioners against priests and women in Paris, 1483–1505
vol. 42 (4): 494-510

Volume 42 (3)

Recovering the histories of women religious in England in the central Middle Ages: Wilton Abbey and Goscelin of Saint-Bertin
vol. 42 (3): 285-303
From prophecy to apocalypse: the verb tenses of Jerusalem in Robert the Monk's Historia of the First Crusade
vol. 42 (3): 304-316
Aristocratic patronage, political networking and the shaping of a private sanctuary: Countess Clemence of Flanders and the early years of Bourbourg Abbey (c.1103–21)
vol. 42 (3): 317-337
Civic religion in late medieval Europe
vol. 42 (3): 338-356
Ruling from afar: government and information management in late medieval Sicily
vol. 42 (3): 357-381
Lancastrian rule and the resources of the prince of Wales, 1456–61
vol. 42 (3): 382-404

Volume 42 (2)

Hegemony, rebellion and history: Flodoard's Historia Remensis ecclesiae in Ottonian perspective
vol. 42 (2): 155-176
Orderic Vitalis and the First Crusade
vol. 42 (2): 177-201
Twelfth-century Italian confraternities as institutions of pastoral care
vol. 42 (2): 202-225
Merchants on the margins: fifteenth-century Bruges and the informal market
vol. 42 (2): 226-253
The mystery of plague in medieval Iceland
vol. 42 (2): 254-284

Volume 42 (1)

The margin to act: a framework of investigation for women's (and men's) medieval art-making
vol. 42 (1): 1-25
Having her hand in it? Elite women as ‘makers’ of textile art in the Middle Ages
vol. 42 (1): 26-50
The occluded role of royal women and lost works of pre-Norman English and Irish art (tenth to twelfth centuries)
vol. 42 (1): 51-75
Holy donors, mighty queens: imaging women in the Spanish cathedral cartularies of the long twelfth century
vol. 42 (1): 76-106
A mother's gift? Astrology and the pyxis of al-Mughīra
vol. 42 (1): 107-130
Making room at the table: women, Passover and the Sister Haggadah (London, British Library, MS Or. 2884)
vol. 42 (1): 131-153

Volume 41 (4)

editorial board index
vol. 41 (4): 0-0
Rewriting the founder: Werden on the Ruhr and the uses of hagiography
vol. 41 (4): 363-387
Reconsidering Donizone's Vita Mathildis: Boniface of Canossa and Emperor Henry II
vol. 41 (4): 388-408
The ‘Feast of the Liberation of Jerusalem’: remembering and reconstructing the First Crusade in the Holy City, 1099–1187
vol. 41 (4): 409-431
The kingdom of Portugal, homage and papal ‘fiefdom’ in the second half of the twelfth Century
vol. 41 (4): 432-445
Social monsters and the walking dead in William of Newburgh's Historia rerum Anglicarum
vol. 41 (4): 446-465
Friedrich Sunder and the boundaries of gender
vol. 41 (4): 466-483
The ‘schemes’ of Piero de' Pazzi and the conflict with the Medici (1461–2)
vol. 41 (4): 484-503

Volume 41 (3)

Witnessing history: perspectives on medieval Swansea and its cultural contexts
vol. 41 (3): 249-255
Place, identity and performance: spatial practices and social proxies in medieval Swansea
vol. 41 (3): 256-272
A silent witness? Medieval urban landscapes and unfolding their mapping histories
vol. 41 (3): 273-291
Mediating memory: recalling and recording the miracles of St Thomas Cantilupe
vol. 41 (3): 292-308
The resuscitation of Roger of Conwy: a Cantilupe miracle and the society of Edwardian north Wales
vol. 41 (3): 309-324
The geography of Welsh literary production in late medieval Glamorgan
vol. 41 (3): 325-340
The Briouze family in the thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries: inheritance strategies, lordship and identity
vol. 41 (3): 341-361

Volume 41 (2)

Cultural contacts and ethnic origins in Viking Age Wales and northern Britain: the case of Albanus, Britain's first inhabitant and Scottish ancestor
vol. 41 (2): 131-154
A saint, an abbot, his documents and her property: power, reform and landholding in the monastery of Homblières under Abbot Berner (949–82)
vol. 41 (2): 155-168
Preaching laughter in the thirteenth century: the exempla of Arnold of Liège (d. c.1308) and his Dominican milieu
vol. 41 (2): 169-183
Mirrored images: the Passion and the First Crusade in a fourteenth-century Parisian illuminated manuscript (Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS fr. 352)
vol. 41 (2): 184-207