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Appleby, J. C. and Dalton, P. (2009) Introduction. In: Appleby, J. C. and Dalton, P., eds. Outlaws in Medieval and Early Modern England: Crime, Government and Society, c. 1066-1600. Farnham, UK: Ashgate. pp. 1-6 ISBN 9780754658931

Appleby, J. C. and Dalton, P., eds. (2009) Outlaws in Medieval and Early Modern England: crime, government and society, c.1066-1600. Farnham, UK: Ashgate. ISBN 9780754658931.


Bintley, M. (2017) Beacons of belief: seasonal change and sacred trees in Britain from prehistory to the later Middle Ages. In: Bintley, M., Locker, M., Symons, V. and Wellesley, M., eds. Stasis in the Medieval West?: Questioning Change and Continuity. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 27-45 ISBN 9781349950331

Bintley, M., Locker, M., Symons, V. and Wellesley, M., eds. (2017) Stasis in the Medieval West?: questioning change and continuity. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781349950331.

Bintley, M. and Williams, T. J. T. (2015) Representing beasts in early medieval England and Scandinavia: an introduction. In: Bintley, M. and Williams, T. J. T., eds. Representing Beasts in Early Medieval England and Scandinavia. Martlesham: Boydell Press. ISBN 9781783270088

Bosi, L. and Prince, S. (2009) Writing the Sixties into Northern Ireland and Northern Ireland into the Sixties. The Sixties, 2 (2). pp. 145-161.


Dalton, P. (2008) Allegiance and intelligence in King Stephen’s Reign. In: Dalton, P. and White, G. J., eds. King Stephen's Reign (1135-1154). Woodbridge: Boydell Press. pp. 80-97 ISBN 9781843833611

Dalton, P. (2007) Monastic responses to war in King Stephen's reign: Selby Abbey and Pontefract Priory, Yorkshire. In: Cathedrals, Communities and Conflict, 7 - 9 December 2007, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.

Dalton, P. (2009) The Outlaw Hereward the Wake: His companions and enemies. In: Appleby, J. C. and Dalton, P., eds. Outlaws in Medieval England and Early Modern England: Crime, Government and Society, c.1066-1600. Farnham, UK: Ashgate. pp. 7-36 ISBN 9780754658931

Dalton, P. (2007) The date of Geoffrey Gaimar's Estoire des Engleis, the connections of his patrons, and the politics of Stephen's Reign. The Chaucer Review, 42 (1). pp. 23-47. ISSN 0009-2002.

Dalton, P. (2005) The topical concerns of Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia Regum Britannie: history, prophecy, peacemaking, and English identity in the Twelfth Century. Journal of British Studies, 44 (4). pp. 688-712. ISSN 1545-6986.

Dalton, P. and White, G. J., eds. (2008) King Stephen's reign (1135-1154). Woodbridge: Boydell Press. ISBN 9781843833611.

Durston, C. and Eales, J., eds. (1996) The culture of English Puritanism, 1560-1700. London, UK: Macmillan. ISBN 9780333597460.


Eales, J. (2008) 17th century Canterbury travellers and collectors: the context of the Bargrave Collection. In: Lecture, 25th October 2008, Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury.

Eales, J. (2001) Community and disunity: Kent and the English Civil Wars, 1640-1649. Whitstable, UK: Keith Dickson Books. ISBN 9781904163008.

Eales, J. (1992) Iconoclasm, iconography and the altar in the English civil war. In: Wood, D., ed. The Church and the Arts: Papers read at the 1990 Summer Meeting and the 1991 Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society. Studies in Church History (28). Oxford, UK; Cambridge Mass., USA: Blackwell Publishers. pp. 313-327 ISBN 0631180435

Eales, J. (2008) Kent and the English Civil Wars, 1640-1649. The Journal of Kent History, 66. pp. 2-5. ISSN 1366-0144.

Eales, J. (2001) Kent and the English Civil Wars, 1640-1660. In: Lansberry, F., ed. Government and Politics in Kent 1640-1914. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell and Brewer. pp. 1-32 ISBN 9780851155869

Eales, J. (2004) Kent in the Civil Wars and Commonwealth, 1642-1660. In: Lawson, T. and Killingray, D., eds. An Historical Atlas of Kent. Chichester: Phillimore. ISBN 9781860772559

Eales, J. (2009) Kent in the English Civil Wars 1640-1649. In: Kent in the English Civil Wars 1640-1649, Feb 2009, Charing History Society, Kent, UK.

Eales, J. (2009) Kent in the English Civil Wars 1640-1649. In: Kent in the English Civil Wars 1640-1649, Feb 2009, Wye History Society, Kent, UK.

Eales, J. (2008) National political culture and provincial preaching as a point of contact in early modern England. In: Early Modern Literature, Culture and Society Research Seminar, 15 October 2008, University of Birmingham.

Eales, J. (2001) Patriarchy, puritanism and politics: The letters of Lady Brilliana Harley (1598-1643). In: Daybell, J. and Brown, C., eds. Women's Letters and Letter Writing in England, 1450-1700. London: Palgrave. pp. 143-158 ISBN 0333945794

Eales, J. (2000) Politics and ideology in Kent, 1558-1640. In: Zell, M., ed. Early Modern Kent, 1540-1640. Suffolk, UK: Boydell and Brewer. ISBN 9780851155852

Eales, J. (2002) Provincial preaching and allegiance in the First English Civil War, 1640-1646. In: Cogswell, T., Cust, R. and Lake, P., eds. Politics, Religion and Popularity in Early Stuart Britain: Early Stuart Essays in Honour of Conrad Russell. Cambridge University Press. pp. 185-210 ISBN 052180700X

Eales, J. (1990) Puritans and Roundheads: the Harleys of Brampton Bryan and the outbreak of the English civil war. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521365120.

Eales, J. (1990) Samuel Clarke and the lives of godly women in seventeenth century England. In: Sheils, W. and Wood, D., eds. Women in the Church. Studies in Church History (27). Oxford: Blackwell. pp. 365-376 ISBN 9780631178392

Eales, J. (1989) Sir Robert Harley, K. B., (1579-1656) and the 'character' of a puritan. British Library Journal, 15. pp. 134-157. ISSN 0305-5167.

Eales, J. (2006) "So many sects and schisms": religion in Kent, 1640-1660. In: Durston, C. and Maltby, J., eds. Religion in Revolutionary England. Manchester University Press. pp. 226-248 ISBN 9780719064050

Eales, J. (1995) Thomas Pierson and the transmission of the moderate Puritan tradition. Midland History, 20. pp. 75-102. ISSN 0047-729X.

Eales, J. (2008) Thomas Traherne and royalism: influences and networks. In: Thomas Traherne Annual Lecture, October 2008, Hereford.

Eales, J. (2008) Thomas Wilson and parliament. In: 1648 Battle of Maidstone, April 2008, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Eales, J. (1998) Women in Early Modern England, 1500-1700. London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9781857282689.

Eales, J. (2000) Women, patriarchy and personal piety in early modern England. In: Women’s History Network Conference: Women and Religious Identities, 1500-1800, May, 2000, University College, Chichester.

Eales, J. (2000) The rise of ideological politics in Kent, 1558-1640. In: Zell, M., ed. Early Modern Kent, 1540-1640. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell and Brewer. pp. 279-314 ISBN 9780851155852

Eales, J. (1996) A road to revolution: The continuity of Puritanism, 1559-1642. In: Durston, C. and Eales, J., eds. The Culture of English Puritanism, 1560-1700. London, UK: Macmillan. pp. 184-209 ISBN 9780333597460

Eales, J. and Hopper, A., eds. (2012) The county community in seventeenth-century England and Wales. Explorations in Local and Regional History, 5. Hatfield: University of Hertfordshire Press. ISBN 9781907396700.

Evans, M. (1999) Corruption and vice: bodily decay in chronicle descriptions of the deaths of Anglo-Norman kings. In: International Medieval Congress, May,1999, University of Western Michigan, USA.

Evans, M. (1999) Cults of royal martyrs in late Medieval England. In: International Medieval Congress, July, 1999, University of Leeds.

Evans, M. (1999) In Scherwode Stode?: Robin Hood and regional identity. In: International Robin Hood Conference, July, 1999, University of Nottingham.

Evans, M. (2003) The communtation of crusading vows among non-combatants. In: Murray, A., ed. From Clermont to Jerusalem: The Crusades and Crusader societies, 1095-1453. Belgium: Brepols. pp. 219-228 ISBN 9782503506678

Evans, M. (1999) The death of Henry, the young king. In: Haskins Society Conference, November, 1999, Cornell University, USA.

Evans, M. (1996) A far from aristocratic affair: Poor and non-combatant crusaders from the Midlands, 1160-1300. Midland History, 21. pp. 23-36. ISSN 0047-729X.


Gavin, A. (1999) The autobiography of a horse?: Reading Anna Sewell's Black Beauty as autobiography. In: Hewitt, M., ed. Representing Victorian Lives. Leeds Centre working papers in Victorian studies; v. 2. Leeds: Trinity and All Saints, Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies. pp. 51-62 ISBN 0952563665

Goodrum, M. (2019) ‘Like a cinema when the last of the audience has gone and only the staff remain’: Biggles and (post )imperial heroism. In: Korte, B., Wendt, S. and Falkenhayner, N., eds. Heroism As A Global Phenomenon in Contemporary Culture. Routledge Studies in Cultural History. Routledge. ISBN 9780367206659

Greenwood, S. (2003) Coal and the origins of the Cold War: the British dilemma over coal supplies from the Ruhr, 1946. In: Hopkins, M. F., Kandiah, M. D. and Staerck, G., eds. Cold War Britain, 1945-1964: New Perspectives. London: Palgrave. pp. 143-154 ISBN 0333794826

Greenwood, S. (2002) Ernest Bevin: reluctant Cold warrior. In: Otte, T. G., ed. The Makers of British Foreign Policy: From Pitt to Thatcher. London: Palgrave. pp. 196-218 ISBN 033391579-8

Greenwood, S. (2004) 'Not the "general will" but the will of the general': the input of the Paris Embassy to the British "great debate" on Europe, summer 1960. Contemporary British History, 18 (3). pp. 177-188. ISSN 1361-9462.

Greenwood, S. (2005) "Not the 'general will' but the will of the general": the input of the Paris Embassy to the British 'great debate' on Europe, summer 1960. In: Johnson, G., ed. The Foreign Office and British Diplomacy in the Twentieth Century. Routledge. pp. 177-188 ISBN 0714656798

Greenwood, S. (1996) Sir Thomas Inskip as Minister for the Coordination of Defence, 1936-1939. In: Smith, P., ed. Government and the Armed Forces in Britain, 1856-1990. London: Hambledon Press. ISBN 1852851449

Greenwood, S. (2008) Titan at the foreign office: Gladwyn Jebb and the shaping of the modern world. History of International Relations, Diplomacy, and Intelligence, 5. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. ISBN 9789004169708.

Greenwood, S. (1993) The third force in the late 1940s. In: Brivati, B. and Jones, Harriet, eds. From Reconstruction to Integration: Britain and Europe Since 1945. Leicester University Press. pp. 59-70 ISBN 9780718514822

Greenwood, S. (2003) "A war we don't want": another look at the British Labour government's commitment in Korea, 1950-51. Contemporary British History, 17 (4). pp. 1-24. ISSN 1361-9462.

Grummitt, D. (2015) Henry VI. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415639934.

Grummitt, D. (2019) ‘Stond Hore Son and Yeld Thy Knyff’: urban politics, language and litigation in late medieval Canterbury. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. The Fifteenth Century. Boydell and Brewer. (In Press)


Hardy, L. (2007) A town unearthed. Local History, 115. pp. 18-23.

Hennessey, T. (2007) Commentary upon, 'Modern Irish Republicanism: the Product of British State Strategies' by Anthony McIntyre. In: McGrath, C. and O'Malley, E., eds. Irish Political Studies Reader: Key Contributions. London: Routledge. pp. 168-171 ISBN 0415446481

Hennessey, T. (2009) Did internment work? In: Political Studies Association, April 2009, Manchester, UK.

Hennessey, T. (1998) Dividing Ireland: World War One and Partition. London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780415198806.

Hennessey, T. (2009) Lessons from the Troubles. In: Round Table, Nov 2009, Policy Exchange, Westminster, London, UK.

Hennessey, T. (2005) Northern Ireland: the origins of the Troubles. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan. ISBN 0717133826.

Hennessey, T. (1997) A history of Northern Ireland 1920-1996. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN 9780312211127.

Hennessey, T. (2009) The missing dimension in the Northern Ireland Peace Process: IRA containment and British counter-insurgency/terrorism strategies. In: Political Studies Association of Ireland Peace and Conflict Specialist Group, May 2009, Dublin, Ireland.

Hennessey, T. (2009) The missing dimension in the Northern Ireland Peace Process: IRA containment and British counter-insurgency/terrorism strategies. In: Political Studies Association of Ireland, Oct 2009, Liverpool, UK.

Hennessey, T. (2009) The missing dimension: British State repression and the Northern Ireland Peace Process. In: European Federation and Conferences of Irish Studies, July 2009, Vienna, Austria.

Hennessey, T. and Thomas, C. (2009) Spooks: the unofficial history of MI5. Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK: Amberley Publishing. ISBN 9781848680791.

Hicks, L. (2018) A short history of the Normans. Chinese edition ed. Beijing: Chemical Industry Press. ISBN 9787122304711.

Hipkin, S. (1995) Buying time: fiscal policy at Rye, 1600-1640. Sussex Archaeological Collections, 133. pp. 241-254. ISSN 0143-8204.

Hipkin, S. (1995) Closing ranks: oligarchy and government at Rye, 1570-1640. Urban History, 22 (3). pp. 319-340. ISSN 0963-9268.

Hipkin, S. (2003) Property, economic interest and the configuration of rural conflict in sixteenth and seventeenth century England. Socialist History, 23. pp. 67-88. ISSN 0969-4331.

Hipkin, S. (2000) Sitting on his penny rent: conflict and right of common in Faversham Blean, 1595–1610. Rural History, 11 (01). p. 1. ISSN 0956-7933.

Hipkin, S. (2008) Tudor and Stuart Rye, 1500-1700. In: Sussex Archaeological Society Conference: The Tudor and Stuart Town in Sussex, c. 1500-1700, April 2008, Lewes.

Hipkin, S. (2002) "Why should one lack money while another hath plenty": The tales of two criminals in late-Elizabethan Kent. Southern History, 24. pp. 45-58. ISSN 0142-4688.

Hipkin, S. (1995) The impact of marshland drainage on Rye Harbour, 1550-1650. In: Eddison, J. and Gardiner, M., eds. Romney Marsh: The Debatable Ground. Oxford, UK: Oxford University School of Archaeology. pp. 138-147 ISBN 9780947816414

Hipkin, S. (1998) The maritime economy of Rye, 1560-1640. Southern History, 20/21. pp. 108-142.

Hipkin, S. (1998) The structure of land occupation in the level of Romney Marsh during the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. In: Eddison, J., Gardiner, M. and Long, A., eds. Romney Marsh: Environmental Change and Human Occupation in a Coastal Lowland. Oxford University School of Archaeology. pp. 147-163 ISBN 9780947816469

Hipkin, S. (2003) The structure of landownership and land occupation in the Romney Marsh Region, 1646-1834. Agricultural History Review, 51 (1). pp. 69-94. ISSN 0002-1490.

Hipkin, S. (2008) The structure, development, and politics of the Kent grain trade, 1552-1647. The Economic History Review, 61. pp. 99-139. ISSN 1468-0289.

Hipkin, S. (2002) The worlds of Daniel Langdon: public office and private enterprise in the Romney Marsh region in the early-eighteenth century. In: Long, A., Hipkin, S. and Clarke, H., eds. Romney Marsh: Coastal and Landscape Change Through the Ages. Oxford: University of Oxford, School of Archaeology. pp. 173-189 ISBN 0947816577

Hitchcock, D. (2018) 'He is the vagabond that hath no habitation in the Lord' the representation of Quakers as vagrants in interregnum England, 1650-1660. Cultural and Social History, 15 (1). pp. 21-37. ISSN 1478-0046.

Hitchcock, D. (2018) “Punishment is all the charity that the law affordeth them”: penal transportation, vagrancy, and the charitable impulse in the British Atlantic, c.1600-1750. New Global Studies, 12 (2). ISSN 1940-0004.

Humphries, A. F. (2012) ‘From the enchanted garden to the steps of my father’s house’: the dissentient child in early twentieth-century British fiction. In: Gavin, A. E., ed. The Child in British Literature: Literary Constructions of Childhood, Medieval to Contemporary. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 182-195 ISBN 9780230348271


Insley, C. (2003) Assemblies and charters in Late Anglo-Saxon England. In: Barnwell, P. and Mostert, M., eds. Political Assemblies in the Earlier Middle Ages. Studies in the Early Middle Ages (7). Turnhout: Brepols. pp. 47-60 ISBN 2503513417

Insley, C. (2005) Athelstan, charters and the English in Cornwall. In: Flanagan, M. T. and Green, Judith, eds. Charters and Charter Scholarship in Britain and Ireland. London: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 15-31 ISBN 9781403932174

Insley, C. (2003) Charters and episcopal scriptoria in the Anglo-Saxon South-West. Early Medieval Europe, 7 (2). pp. 173-197. ISSN 0963-9462.

Insley, C. (2006) Demonstrative kingship in late Anglo-Saxon charters. In: 13th Leeds International Medieval Congress, July 2006, Leeds, UK.

Insley, C. (2009) Kings and lords in conquest Cornwall. In: Institute of Historical Research, Jan 2009, Institute of Historical Research, London, UK.

Insley, C. (2008) Kings, lords, charters and the political culture of 12th century Wales. Anglo-Norman Studies, 30. pp. 133-153. ISSN 0954-9927.

Insley, C. (2007) Kings, lords, charters and the political culture of 12th century Wales. In: 30th Battle Conference of Anglo-Norman Historians, August 2007, University of Wales, Gregynog, UK.

Insley, C. (2008) Looking for charters that aren't there: lost Anglo-Saxon charters and archival footprints. In: 15th Leeds International Medieval Congress, July 2008, Leeds, UK.

Insley, C. (2009) Prostate kings: demonstrative kingship in late Anglo-Saxon charters. In: Symposium in Honour of Pauline Stafford, May 2009, Institute of Historical Research, London, UK.

Insley, C. (2007) Remembering communities past: Exeter Cathedral in the eleventh century. In: Cathedrals, Communities and Conflict, Dec 2007, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.

Insley, C. (2009) Southumbria. In: Stafford, P., ed. A Companion to the Early Middle Ages: Britain and Ireland c. 500-c. 1100. Chichester: Blackwell. pp. 322-340 ISBN 9781405106283

Insley, C., ed. (2007) Victoria County History of Northamptonshire volume VI: modern industry. Boydell and Brewer. ISBN 9781904356059.

Insley, C. (2006) The West-Wealas in the 10th century. In: 3rd Colloquium on Medieval Wales, Oct 2006, University of Wales, Bangor, UK.

Insley, C. (2002) Where did all the charters go? Anglo-Saxon charters and the new politics of the eleventh century. Anglo-Norman Studies, 24. pp. 109-128. ISSN 0954-9927.

Insley, C. (2003) The wilderness years of Llywelyn the Great. In: Britnell, R., Frame, R. and Prestwich, M., eds. Thirteenth Century England IX. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell and Brewer. pp. 163-174 ISBN 0851155758


Jones, T. (2004) Road. [Video]


King, A. and Plunkett, J., eds. (2004) Nineteenth-century popular media. Major Works Series. Routledge. ISBN 0415322502.


Meades, A. (2016) Arcade tales and play cultures. In: Centre for Research on Communities and Cultures Review: 2016, 1st June, 2016, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, UK.

Milton, J. (2016) The power of the object. In: Journey to the Memory, July 2016, The Beaney House of Arts and Knowledge, Canterbury.. [Performance]


Oakley-Brown, L. and Wilkinson, L., eds. (2009) The rituals and rhetoric of queenship: medieval to early modern. Dublin, Ireland: Four Courts Press Ltd. ISBN 9781846821783.

Overall, S. (2017) Mishtory Tour. In: Mishtory Tour, 9-10 Sept 2017, Huddersfield, UK. [Show/Exhibition] (Submitted)

Overall, S. (2016) Walk Like Wells. In: Walk Like Wells, 19 Nov 2016, Folkestone, Kent. [Show/Exhibition] (Submitted)

Overall, S. (2016) Walking Heritage: noon & night walk. Heritage Lottery Fund; BASH. (Unpublished)

Overall, S. (2017) Walkshop and soundshot - Wealden Literary Festival. In: Walkshop & Soundshot, 16th July 2017, Woodchurch TN26 3RA.

Overall, S. and Henley, L. (2018) Walking with women's suffrage in Margate. In: POW! Thanet, 6-11 March 2018, Margate. (Unpublished)


Prince, S. (2018) Against ethnicity: democracy, equality, and the Northern Irish conflict. Journal of British Studies. ISSN 0021-9371.

Prince, S. (2017) Conflict and violence in the early Northern-Irish troubles. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. Critical Contexts: Terrorism. Cambridge University Press. (In Press)

Prince, S. (2010) Constitutional and revolutionary politics within the Civil Rights Movement. In: Nic Dhaibheid, C. and Reid, C., eds. From Parnell to Paisley: Constitutional and Revolutionary Politics in Modern Ireland. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. ISBN 9780716530619

Prince, S. (2015) ‘Do what the Afro-Americans are doing’: Black Power and the start of the Northern Ireland Troubles. Journal of Contemporary History, 50 (3). pp. 516-535. ISSN 0022-0094.

Prince, S. (2011) Narrative and the start of the Northern Irish Troubles: Ireland's revolutionary tradition in comparative perspective. Journal of British Studies, 50 (4). pp. 941-964. ISSN 0021-9371.

Prince, S. and Warner, G. (2011) Belfast and Derry in revolt: a new history of the start of The Troubles. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. ISBN 071652998X.


Ruane, K. (1998) Anthony Eden's fear of ''Fortess America'': Britain, America and the demise of the European Defence Community, 1953-54. In: 3rd Pan-European Conference on International Relations, 1998, Wirtschaftsuniversität, Vienna.

Ruane, K. (1994) Anthony Eden, British diplomacy and the origins of the Geneva Conference of 1954. The Historical Journal, 37 (1). pp. 153-172. ISSN 0018-246X.

Ruane, K. (1999) Anthony Eden, the Foreign Office and Anglo-French relations, 1951-1954. In: Sharp, A. and Stone, G., eds. Anglo-French Relations in the Twentieth Century: Rivalry and Cooperation. London, UK: Routledge. pp. 280-300 ISBN 9780415172929

Ruane, K. (1998) Historians and the Vietnam War: the unending debate. In: The Historical Association (Canterbury Branch), 1998, King's School, Canterbury.

Ruane, K. (1995) Refusing to pay the price: British foreign-policy and the pursuit of victory in Vietnam, 1952-54. English Historical Review, 110 (435). pp. 70-92.

Ruane, K. and Ellison, J. (2004) Managing the Americans: Anthony Eden, Harold Macmillan and the pursuit of 'power-by-proxy' in the 1950s. Contemporary British History, 18 (3). pp. 147-167. ISSN 1361-9462.


Scoffham, S. (1993) Houses in Canterbury: examples of five hundred years of local homes. Canterbury: Canterbury Urban Studies Centre. ISBN 1872930077.

Seaman, A. (2016) Religion in Britannia in the Fifth and Sixth centuries AD. Desperta Ferro Ancient and Medieval History, 36. ISSN 2171-9276.

Smith, R. J. (2001) Henry II's heir: the acta and seal of Henry the Young King, 1170-83. The English Historical Review, 116 (466). pp. 297-326. ISSN 0013-8266.

Smith, R. J. (1998) The Swanscombe legend and the historiography of Kentish gavelkind. In: Utz, R. and Shippey, T., eds. Medievalism in the Modern World: Essays in Honour of Leslie J. Workman. Belgium: Brepols. pp. 85-103 ISBN 9782503501666

Smyth, A. P. (1995) King Alfred the Great. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198229896.

Sweetinburgh, S. (2018) Fishermen and their families in late medieval and Tudor Kent. In: Jowitt, C., Lambert, C. and Mentz, S., eds. The Routledge Research Companion to Marine and Maritime Worlds, 1400-1800: Oceans in Global History and Culture. Routledge. (In Press)

Sweetinburgh, S. (2018) Neighbours across the religious divide: coping with difference in Henrician Kent. In: Kane, B. and Sandall, S., eds. The Experience of Neighbourliness in Europe, c.1000-1600. Routledge. (In Press)

Sweetinburgh, S. (2018) Religious women in the landscape: their roles in medieval Canterbury and its hinterland. In: Blud, V., Heath, D. and Klafter, J., eds. Gender: Places, Spaces and Thresholds. London: Institute of Historical Research. pp. 8-18 ISBN 9781909646841

Sweetinburgh, S. (2017) Those who marched with Faunt: reconstructing the Canterbury rebels of 1471. Southern History, 39. ISSN 0142-4688. (In Press)

Sweetinburgh, S. (2018) 'Writing the town in mid-fifteenth-century Sandwich: the contribution of John Serle, common clerk'. In: Bartram, C., ed. Kentish Book Culture: Writing and reading in the Provinces 1400-1660. Peter Lang. ISBN 9781787074668 (In Press)


Tennant, M. (2017) The Police that never was: Peel, Melbourne and the Cheshire Constabulary, 1829-1856. In: Open University Criminal Justice History Seminar Series, 24 March 2017, The Open University.

Thomson, S. and Bintley, M., eds. (2016) Sensory perception in the Medieval West. Turnhout: Brepols.


Vincent, N. (2002) England and the Albigensian Crusade. In: Weiler, B. and Rowlands, I., eds. England and Europe in the Reign of Henry III (1216-1272). Ashgate. pp. 67-97 ISBN 9780754604679

Vincent, N., ed. (1994) English episcopal acta: Winchester, 1205-38. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780197261309.

Vincent, N. (1998) Goffredo de Prefetti and the Church of Bethlehem in England. The Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 49 (2). pp. 213-235. ISSN 0022-0469.

Vincent, N. (2002) Henry III. History Today, 52 (6). pp. 11-17. ISSN 0018-2753.

Vincent, N. (1992) Hugh de Neville and his prisoners. Archives, 20 (88). pp. 190-197.

Vincent, N. (2001) King Henry II and the monks of battle: the battle chronicle unmasked. In: Gameson, R. and Leyser, H., eds. Belief and Culture in the Middle Ages: Studies Presented to Henry Mayr-Harting. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 264-286 ISBN 9780198208013

Vincent, N. (2002) Master Elias of Dereham (d. 1245): a reassessment. In: Barron, C. and Stratford, J., eds. The Church and Learning in Later Medieval Society: Essays in Honour of R.B. Dobson. Harlaxton Medieval Studies (11). Donington: Shaun Tyas. pp. 128-159 ISBN 9781900289528

Vincent, N. (1997) Medieval cartularies: additions and corrections. Monastic Research Bulletin, 3. pp. 7-38. ISSN 1361-3022.

Vincent, N. (1998) Medieval cartularies: further additions. Monastic Research Bulletin, 4. pp. 6-13. ISSN 1361-3022.

Vincent, N. (1996) New light on Master Alexander of Swerford (d. 1246): the career and connections of an Oxfordshire civil servant. Oxoniensia, LXI. pp. 297-309. ISSN 0308–5562.

Vincent, N. (1992) Simon de Montfort's first quarrel with King Henry III. In: Coss, P. and Lloyd, S., eds. Thirteenth Century England IV: Proceedings of the Newcastle upon Tyne Conference 1991. Boydell and Brewer. pp. 167-177 ISBN 9780851153254

Vincent, N. (2002) Some pardoners’ tales: the earliest English indulgences. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 12. pp. 23-58. ISSN 0080-4401.

Vincent, N. (1997) Twyford under the Bretons 1066-1250. Nottingham Medieval Studies, XLI. pp. 80-99. ISSN 0078-2122.

Vincent, N. (1999) Warin and Henry FitzGerald, the King’s Chamberlains: the origins of the FitzGeralds revisited. Anglo-Norman Studies, 21. pp. 233-260. ISSN 0954-9927.

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