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Bintley, M. (2017) 'How deserted lies the city, once so full of people': the reclamation of intramural space in Anglo-Saxon lIterature. In: Boulton, M., Hawkes, J. and Stoner, H., eds. Place and Space in the Medieval World. New York: Routledge. pp. 63-73 ISBN 9781138220201

Bintley, M. (2015) Trees in the religions of early medieval England. Martlesham: Boydell Press. ISBN 9781843839897.

Bintley, M. (2015) Where are the wīcs in Old English poetry? In: Boulton, M., Hawkes, J. and Herman, M., eds. The Art, Literature and Material Culture of the Medieval World: Transition, Transformation and Taxonomy. Dublin: Four Courts Press. ISBN 9781846825613

Bintley, M. (2015) Where the wild things are in Old English poetry. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. Representing Beasts in Early Medieval England and Scandinavia. Boydell Press. ISBN 9781783270088

Bintley, M. and Shapland, M. (2013) Introduction to Trees and timber in the Anglo-Saxon world. In: Bintley, M. and Shapland, M., eds. Trees and Timber in the Anglo-Saxon World. Medieval History and Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199680795

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


Connell, A. (2013) Richard, Earl of Cornwall: rebel to Royalist 1225 to 1247. M.A. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Dalton, P. (2011) Ecclesiastical responses to war in King Stephen's reign: the communities of Selby Abbey, Pontefract Priory and York Cathedral. In: Dalton, P., Insley, C. and Wilkinson, L., eds. Cathedrals, Communities and Conflict in the Anglo-Norman World. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. pp. 131-149 ISBN 9781843836209

Dalton, P. (2015) William the peacemaker: the submission of the English to the Duke of Normandy, October 1066-January 1067. In: Dalton, P. and Luscombe, D., eds. Rulership an Rebellion in the Anglo-Norman World, c.1066-c.1216: Essays in Honour of Professor Edmund King. Farnham: Ashgate. pp. 21-44 ISBN 9781472413734

Dalton, P. (2012) The accession of King Henry I, August 1100. Viator, 43 (2). pp. 79-109. ISSN 0083-5897.

Dalton, P. and Luscombe, D., eds. (2015) Rulership and rebellion in the Anglo-Norman world, c.1066-c.1216: essays in Honour of Professor Edmund King. Farnham: Ashgate. ISBN 9781472413734.


Jobson, A. (2018) William of Haverhill (d.1252): administrator. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Jobson, A. (2016) The maritime theatre, 1258-1267. In: Jobson, A., ed. Baronial Reform and Revolution in England, 1258-1257. 21 October 2016: Boydell Press. pp. 218-236 ISBN 9781843834670

Jobson, A., Jobson, A., ed. (2016) Baronial reform and revolution in England, 1258-1267. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press. ISBN 9781843834670.


Kersey, H. (2017) Aristocratic female inheritance and property holding in thirteenth-century England. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

Kersey, H. (2014) Isabella de Forz: a woman in the age of baronial reform and rebellion, 1237-1293. M.A. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.


North, R. and Bintley, M., eds. (2016) Andreas: an edition. Liverpool University Press. ISBN 9781781382714.


Sweetinburgh, S. (2008) The Austin Friars in late medieval Canterbury: negotiating spaces. In: Burton, J. and Stober, K., eds. Monasteries and Society in the British Isles in the Later Middle Ages. Woodbridge: Boydell. pp. 197-210 ISBN 9781843833864

Sweetinburgh, S. (2011) Caught in the cross-fire: patronage and institutional politics in late twelfth-century Canterbury. In: Dalton, P., Insley, C. and Wilkinson, L., eds. Cathedrals, Communities and Conflict in the Anglo-Norman World. Woodbridge: Boydell. pp. 187-202 ISBN 9781843836209

Sweetinburgh, S. (2004) Clothing the naked in late medieval Kent. In: Richardson, C., ed. Clothing Culture, 1300-1600. Aldershot: Ashgate. pp. 109-121 ISBN 0754638421

Sweetinburgh, S., ed. (2016) Early medieval Kent, 800-1220. Woodbridge: Boydell. ISBN 9780851155838.

Sweetinburgh, S. (2009) Eternal town servants: civic elections and the Stuppeny tombs of New Romney and Lydd. In: Bruun, M. and Glaser, S., eds. Negotiating Heritage: Memories of the Middle Ages. Turnhout: Brepols. pp. 149-172 ISBN 9782503527949

Sweetinburgh, S. (2011) Hythe's butcher-graziers: townsmen in the late medieval English countryside. In: Dyer, C., Hopper, A., Lord, E. and Tringham, N., eds. New Directions in Local History since Hoskins. Hatfield: University of Hertfordshire Press. pp. 98-113 ISBN 9781907396120

Sweetinburgh, S. (2003) Joining the sisters: female inmates in the late medieval hospitals of east Kent. Archaeologia Cantiana, 123. pp. 17-40. ISSN 0066-5894.

Sweetinburgh, S. (2010) Kentish hospitals during the late Middle Ages. In: Sweetinburgh, S., ed. Later Medieval Kent, 1220-1540. Woodbridge: Boydell. pp. 111-136 ISBN 9780851155845

Sweetinburgh, S. (2010) Kentish towns: urban culture and the parish in later medieval Kent. In: Sweetinburgh, S., ed. Later Medieval Kent, 1220-1540. Woodbridge: Boydell. pp. 137-165 ISBN 9780851155845

Sweetinburgh, S. (2006) Mayor-making and other ceremonies: shared uses of sacred space among the Kentish Cinque Ports. In: Trio, P. and De Smet, M., eds. The Use and Abuse of Sacred Places in Late Medieval Towns. Leuvan: Leuvan University Press. pp. 165-188 ISBN 9789058675194

Sweetinburgh, S. (2010) Overcoming disaster? Farming practices on Christ Church Priory's marshland manors in the early 14th century. In: Waller, M., Edwards, E. and Barber, L., eds. Romney Marsh: Persistence and Change in a Coastal Lowland. Sevenoaks: Romney Marsh Research Trust. pp. 97-115 ISBN 9780956657503

Sweetinburgh, S. (2013) Pilgrimage in 'an Age of Plague': Seeking Canterbury's 'hooly blisful martir' in 1420 and 1470. In: Clark, L. and Rawcliffe, C., eds. The Fifteenth Century XII: Society in an Age of Plague. Woodbridge: Boydell. pp. 57-77 ISBN 9781843838753

Sweetinburgh, S. (2014) Placing the hospital: the production of St Lawrence's hospital registers in fifteenth-century Canterbury. In: Clark, L., ed. The Fifteenth Century XIII: Exploring the Evidence: Commemoration, Administration and the Economy. Woodbridge: Boydell. pp. 109-129 ISBN 9781843839446

Sweetinburgh, S. (2010) Remembering the dead at dinner-time. In: Hamling, T. and Richardson, C., eds. Everyday Objects: Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture and its Meanings. Aldershot: Ashgate. pp. 257-266 ISBN 9780754666370

Sweetinburgh, S. (2007) Royal patrons and local benefactors: the experiences of the hospitals of St Mary at Ospringe and Dover in the thirteenth century. In: Jamroziak, E. and Burton, J., eds. Religious and Laity in Western Europe 1000-1400: Interaction, Negotiation, and Power. Turnhout: Brepols. pp. 111-129 ISBN 9782503520674

Sweetinburgh, S. (2006) Strategies of inheritance among Kentish fishing communities in the later Middle Ages. The History of the Family, 11 (2). pp. 93-105. ISSN 1081-602X.

Sweetinburgh, S. (2002) Supporting the Canterbury hospitals: benefaction and the language of charity in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Archaeologia Cantiana, 122. pp. 237-258. ISSN 0066-5894.

Sweetinburgh, S. (2014) To move the mind: scenes from Christ's life on Faversham's painted pillar. In: Kelly, S. and Perry, R., eds. Devotional Culture in Late Medieval England and Europe. Turnhout: Brepols. pp. 291-314 ISBN 9782503549354

Sweetinburgh, S. (2004) Wax, stone and iron: Dover's town defences in the later Middle Ages. Archaeologia Cantiana, 124. pp. 183-208. ISSN 0066-5894.

Sweetinburgh, S. (2004) The role of the hospital in medieval England: gift-giving and the spiritual economy. Dublin: Four Courts. ISBN 1851827943.

Sweetinburgh, S. (2011) The social structure of New Romney as revealed in the 1381 Poll Tax returns. Archaeologia Cantiana, 131. pp. 1-22. ISSN 0066-5894.

Sweetinburgh, S. (2015) A tale of two mazers: negotiating relationships at Kentish medieval hospitals'. Archaeologia Cantiana, 136.


Wilkinson, L. (2015) Women in English local government: sheriffs, castellans and foresters. In: Wilkinson, L. and Crook, D., eds. The Growth of Royal Government under Henry III. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. pp. 212-226 ISBN 9781783270675

Wilkinson, L. and Crook, D., eds. (2015) The growth of royal government under Henry III. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. ISBN 9781793270675.

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