Recent Publications

Andrew Cecchinato:

— Madison, James (1751-1836), in Encyclopedia of Diplomacy, edited by Gordon Martel, vol. III, Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, 2018, pp. 1181-1183.

Emanuele Conte:

‘Modena 1182: the origins of a new paradigm of ownership. The interface between historical contingency and the scholarly invention of legal categories’, Glossae. European Journal of Legal History 15 (2018), 5-18.

‘Laici, giuristi, umanisti. Ronald Witt e l’Italia medievale’, in Quellen und Forschungen aus italienischen Archiven und Bibliotheken, 98 (2018), 273-283.

— ‘Lapse of Time in Medieval Laws: Procedure, Prescription, Presumptions, Custom’, in Limitation and Prescription. A Comparative Legal History, ed. H. Dondorp, D. Ibbetson, E. Schrage, Berlin, Duncker & Humbolt 2019 (Comparative Studies in Continental and Anglo-American Legal History, ed. Helmholz, Reimann, Vogenhauer, Zimmermann, 33), pp. 69-89.

(ed., with Laurent Mayali) A Cultural History of Law in the Middle Ages (London and New York, 2019).

Will Eves:

— ‘Absent Recognitors and the Angevin Legal Reforms c.1200’, in Travis R. Baker, ed., Law and Society in Later Medieval England and Ireland: Essays in Honour of Paul Brand (Routledge, 2017), 1-24.

— ‘Threats and Intimidation in Anglo-Norman Legal Disputes’, in Kate Gilbert and Steven D. White, eds, Vengeance, Violence Emotions and Law in the Middle Ages: Essays in Honor of William I. Miller (Brill, 2018), 80-102.

‘Common Law’, in The Routledge Medieval Encyclopedia Online (forthcoming, Routledge, 2019).

John Hudson:

— The Formation of the English Common Law: Law and Society in England from the King Alfred to Magna Carta, (Routledge, 2017).

— ‘Emotions in the early Common Law (c. 1166-1215)’, Journal of Legal History 38 (2017), 130-54.

— ‘The place of Henry I in English legal history’, Haskins Society Journal 28 (2017), 63-81.

‘Reading terminology in the sources of the early Common Law: Seisin, simple and not so simple’, in English Legal History and its Sources: Essays in Honour of Sir John Baker, ed. D. Ibbetson, N. Jones, and N. Ramsay (Cambridge, 2019), pp. 79-99.

Sarah White:

— ‘Legal Arguments and Citations in the 13th-Century Court of Canterbury,’ Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Congress of Medieval Canon Law: Paris, 17-23 July 2016 (Citta del Vaticano: Biblioteca apostolica vaticana). Forthcoming.

— ‘Thomas Wolf c. Richard de Abingdon, c. 1293-1295: A Case Study of Legal Argument,’ Journal of Ecclesiastical History. Accepted, forthcoming.