Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Recent Books by Haskins Society Friends and Members

Recent Books:
We are happy to announce that the following books, written by our members, friends and conference attendees, have recently appeared or are now in press.  If you click on the titles of any of these books and order them through Amazon, The Haskins Society will be paid a small commission, which we will use to keep the conference affordable for our graduate student members.


• Emilie Amt and S.D. Church, eds., Dialogus de Scaccario, and the Constitutio Domus Regis (Oxford Univeristy Press: 2007)

Cordelia Beattie and Kirsten A. Fenton, eds., Intersections of Gender, Religion and Ethnicity in the Middle Ages (Palgrave Macmillan: 2010)

• Helen Birkett, The Saints' Lives of Jocelin of Furness: Hagiography, Patronage and Ecclesiastical Politics (York Medieval Press: 2010)

• Brigitte Bedos-Rezak, When Ego was Imago: Signs of Identity in the Middle Ages (Brill: 2010)

• Mary Berg and Howard Jones, Norman Churches in the Canterbury Diocese (The History Press: 2009)


• Warren Brown, Marios Costambeys, Matthew Innes, and Adam Kosto, eds., Documentary Culture and the Laity in the Early Middle Ages (Cambridge: 2012)

• Matilda Tomaryn Bruckner, Chrétien Continued: A Study of the Conte du Graal and its Verse Continuation (Oxford University Press: 2009)

• Janet Burton and Julie Kerr, The Cistercians in the Middle Ages (Boydell and Brewer: 2011) 

• Janet Burton and Karen Stöber, ed., The Regular Canons in the Medieval British Isles (Brepols: 2012) 

Martin Carver, Archaeological Investigation (Routledge: 2010)

Martin Carver, The Birth of a Borough: An Archaeological Study of Anglo-Saxon Stafford (Boydell: 2010)

• Martin Carver, Portmahomack: Monastery of the Picts (Edinburgh University Press: 2008)

• Martin Carver, Catherine Hills, and Jonathan Scheschkewitz, Wasperton: A Roman, British and Anglo-Saxon Community in Central England (Boydell: 2009)

• Elizabeth Coatsworth and Gale R. Owen-Crocker, Medieval Textiles of the British Isles c. 450-1100: an Annotated Bibliography, BAR, Brit. Ser., 445 (Archaeopress: 2007)

• John Cotts, The Clerical Dilemma: Peter of Blois and Literate Culture in the Twelfth Century (Catholic University of America: 2009)

• Carol Davidson Cragoe, How to Read Buildings: A Crash Course in Architecture (Rizzoli: 2008)

• David Crouch and K. Thompson, eds., Normandy and Its Neighbours, 900–1250: Essays for David Bates (Brepols: 2012)

• Rees Davies, Lords and Lordship in the British Isles in the Late Middle Ages, ed. Brendan Smith (Oxford: 2009)



• Kirsten A. Fenton, Gender, Nation and Conquest in the Works of William of Malmesbury (Boydell and Brewer: 2008)

Sean L. Field, The Beguine, the Angel, and the Inquisitor: The Trials of Marguerite Porete and Guiard of Cressonessart (University of Notre Dame Press: 2012)

• Robin Fleming, Britain after Rome (Penguin: UK, 2010; US, 2011)

• Paul Freedman, Out of the East: Spices and the Medieval Imagination (Yale University Press: 2009)

• M. Celia Gaposchkin, The Making of Saint Louis: Kingship, Sanctity and Crusade in the Later Middle Ages (Cornell: paperback edn, 2010)

• M. Cecilia Gaposchkin, translations with Phyllis B. Katz, Blessed Louis, the Most Glorious of Kings: Texts Relating to the Cult of Saint Louis of France (Notre Dame: forthcoming)

• Mary Frances Giandrea, Episcopal Culture in Late Anglo-Saxon England (Boydell: 2007)


• Judith Green, Henry I: King of England and Duke of Normandy (Cambridge University Press: 2009)

• Ruth Harwood-Cline, trans., The Life of Blessed Bernard of Tiron (Catholic University of America: 2009)

• Paul Antony Hayward, ed., The Winchcombe and Coventry Chronicles: Hitherto Unnoticed Witnesses to the Work of John of Worcester, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 373, 2 vols. (Tempe, AZ: 2010)

• Samantha Kahn Herrick, Imagining the Sacred Past: Hagiography and Power in Early Normandy (Harvard University Press: 2007)

• John Hudson, The Oxford History of the Laws of England, volume 2 (Oxford: 2012)

• Stephen Jaeger, Magnificence and the Sublime in Medieval Aesthetics: Art, Architecture, Literature, Music (Palgrave: 2010)

• Stephen Jaeger, Enchantment: On Charisma in Art, Literature, and Film (University of Pennsylvania Press: 2011)

• Karen Jankulak, Geoffrey of Monmouth (Cardiff: 2010)


• Katherine L. Jansen, ed., Medieval Italy: Texts in Translation (University of Pennsylvania: 2009)

Karen Louise Jolly, The Community of St. Cuthbert in the Late Tenth Century: The Chester-le-Street Additions to Durham Cathedral Library A.IV.19 (Ohio State University Press: 2012)

Edmund King, King Stephen (Yale: 2010)

• Adam J. Kosto, Hostages in the Middle Ages (Oxford: forthcoming July, 2012)

•Janet S. Loengard, ed., Magna Carta and the England of King John (Boydell: 2010)

• Kimberly A. LoPrete, Adela of Blois: Countess and Lord (c.1067-1137)  (Four Courts Press: 2007)


Graham Loud, Roger II and the Creation of the Kingdom of Sicily (Manchester: 2012)

Stephen Morillo, Mapping the Patterns of World History, Volume One: to 1600 (Oxford: 2012) 

Stephen Morillo, Mapping the Patterns of World History, Volume Two: Since 1400 (Oxford: 2012) 

• Marc Morris, The Norman Conquest (Hutchinson: 2012)

Cynthia Neville, Land, Law and People in Medieval Scotland (Edinburgh University Press: 2010)

• Cynthia J. Neville and Grant G. Simpson, eds., Regesta Regum Scottorum IV, Pt 1: The Acts of Alexander III King of Scots 1249-1286 (Edinburgh: 2012) 

• Bruce O'Brien, Reversing Babel: Translation Among the English During an Age of Conquests, c. 800 to c. 1200 (University of Delaware: 2011)

• Gale R. Owen-Crocker, The Four Funerals in Beowulf (Manchester University Press: 2009)

• Gale R. Owen-Crocker and Robin Netherton, eds., Medieval Clothing and Textiles, 5 (Boydell: 2009)

• Gale R. Owen-Crocker, ed., Working with Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts (Exeter University Press: 2009)

• Maren Clegg Hyer and Gale R. Owen-Crocker, eds., The Material Culture of Daily Living in Anglo-Saxon England (Exeter: 2011)

• Gale R. Owen-Crocker, Elizabeth Coatsworth and Maria Hayward Encyclopaedia of Dress and Textiles in the British Isles c. 450-1450 (Brill: 2012)
 
• Lahney Preston-Matto, Aislinge meic Conglinne/ The Vision of Mac Conglinne (Syracuse University Press, 2010)

• David A. Postles, Missed Opportunities: Religious Houses and the Laity in the English "High Middle Ages" (New Academia: 2009)

• Joelle Quaghebeur and Sylvain Soleil, eds., Le pouvoir et la foi au Moyen Age en Bretagne et dans l'Europe de l'Ouest. Melanges en memoire du professeur Hubert Guillotel (Rennes: 2010)


• Jeff Rider and Alan V. Murray, eds., Galbert of Bruges and the Historiography of Medieval Flanders (Catholic University of America: 2009)

• Christine Senecal, Catherine Clay and Chandrika Paul, Envisioning Women in World History, vol 1: from Prehistory to 1500 (McGraw-Hill: 2008)

• Brendan Smith, ed., Ireland and the English World in the Late Middle Ages (Palgrave: 2009)

• Pauline Stafford, ed., A Companion to the Early Middle Ages: Britain and Ireland c. 500-1100 (Wiley: 2009)

• Charles D. Stanton, Norman Naval Operations in the Mediterranean (Boydell: 2011)

• Ian Short, trans., Geffrei Gaimar, Estoire des Engleis: History of the English (Oxford: 2009)

• Susanna Throop and Paul Hyams, eds., Vengeance in the Middle Ages: Emotion, Religion and Feud (Ashgate: 2010)

• Ralph V. Turner, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Queen of France, Queen of England (Yale: 2009)


• Belle S. Tuten and Tracey L. Billado, eds., Feud, Violence and Practice: Essays in Medieval Studies in Honor of Stephen D. White (Ashgate: 2010)

• Elisabeth Van Houts and Patricia Skinner, eds. and trans., Medieval Writings about Women in Secular Life (Penguin: in press)

• Steven Vanderputten, Reform as Process: Realities and Representations of Monastic Development in Medieval Flanders (c. 900–c. 1100) (Cornell: forthcoming, May, 2013)

• Sally N. Vaughn and Jay Rubenstein, eds., Teaching and Learning in Northern Europe, 1000-1200 (Brepols: 2007)

• Sally N. Vaughn, Archbishop Anselm 1093-1109: Bec Missionary, Canterbury Primate, Patriarch of Another World (Ashgate: 2012)

• Bruce L. Venarde, ed. and trans., The Rule of Saint Benedict
(Harvard University Press: 2011)
• Alex Woolf, From Pictland to Alba: Scotland, 789-1070 (Edinburgh University Press: 2007)


• Suzanne M. Yeager, Jerusalem in Medieval Narrative (Cambridge University Press: 2008)
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