i) In Progress: William Longbeard's Long Beard: Crusading Rhetoric, the Apocalypse and the Politics of the Poor in Medieval England
. ii) In Print: Bridges, Law and Power in Medieval England, 700-1400
(Boydell and Brewer, 2006)
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ed. Robert Berkhofer, Alan Cooper and Adam Kosto (Ashgate, 2005), pp. 1-7 (more information here
"Protestations of Ignorance in Domesday Book" in Experience of Power
, ed. Berkhofer, Cooper and Kosto, pp. 169-81.
"The Rise and Fall of the Anglo-Saxon Law of the Highway," Haskins Society Journal
12 (2002), 39-69 (Bethell Prize Winner).
"Extraordinary Privilege: The Trial of Penenden Heath and the Domesday Inquest," English Historical Review
116 (2001), 1167-92.
"'The Feet of those that bark shall be cut off': Timorous Historians and the Personality of Henry I," Anglo-Norman Studies
23 (2000), 47-67.
"The King's Four Highways: Legal Fiction meets Fictional Law," Journal of Medieval History
26 (2000), 351-70. Reviews in Speculum
and Medieval Review