Posted by 22 June, 2016
In the search through the generally mundane entries of the plea rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews, records which tend to recall debts owed, monies paid or contentions arising from these sorts of activities, one occasionally finds an entry that stands out from the rest. That was certainly the [...]
Posted by 2 June, 2016
We had a fascinating time in the US this May as the Women and Justice project convened a session at the 51st International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo in order to examine the legal experiences of women from medieval Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Ranging across several different legal jurisdictions, [...]