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Medieval Ecclesiastical History

RUSSELL, J. C. “The Clerical Population of Medieval England.” TR 2 (1944): 177–212.

DONNELLY, J. S. “Changes in the Grange Economy of English and Welsh Cistercian Abbeys, 1300–1540.” TR 10 (1954): 399–458.

CONSTABLE, G. “The Disputed Election at Langres in 1138.” TR 13 (1957): 119–52.

BRENTANO, R. “The Bishops’ Book of Città di Castello.” TR 16 (1960): 241–54.

COLKER, M. L. “Anecdota Medievalia.” TR 17 (1961): 469–81.

MORRISON, K. F. “Canossa: A Revision.” TR 18 (1962): 121–48.

FOWLER, D. C. “New Light on John Trevisa.” TR 18 (1962): 289–318.

LEVY, B. “The Oldest Inventory of St. Nicholas of Bari.” TR 21 (1965): 363–82.

KELLEY, D. R. “Fides Historiae: Charles Dumoulin and the Gallican View of History.” TR 22 (1966): 347–402.

SCHOLZ, B. W. “Eadmer’s Life of Bregwine, Archbishop of Canterbury, 761–764.” TR 22 (1966): 127–48.

AHERNE, C. M. “Late Visigothic Bishops: Their Schools and the Transmission of Culture.”  TR 22 (1966): 435–43.

STRITTMATTER, A. “A Corpus Consuetudinum Monasticarum (CCM), I–V.” TR 25 (1969): 431–56.

BARROW, G. W. S. “Angerius Brito, Cathensis Episcopus.” TR 26 (1970): 351.

TREXLER, R. C. “The Bishop’s Portion: Generic Pious Legacies in the Late Middle Ages.” TR 28 (1972): 397–450.

GORSUCH, E. N. “Mismanagement and Ecclesiastical Visitation of English Monasteries in the Early Fourteenth-Century.” TR 28 (1972): 473–82.

RICHTER, M. “Gerald of Wales: A Reassessment on the 750th Anniversary of His Death.” TR 29 (1973): 379–90.

PASCOE, L. B. “Jean Gerson: The ‘Ecclesia Primitiva’ and Reform.” TR 30 (1974): 379–410.

McDERMOTT, W. C. “Felix of Nantes: A Merovingian Bishop.” TR 31 (1975): 1–24.

SUTHERLAND, J. N. “The Mission to Constantinople in 968 and Liudprand of Cremona.” TR 31 (1975): 55–82.

WALSH, K. “Archbishop FitzRalph and the Friars at the Papal Court in Avignon, 1357–1360.” TR 31 (1975): 223–46.

ROBINSON, I. S. “The ‘Colores Rhetorici’ in the Investiture Contest.” TR 32 (1976): 209–38.

CONSTABLE, G. “Monasticism, Lordship, and Society in the Twelfth-Century Hesbaye: Five Documents on the Foundation of the Cluniac Priory of Bertrée.” TR 33 (1977): 159–224.

WALDMAN, T. G. “Abbot Suger and the Nuns of Argenteuil.” TR 41 (1985): 239–72.

KERSY-FULTON, K. “Hildegard of Bingen and Anti-Mendicant Propaganda.” TR 43 (1987): 386–99.

BROWN, E. A. R., and R. E. LERNER. “On the Origins and Import of the Columbinus Prophecy.” TR 45 (1989): 219–56.

CROSS, J. E. “Atto of Vercelli, De pressuris ecclesiasticis, Archbishop Wulfstan and Wulfstan’s Commonplace Book.” TR 48 (1993): 237–46.

LEWIS, S. “Henry III and the Gothic Rebuilding of Westminster Abbey: The Problematics of Context.” TR 50 (1995): 129–72.

NEWLANDS, C. E. “Bede and Images of St. Cuthbert.” TR 52 (1997): 73–109.

WHALEN, B. “Rethinking the Schism of 1054: Authority, Heresy, and the Latin Rite.” TR 62 (2007): 1–24.

DEMPSEY, G. T.  “Aldhelm of Malmesbury and High Ecclesiasticism in a Barbarian Kingdom.”  TR 63 (2008): 47–88.

VANDERPUTTEN, S., AND B. MEIJNS. “Realities of Reformist Leadership in Early Eleventh-Century Flanders: The Case of Leduin, Abbot of Saint-Vaast.” TR 65 (2010): 47–74.

BURGESS, R. W.  “The Date, Purpose, and Historical Context of the Original Greek and the Latin Translation of the So-called Excerpta Latina Barbari.”  TR 68 (2013): 1–56.

FOREY, A. J.  “Western Converts to Islam (Later Eleventh to Later Fifteenth Centuries).”  TR 68 (2013): 153–231.

FEBERT, H. L.  “The Poor Sisters of Söflingen: Religious Corporations as Property Litigants, 1310–1317.”  TR 68 (2013): 327–433.

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