Emeritus Prof. Derek John KEENE

2016
‘Introduction: Segregation, Zoning and Assimilation in Medieval Towns’, in Derek Keene, Balázs Nagy and Katalin Szende (eds.), Segregation – Integration – Assimilation: Religious and Ethnic Groups in the Medieval Towns of Central and Eastern Europe (Farnham, 2009; paperback, London and New York, 2016), pp. 1-13.

2015
‘Not the Royal Exchange’, London Topographical Record 31 (2015), pp. 107-20.

‘Old Windsor’, in The British Historic Towns Atlas, vol. IV Windsor and Eton, pp. 5-17.

‘Early Medieval Winchester: Symbolic Landscapes’, in Lords and Towns in Medieval Europe, ed. A. Simms and H. B. Clarke (Farnham, 2015), pp. 419-44.

Portici in England’, in I portici di Bologna nel contesto europeo, edd. F. Bocchi and R. Smurra (Bologna, 2015), pp. 199-209.

with A. Wilkin, J. Naylor, and A. J. Bijsterveld (eds.),  Town and Country in Medieval North Western Europe: Dynamic Interactions (Turnhout, 2015).

2014
‘Capital cities in medieval England to 1300’, in Lo sguardo lungimirante delle capitali. Saggi in onore di Francesca Bocchi, ed. R. Smurra, H. Houben, M. Ghizzoni (Rome, 2014), pp. 21-60.

[ed. with Ian W. Archer], The Singularities of London, 1578. Les Singularitez de Londres, noble, fameuse Cité, capital du Royaume d’Angleterre: ses antiquitez et premiers fondateurs by L. Grenade [Biblioteca Apostolica Vatican, MS Reg. lat. 672 (London Topographical Society no. 175, 2014).

2013
‘Capital cities in medieval Europe’, in Håkonshallen 750 years. Royal residence and National Monument, ed. ØH. Brekke and G. A. Ersland (Oslo, 2013), pp. 123-55.

2012
‘Medieval London and its supply hinterlands’, Regional Environmental Change 12 (2012), 263-81.

‘Crisis management in London’s food supply’, 1250-1500’, in Food, demand and trade: aspects of the economic relationship between town and countryside, Middle Ages to 19th century, eds P van Cruyningen and Erik Thoen (Turnhout, 2012). [paper originally written for the CORN conference in 1999, but not published until 2012; a different version was published in 2011.

2011
‘Ideas of the metropolis’, Historical Research 84 (2011), pp. 379-98.

[with M. Burch and P. Treveil], The development of early medieval and later Poultry and Cheapside: excavations at 1 Poultry and vicinity, City of London, Museum of London Archaeology Monograph 38 (London, 2011)

‘Towns and trade, 700-1700’ in Proceedings of the British-Chinese history conference (Peking University, Beijing, April 2009), ed. Qian Chengdan and Miles Taylor (London, 2011), pp. 99-113. Also in Chinese edition (Beijing, 2011), 123-38.

[with S. Goebel], ‘Towards a metropolitan history of total war: an introduction’, in Cities into Battlefields: Metropolitan Secenarios, Experiences and Commemoration of Total War, ed. S. Goebel and D. Keene (Farnham, 2011), pp. 1-46.

‘Crisis management in London’s food supply, 1250-1500’, in Commercial Activity, Markets and Entrepreneurs in the Middle Ages: Essays in Honour of Richard Britnell, ed. B. Dodds and C. D. Liddy (Woodbridge, 2011), pp. 45-62.

‘Winchester: archaeology and history to 1500’, in Stadtgründung und Stadtwerdung, Beiträge von Archäologie und Stadtsgeschichtsforschung, ed. F. Opll (Linz, 2011), pp.161-86.

‘Ideas of the metropolis’, Historical Research, vol. 84, no 225 (2011), pp. 379-98.

2010
‘London 600-1200’ in Ferdinand Opll and Christoph Sonnlechner (edd.), Europäische Städte im Mittelalter (StudienVerlag: Innsbruck/Vienna/Bolzano, 2010), pp. 95-114.

‘“Knights” before the Round Table: Cnihtas, Guildhalls and Governance in Early Winchester’, in M. Henig and N. Ramsay (eds), Intersections: the Archaeology and History of Christianity in England, 400-1200. Papers in Honour of Martin Biddle and Birthe Kjølbye-Biddle, ed.  (Oxford, 2010), pp. 201-11.

contributions to The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages, ed. Robert E. Bjork (Oxford, 2010): ‘Alderman’, ‘Bukerel family’, ‘Burgage tenure’, ‘FitzThedmar’, ‘Livery Companies’, ‘London’.

‘Europese steden 400-1500’,  pp. 98-102, in B. Blondé, D. Keene, S. Gunn, G. Vermeesch, ‘Waar is stadsgeschiedenis goed voor? Europese stadsgeschiedenissen in de voorbije decennia. Enkele beschouwingen naar aanleiding van de publicatie van Peter Clark, European cities and towns, 400-2000 (Oxford, 2009)’, Stadsgeschiedenis 5 (2010), pp. 98-119.

2009 [reprinted as paperback, 2016 ]
[with Balázs Nagy and Katalin Szende] (eds), Segregation – Integration – Assimilation: Religious and Ethnic Groups in the Medieval Towns of Central and Eastern Europe (Farnham, 2009).

‘Introduction: Segregation, Zoning and Assimilation in Medieval Towns’, in Segregation – Integration – Assimilation: Religious and Ethnic Groups in the Medieval Towns of Central and Eastern Europe (Farnham, 2009), pp. 1-13.

2008
[with L. Wright], ‘A city, its river and their languages: London to 1550’, in C. M. Travaglini (ed.), La città e il fiume (secolii XIII-XIX), (Rome: Collection de l’École française de Rome 394, 2008), pp. 5-21.

‘Out of the Inferno: an Italian lawyer in the service of Odovardo re de Anglia and his London connections’, in  M. Davies and A. Prescott (eds),  London and the Kingdom: essays in honour of Caroline M. Barron, ed. (Donington, 2008), pp. 272-92

‘Preface – Considerazioni d’insieme’, in  C. Devoti (ed.), La città e le regole. Poster presentati al III congresso dell’AISU, Torino, 15-16-17 Giugno, ed. (Turin, 2008), pp. 13-14.

‘England and Poland: medieval metropolises compared’, in R. Unger and J. Basista (eds), Britain and Poland-Lithuania: Contact and Comparison from the Middle Ages to 1795 (Leiden and Boston, 2008), pp. 147-63.

‘Tall Buildings in Medieval London: Precipitation, Aspiration and Thrills’, The London Journal, 33 No. 3 (2008), pp. 201–215.

‘Text, visualisation and politics: London, 1150-1250’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 6th series, 18 (2008), pp. 69-99.

2007
‘Cities and cultural exchange’, in D. Calabi and S. Turk Christensen (eds.), Cultural Exchange in Early Modern Europe, volume II, Cities and cultural Exchange in Europe (Cambridge, 2007), pp. 3–27.

[with A. Cowan], ‘Introduction to Part III’, in D. Calabi and S. Turk Christensen (eds.), Cultural Exchange in Early Modern Europe, volume II, Cities and cultural Exchange in Europe (Cambridge, 2007), pp. 197-206.

[with D. Calabi], ‘Exchanges and cultural transfer in European cities, c. 1500-1700’, in D. Calabi and S. Turk Christensen (eds.), Cultural Exchange in Early Modern Europe, volume II, Cities and cultural Exchange in Europe (Cambridge, 2007),  pp. 286-314.

[with D. Calabi], ‘Merchants’ lodging and cultural exchange’, in D. Calabi and S. Turk Christensen (eds.), Cultural Exchange in Early Modern Europe, volume II, Cities and cultural Exchange in Europe (Cambridge, 2007), pp. 315-48.

Material London in time and space’ [in Japanese] in KONDO Kazuhiko and ITO Takeshi (eds), Edo and London: Extra issue of the Urban History 2007 (Tokyo, 2007), pp. 121-38 [translation of essay first published in 2000].

2006
‘Sites of desire: shops, selds and wardrobes in London and other English cities, 1100-1550’, in B. Blondé, P. Stabel, J. Stobart and I. Van Damme (eds), Buyers and Sellers: Retail circuits and Practices in Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Turnhout, 2006), 125-53.

‘English urban guilds, c.900-1300: the purposes and politics of association’, in I. A. Gadd and P. Wallis (eds), Guilds and association in Europe, 900-1900 (London, 2006), pp. 3-26.

‘Cultures de production, de distribution et de consummation en milieu urbain en Angleterre, 1100-1350’, Histoire Urbaine 16 (2006), pp. 17-38.

2005
‘Cities and Empires’, Journal of Urban History 32 (2005), pp. 8-21.

2004
as general editor [with A. Burns and A. Saint], St Paul’s: the Cathedral Church of London, 604-2004 (New Haven and London, 2004).

‘From conquest to capital: St Paul’s c.1100-1300′, in St Paul’s: the Cathedral Church of London, 604-2004 (New Haven and London, 2004), pp. 17-32.

[with J. Schofield], ‘Before St Paul’s’, in St Paul’s: the Cathedral Church of London, 604-2004 (New Haven and London, 2004), pp. 2-4.

[with P. Taylor], ‘St Paul’s as St Paul’s’, in St Paul’s: the Cathedral Church of London, 604-2004 (New Haven and London, 2004), p. 1.

five contributions to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: ‘Colechurch, Peter of’, ‘le Fayre, Mark’, ‘fitz Ailwin, Henry’, ‘fitz Osbert, William’, ‘Servat, William’ (Oxford, 2004).

‘The early history of English guilds: their role in social and economic organisation’, in P. Massa and A. Moioli (eds.), Dalla croporazione al mutuo soccorso. Orgnizzazione e tutela del lavoro tra XVI e XX secolo (Milan, 2004), pp. 71-85.

‘Towns and the growth of trade’ in D. Luscombe and J. Riley-Smith (eds.), The New Cambridge Medieval History volume I c. 1024-1198, part I (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), pp. 47-85 and 758-76.

‘Metropolitan comparisons: London as a city-state’, Historical Research 77 (2004), pp. 459-80.

‘Visualisation and representation of the medieval city: the case of twelfth- and thirteenth-century London’, in R. Czaja, Roman (ed.), Das Bild und die Wahrnehmung der Stadt und der städtischen Gesellschaft im Hanseraum im Mittelalter und in der frühen Neuzeit (Torun, 2004), pp. 195-208.

2003
[with S. Letters, M. Fernandes and O. Myhill], Gazetteer of Markets and Fairs in England and Wales to 1516 (London, List and Index Society, Special Series vols. 32-3, 2003).

‘National and regional identities’, in R. Marks and P. Williamson (eds), Gothic Art for England, 1400-1547 (London, 2003), pp. 46-55.

‘Civic institutions’, in R. Marks and P. Williamson (eds), Gothic Art for England, 1400-1547 (London, 2003), pp. 262-4.

‘Alfred and London’, in T. Reuter (ed.), Alfred the Great: Papers from the Eleventh-Centenary Conferences (Aldershot, 2003), pp. 235-49.

2002
‘Livery companies: what, when and why?’, in I.A. Gadd and P. Wallis (eds), Guilds, Society & Economy in London, 1450-1800 (London, 2002), pp. 171-4.

‘London Bridge and the identity of the medieval city’, in D. Calabi and C. Conforti (eds.), I ponti delle capitali d’Europa: dal Corno d’Oro alla Senna (Milano, 2002), pp. 176-85 [version of essay first published in 2000].

‘Industrial clustering in London, c.1300-1930’ (Diebold Institute Working Paper no. 27, prepared for the Entrepreneurship and Public Policy Seminar, Cambridge 2002.

2001
[with P. O’Brien, M. ‘t Hart and H. van der Wee] (eds), Urban Achievement in Early Modern Europe: Golden Ages in Antwerp, Amsterdam and London (Cambridge, 2001).

‘Industrial organisation in English towns, 650-1150’, in Bruno Blondé, Eric. Vanhaute and Michèle Galand (eds.), Labour and Labour Markets between Town and Countryside (Middle Ages-19th century) (Turnhout, 2001), pp. 53-74.

‘Growth, modernisation and control: the transformation of London’s landscape, c.1500-c.1700′, in P. Clark and R. Gillespie (eds.), Two Capitals: London and Dublin, 1500-1840 (Proceedings of the British Academy 107, Oxford, 2001), pp. 7-38.

‘Roots and branches of power, 1000-1300’, London Journal 26.1 (2001), pp. 1-8.

‘Issues of water in medieval London to c. 1300’, Urban History 28 (2001), pp. 161-79.

2000
‘The Medieval Urban Landscape, A.D. 900-1540’, in P. Waller (ed.), The English Urban Landscape (Oxford University Press, 2000), pp. 74-98.

‘Changes in London’s economic hinterland as indicated by debt cases in the Court of Common Pleas’, in J.A. Galloway (ed.), Trade Urban Hinterlands and Market Integration c.1300-1600 (London: Centre for Metropolitan History, 2000), pp. 59-82.

‘Material London in time and space’, in L. C. Orlin (ed.), Material London ca. 1600 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000), pp. 55-74.

‘London: metropolis and capital, A.D. 600-1530’, in A. Sohn and H. Weber (eds.), Haupstädte und Global Cities im Kontext der Globalisierung an der Schwelle zum 21. Jahrhundert (Bochum, 2000), pp. 29-56.

‘Historical approaches to European metropolises: archives and comparative history’, in Atti del Summit DACE (Modello di Descrizione degli Archivi storici delle Capitale Europee) (Bergamo, 2000) pp. 51-9.

‘Metropolitan values: migration, mobility and cultural norms, 1300-1700’, in L. Wright (ed.), The Development of Standard English, 1300-1800 (Cambridge, 2000), pp. 93-114.

‘London from the post-Roman period to 1300’, in D.M. Palliser (ed.), The Cambridge Urban History of Britain, vol. 1, 600-1540 (Cambridge, 2000), pp. 187-216.

‘The South-East of England’, in D.M. Palliser (ed.), The Cambridge Urban History of Britain, vol. 1, 600-1540 (Cambridge, 2000, pp. 545-82.

[with D.M. Palliser], ‘Regional Introduction’, in D.M. Palliser (ed.), The Cambridge Urban History of Britain, vol. 1, 600-1540 (Cambridge, 2000, pp. 541-4.

‘Preface’ in M. Woollard (ed.), New Windows on London’s Past: Information Technology and the Transformation of Metropolitan History (Glasgow, 2000), pp. vii-ix.

‘London Bridge and the identity of the medieval city’, London and Middlesex Archaeological Society Transactions  51 (2000), pp. 143-56 [fully illustrated version of essay published in 2002].

1999
‘Wardrobes in the City: houses of consumption, finance and power’, in M. Prestwich, R. Britnell and R. Frame (eds.), Thirteenth-Century England VII (Woodbridge, 1999), pp. 61-79.

[with J. A. Galloway and M. Murphy], ‘Fuelling the city: production and distribution of firewood and fuel in London’s region, 1290-1400’, in C. Chant (ed.), The Pre-Industrial Cities and Technology Reader (London and New York, 1999), pp. 104-19 [extracts from essay published in 1996].

‘Fire in London: destruction and reconstruction, A.D. 982-1676’, in M. Körner (ed.), Destruction and Reconstruction of Towns: Destruction by Earthquakes, Fire and Water (Bern, Stuttgart and Vienna, 1999), pp. 187-211.

‘Launch of ‘“The Dublin City Franchise Roll’’: Address’, in M. Clark, Y. Desmond and N.P. Hardiman (eds.), Sir John T. Gilbert, 1828-1898: Historian, Archivist and Librarian (Dublin, 1999), 125-8.

‘Angleterre: introduction’, in J. Bottin and D. Calabi (eds), Les étrangers dans la ville: minorités et espace urbain du bas Moyen Âge à l’époque moderne. (Paris, 1999), pp. 405-407.

‘Du seuil de la Cité à la formation d’une économie morale: l’environment hanséatique à Londres, entre XIIe et XVIIe siècle’, in J. Bottin and D. Calabi (eds), Les étrangers dans la ville: minorités et espace urbain du bas Moyen Âge à l’époque moderne. (Paris, 1999), pp. 409-24.

1998
‘London in the early Middle Ages, 600-1300’, in P.L. Garside (ed.), Capital Histories: a bibliographical study of London (Aldershot, 1998), pp. 13-26. [updated version of text published in 1995].

‘Ein Haus in London: Von der Guildhall zum Stalhof’’ and ‘Die deutsche Guildhall und ihre Umbegung’ (pp 57-62, 201-10) in J. Bracker, V. Henn, and R. Postel (eds.), Die Hanse: Lebenswirklichkeit und Mythos (Lübeck, 1988), pp. 57-62, 201-10 [revised version of texts published in 1989 in the catalogue of the exhibition of that name].

‘Die deutsche Guildhall und ihre Umgebung’, in J. Bracker, V. Henn, and R. Postel (eds.), Die Hanse: Lebenswirklichkeit und Mythos (Lübeck, 1988), pp. 201-10 [revised version of essay published in 1989].

‘Hors D’Oeuvres: archaeology and the history of English towns’, Journal of Urban History 24 (1998), pp. 743-54.

‘England: Zunfte’, Lexikon des Mittelalters VIII (München, 1998), cols. 699-700.

‘Introduction’, in M.V. Roberts (ed.), Archives and the Metropolis (London, 1998), pp. 1-3.

1997
‘The setting of the Royal Exchange: continuity and change in the financial district of the city of London, 1300-1871’, in A. Saunders (ed.), The Royal Exchange (London Topographical Society, 1997), pp. 253-71. [revised version of essay published in 1996].

‘Guilds in English towns, A.D. 1000-1500’, in B. H. Ranson (ed.), Guild-hall and Government: an exploration of Power, Control and Resistance in Britain and China vol. II, Power Resistance and Authorities: aspects of Guild Organisation in England (Hong Kong, David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies, Occasional Paper, 1997), pp. 28-45.

‘Metalworking in medieval London: an historical survey’, The Journal of the Historical Metallurgy Society 30.2 (1997 for 1996), pp. 95-102.

‘Reconstructing medieval London’, The Comparative Urban History Review 16.2 (Tokyo, 1997, pp. 12-15).

1996
‘Landlords, the property market and urban development in medieval England’, in F. E. Eliassen and G. A. Ersland (eds.), Power, Profit and Urban Land (Aldershot, 1996), pp. 92-119.

‘Textile terms and occupations in medieval Winchester’, Ler História 30 (1996), pp. 135-147 [first published in 1995].

[with J. A. Galloway and M. Murphy], ‘Fuelling the city: production and distribution of firewood and fuel in London’s region, 1290-1400’ Economic History Review 49 (1996), pp. 447-72′ [extracts reprinted in 1999; see 2.25].

1995
‘Textile terms and occupations in medieval Winchester’, in H. Diederiks and M. Balkstein (eds), Occupational Titles and their Classification: the Case of the Textile Trade in Past Times (Göttingen, Max-Planck-Institut für Geschichte, Halbegraue Reihe zur Historischen Fachinformatik, Serie A (Historische Quellenkunden) Band 27, 1995), pp. 125-36. [reprinted in 1996].

‘London im Jahre 1245: eine Metropole, noch keine Hauptstadt?’, in W. Hartmann (ed.), Europas Städte zwischen Zwang und Freiheit: Die europäishe Stadt um die Mitte des 13. Jarhunderts (Regensburg, Universitätsverlag, 1995), pp. 141-54.

‘Small towns and the metropolis: the experience of medieval England’ in J.-M. Duvosquel and E. Thoen (eds.), Peasants and Townsmen in Medieval Europe: Studia in Honorem Adriaan Verhulst (Gent, Snoek-Ducaju and Zoon, 1995), pp. 223-38.

‘The financial district of the city of London: continuity and change, 1300-1871’, in H. Diederiks and D. Reeder (eds.), Cities of Finance (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences: Amsterdam, Oxford, New York, Tokyo, 1996), pp. 279-302. [revised and reprinted in 1997].

[part author] ‘Avant-Propos’, in Structures d’approvisionnement à Londres et à Paris au Moyen Age (Franco-British Studies, 20, Autumn 1995), pp. 1-4.

‘London in the Early Middle Ages, 600-1300’, London Journal, 20.2 (1995), pp. 9-21 [updated version published in 1998].

‘Stadt: England’, in Lexikon des Mittelalters VII (München, 1995), cols 2197-2200.

1994
‘Tanners’ widows, 1300-1350′, in C.M. Barron and A.M. Sutton (eds), Medieval London Widows, 1300-1500 (London, 1994), pp. 1-28.

‘London c.600-1300: the growth of a capital’, Franco-British Studies 17 (1994), pp. 23-31.

1993
with B.M.S. Campbell, J. Galloway, and M. Murphy, A Medieval Capital and its Grain Supply: Agrarian Production and Distribution in the London Region c. 1300 (Historical Geography Research Paper Series, 1993).

‘Well Court documentary evidence’ (pp. 89-113), ‘Ironmonger Lane documentary evidence’ (p. 152), and ‘The character and development of the Cheapside area: an overview’ (pp. 178-94), in J. Schofield et al. ‘Medieval buildings and property development in the area of Cheapside’, Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society 41 (1993 for 1990), pp. 39-237.

‘Mayor: England’, in Lexikon des Mittelalters VI (München, 1993), cols 428-9.

1991
‘Introduction: the Mercers and their Hall before the Great Fire’, in J. Imray (ed. A. Saunders), The Mercers’ Hall (London Topographical Society publication no. 143, 1991), pp. 1-20 and 437-8.

‘The design and setting of St. Paul’s: a continuing debate’, The London Journal 16 (1991), pp. 99-100.

1990
[with P. Corfield] (ed.), Work in Towns: 850-1850 (Leicester, 1990), 250 pp.

‘Continuity and development in urban trades: problems of concepts and the evidence’, in Corfield and Keene (eds.), pp. 1-16.

17 essays in M. Biddle et al., Object and Economy in Medieval Winchester (Winchester Studies 7.ii: Oxford, 1990):  ‘Metal-founding in Winchester during the early Middle Ages: the written and numismatic evidence’ (pp. 165-6); ‘The textile industry’ (pp. 200-14); ‘Harbicks’ (pp. 239-40); ‘Tanning’ (pp. 243-5); ‘The use of wood in medieval Winchester’ (pp. 270-2); ‘A possible pulley-brake’ (pp. 302-3); ‘A plasterer’s float’ (pp. 303-4); ‘Shingles’ (pp. 320-6); ‘Miscellaneous wooden building components’ (p. 327); ‘Later medieval window glass from Wolvesey Palace: the site and documentary evidence compared’ (pp. 424-8); ‘Wooden pegs, spikes, and bungs’ (pp. 454-9); ‘Miscellaneous wooden tools’ (pp. 461-3); ‘Whipping top’ (pp. 706-7); ‘Butter churn’ (pp. 817-18); ‘Measuring stick’ (pp. 925-6); ‘Wooden vessels’ (pp. 959-67); ‘Wooden furniture’ (pp. 969-71); ‘Unidentified wooden objects’ (pp. 1147-9).

‘Suburban Growth’, in R. Holt and G. Rosser (eds.), The English Medieval Town: a reader in English Urban History, 1200-1540 (London, 1990), pp. 97- 119 [first published 1976].

‘Shops and shopping in medieval London’, in L. Grant (ed.), Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in London (British Archaeological Association, 1990), pp. 29-40.

1989
‘New discoveries at the Hanseatic Steelyard in London’, Hansische Geschichtsblätter 107 (1989), pp. 15-25.

‘Medieval London and its region’, The London Journal, 14 (l989), pp. 99-111.

‘The property market in English towns, A.D. 1100-1600’, in J.-C. Maire Vigueur (ed.), D’une ville a l’autre: structures materielles et organisation de l’espace dans les villes européennes, (Rome, Collection de l’école française de Rome, 122, 1989), pp. 201 -26.

1988-9
‘Ein Haus in London: Von der Guildhall zum Stalhof’ and  ‘Die deutsche Guildhall und ihre Umgebung’ in J. Bracker, V. Henn, and R. Postel (eds.), Die Hanse: Lebenswirklichkeit und Mythos (Lübeck, 1998), pp. 57-62, 201-10. Texts from the illustrated catalogue of the exhibition with that title held in Hamburg in 1989.

1987
[with V. Harding], Historical Gazetteer of London before the Great Fire, I, Cheapside (Cambridge, 1987).

1986
‘Urban churches and the CBA’, Bulletin of the CBA Churches Committee 24 (1986).

1985
Survey of Medieval Winchester (Winchester Studies, 2: Oxford, 1985).

1984
‘A new study of London before the Great Fire’, Urban History Yearbook I984, pp. 11-21.

1983
‘The use of documentary sources in studying the topography and archaeology of medieval London’, Lübecker Schriften zur Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte 7 (Bonn, 1983), pp. 77-86.

‘The medieval urban environment in written records’, Archives 16 (1983), pp. 137-44.

1982
‘Rubbish in medieval towns’, in A.R. Hall and H.K. Kenward (eds.), Environmental Archaeology in the Urban Context (London, Council for British Archaeology, 1982), pp. 26-30.

‘Town into Gown’ in R. Custance (ed.), Winchester College Sixth Centenary Essays (Oxford, 1982), pp. 37-75.

1981
‘Some concluding reflections’, in D. W. Crossley (ed.), Medieval Industry (Council for British Archaeology, 1981), pp. 151-3.

1980
‘A social and economic study of medieval London’, London Topographical Record 24 (1980), pp. 217-18.

1979
‘Medieval Winchester: its spatial organisation’, in B. C. Burnham and J.

Kingsbury (eds), Space Hierarchy and Society: Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Area Analysis (British Archaeological Reports, Oxford, 1979), pp. 149-60.

1976
[with F. Barlow, M. Biddle, and O. von Feilitzen; ed. M. Biddle], Winchester in the Early Middle Ages: an edition and discussion of the Winton Domesday (Winchester Studies 1: Oxford, 1976).

‘Suburban growth’, in M.W. Barley (ed.), The Plans and Topography of Medieval Towns in England and Wales (Council for British Archaeology, Research Report 14, 1976). [reprinted in 1990].

1974
‘Sources for medieval urban history’, Archives 11 (1974), pp. 220-3.

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