Crossing Borders

Crossing Borders

Intro -- Crossing Borders: Boundaries and Margins in Medieval and Early Modern Britain: Essays in Honour of Cynthia J. Neville -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction -- Cynthia J. Neville's Publications -- Part 1: Making and Marking Borders: Conflict -- 1 Frontier Law in Anglo-Saxon England -- 2 Henry IV and the Welsh March: The Application and Limits of Royal Patronage and Glyn Dwr's Rebellion in South Wales, 1399-1405 -- 3 Commemorating the Battle of Harlaw (1411) in Fifteenth-Century Scotland -- 4 Spies and Intelligence in Scotland, c. 1530-1550 -- Part 2: Crossing Lines: Gender and Social Status -- 5 Participation in National Politics: Evidence Provided by Fifteenth-Century Parliamentary Election Returns from the County of Huntingdonshire -- 6 Pleading the Belly: A Sparing Plea? Pregnant Convicts and the Courts in Medieval England -- 7 Catching Fire: Arson, Rough Justice and Gender in Scotland, 1493-1542 -- 8 Negotiating the Economy: Gender, Status, and Debt Litigation in the Burgh Courts of Early Modern Scotland -- Part 3: Policing Boundaries: Jurisdiction and Disorder -- 9 The Ritualistic Importance of Gallows in Thirteenth-Century England -- 10 Liberties of London: Social Networks, Sexual Disorder, and Independent Jurisdiction in the Late Medieval English Metropolis -- 11 Crossing Borders and Boundaries: The Use of Banishment in Sixteenth-Century Scottish Towns -- 12 Marks of Division: Cross-Border Remand after 1603 and the Case of Lord Sanquhar -- Index

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