Based on a conference held in April 2001 in San Marino, California. First published 2013 by Ashgate Publishing.
Formatted Contents Note
1. What conflict means : the making of medieval conflict studies in the United States, 1970-2000 / Warren C. Brown and Piotr Gorecki 2. Tenth-century courts at Macon and the perils of structuralist history : re-reading Burgundian judicial institutions / Stephen D. White 3. Reform and lordship in Alsace at the turn of the millennium / Hans Hummer 4. Visualizing a dispute resolution : Peter of Albano's protected zone / Barbara H. Rosenwein 5. The fragmentation and redemption of a medieval cathedral : property, conflict, and public piety in eleventh-century Arezzo / William North 6. Punishments in eleventh-century Normandy / Emily Zack Tabuteau 7. Baldwin VII of Flanders and the Toll of Saint-Vaast (1111) : judgment as ritual / Geoffrey Koziol 8. Women and ordeals / Belle Stoddard Tuten 9. Law and nonmarital sex in the Middle Ages / Henry Ansgar Kelly 10. Nastiness and wrong, rancor and reconciliation / Paul R. Hyams 11. The emergence of the crime : tort distinction in England / Charles Donahue, Jr. 12. Feuding in Viking-age Iceland's great village / Jesse L. Byock 13. Some reflections on violence, reconciliation, and the "feudal revolution" / Fredric L. Cheyette 14. Where conflict leads : on the present and future of medieval conflict studies in the United States / Warren C. Brown and Piotr Gorecki.