I work on aristocracies, frontiers, and women and gender, especially in the British Isles, c.1000-1300; the March of Wales 1067-1283; women's access to law and justice in 12th and 13th cent. England.


  1. Widows, native law, and the long shadow of England in thirteenth-century Wales. English Historical Review
  2. Periphery to core: Mortimer women and the negotiation of the king's justice in the thirteenth-century March of Wales. Journal of the Mortimer History Society 2
  3. 'Emma d'Audley and the clash of laws in thirteenth-century Northern Powys'. In Beyond Arthur: The Welsh and the World in the Middle Ages, c. 500-1500, forthcoming. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  4. 'Intelligence and Intrigue in the March of Wales: noblewomen and the fall of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, 1274-1282'. Historical Research 88(239), 1-19.
  5. 'Welsh princes, English wives: the politics of Powys Wenwynwyn revisited'. The Welsh History Review 27(2), 214-252.

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