DIRECTORY OF PROSOPOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH

 

Medieval France

 

 

Project

Name/

Project Director

Institutional Affiliation

Website

Political & Social Range

Geographical Range

Chronological Range

Aristocracy of the Chartrain and Vendomois

LIVINGSTONE, AMY

Prof., Department of History, Wittenberg University

not specified

Aristocracy

France, specifically Chartrain, Vendomois, Normandy, Anjou, Maine, Champagne, Meaux, Berry

950 1200

Aristocracy in the County of Champagne, 1100 1300

EVERGATES, THEODORE

Department of History, McDaniel College, USA

not specified

Baronial and knightly families

Eastern France

1100 1300

Biographical Register of Licentiates in Theology vol. II: Secular Clerics

SULLIVAN, THOMAS, O.S.B.

Conception Abbey

not specified

secular clerics

France & Europe

1200 - 1500

Henry I Acta Project

DOHERTY, HUGH (PHD student)

Universtiy of Oxford, Dept. of Modern History

not specified

not specified

England, Normandy, other kingdoms of the British Isles

1000 circa 1250

Household of Charles III The Noble and Eleanor of Trastamare, Kings of Navarre (1387-1415)

NARBONA-CARCELES, MARIA

Instituto De Estudios Medievales [IEM], Facultad De Filosofia Y Letras, University of Navarre

not specified

not specified

Kingdoms of Navarre, Castille & France

1387 - 1415

Isabel D'Aubigny, Countess of Arundel and English Noble Women of the Thirteenth Century

NICHOLS, JOHN A.

History Department, Slippery Rock University

not specified

English Noble Women

England; France

1200 1300

Konrad I. Der Koenig, der aus Hessen kam

JACKMAN, DONALD C.

Pennsylvania State University, University Learning Centers

not specified

not specified

Europe, chiefly Northern Germany

500 BC 1500 AD (primarily 700-1300 AD)

Les bourgeois de l'echevinage de Paris aux XIIIe et XIVe siecles

BOVE, BORIS

Docteur de l'universtie de Poitiers, maitre de conferences a l'universite de Paris 8

not specified

Burgesses or upper middle class, aldermen and their parenthood

Paris

1200 1400

Masters and Students at the University of Paris in the Fourteenth Century

COURTENAY, WILLIAM J.

Professor, Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison

not specified

masters and students

France

13 c. 15 c.

not specified

AURELL, MARTIN

Professor, Universite de Poitiers (CESCM), Institut Universitaire de France

not specified

not specified

Catalonia, Provence, Angevin Empire

10 c. 13 c.

not specified

BEECH, GEORGE

Professor, Department of History, Western Michigan University

not specified

not specified

France, Aquitaine; England; Muslim Saragossa; Crusader Middle East

10 c. 12 c.

not specified

BOUCHARD, CONSTANCE

Department of History, University of Akron, Ohio

not specified

Nobility; Church

Europe, esp. France

600 1200

not specified

CHEYETTE, FREDRIC

Department of History, Amherst College

not specified

not specified

medieval France, especially Occitania

10 c. 14 c.

not specified

COSTAMBEYS, MARIOS

School of History, University of Liverpool

not specified

charters and monasteries

Italy, Francia, British Isles

circa 450 circa 900

not specified

DEPREUX, PHILIPPE

Mission Historique Francaise en Allemagne

not specified

Aristocracy

Carolingian Empire

6 c. 12 c.

not specified

GAZEAU, VERONIQUE

Professor, Universite De Caen Basse-Normandie, UFR d'Histoire

not specified

church

Normandy

10 c. 12 c.

not specified

LAURANSON-ROSAZ, CHRISTIAN

Professor, Faculte De Droit, Universite Jean Moulin (Lyon 3)

not specified

aristocracy and church

Auvergne; mid and southern France

8th - 11th centuries

not specified

MCKITTERICK, ROSAMOND

Faculty of History, University of Cambridge

not specified

not specified

Frankish Kingdoms

c. 500- c. 900

Personnel of the Norman Cathedrals during the Ducal Period, 911-1204

SPEAR, DAVID

Department of History, Furman University

not specified

Clergy

British Isles, Normandy, France

900 - 1250

Prebendaries of the Collegiate Church of Southwell

JONES, MICHAEL

Emeritus Professor, School of History, University of Nottingham

not specified

not specified

France, especially duchy of Brittany; England

1000 - 1500

Secular Clergy, their Families and Careers in North-Western Europe, 900 - 1200

BARROW, JULIA

School of History, University of Nottingham

not specified

clergy

England and Wales; Empire; northern France

circa 900 circa 1200

Students and Teachers at the University of Paris at the end of the Middle Ages

FARGE, JAMES K.

Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies

not specified

Students, Teachers, College Officers

France, Western Europe

1480 1530

 

 

Last updated on 5 February 2006.