Resourcing Sources IV, 28 June 2001.




Principles and Practice of Database Design for Historians (and Others) (Hamish James, History Data Service, Essex)


The On-line Database: Individual Biographical Articles, Or What Else? (Michael Jeffreys, Oxford/London)


Apprenticeship in Prosopography: the Databases of Siena and Perugia Professors, 1250-1500 (Paolo Renzi, Siena)

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Data Modelling and Uniformized Database Structures: Work in Progress in University History. The Example of the Lovanienses Database (Bruno Boute, Louvain)

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Imperial Constitutions, Chronology, and Prosopography - Towards a New Methodology for the Use of the Late Roman Law Codes (Altay Coskun, Oxford)

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Gifts of Friendship - A Study of Social Networks in Medieval Scandinavia (Bente Opheim, Bergen)


The Second Council of Nicaea: A (Good) Old Boys Network? (Dion Smythe, Belfast)


Secret Histories: Analysing the Cartulary and Obituaries of Mont-Saint-Michel (Katharine Keats-Rohan, Oxford)


Uncovering the Networks of Power: the House of Lords, 1660-1832 (Ruth Paley, London)


These papers and others (given at two sessions organized by the Unit at the Leeds International Medieval Congress 2001) were published as the Occasional Publication of the Unit for Prosopographical Research:


Vol. 7: Resourcing Sources. The Use of Computers in Developing Prosopographical Methodology, ed. K.S.B. Keats-Rohan (2002, pp. 207), ISBN 1-900934-06-X, Price £15/$28/24.

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