Professor Leonie Hicks


NameProfessor Leonie Hicks
Job titleProfessor of Medieval Studies
Research instituteSchool of Humanities and Education Studies

Research outputs

A short history of the Normans

Hicks, L. 2018. A short history of the Normans. Beijing Chemical Industry Press.

A short history of the Normans

Hicks, L. 2016. A short history of the Normans. London I.B. Tauris.

Religious life in Normandy: space, gender and social pressure, c.1050-1300

Hicks, L. 2007. Religious life in Normandy: space, gender and social pressure, c.1050-1300. Woodbridge Boydell Press.

Borders and the Norman world

Dan Armstrong, Leonie V. Hicks, Áron Keskés and Charlie C. Rozier (ed.) 2023. Borders and the Norman world. Woodbridge Boydell Press.

Journeying along medieval routes in Europe and the Middle East

Gascoigne, A., Hicks, L. and O'Doherty, M. (ed.) 2016. Journeying along medieval routes in Europe and the Middle East. Turnhout Brepols.

Society and culture in medieval Rouen, 911-1300

Hicks, L. and Brenner, E. (ed.) 2013. Society and culture in medieval Rouen, 911-1300. Turnhout Brepols.

Afterword: Borders, landscapes and seascapes

Hicks, Leonie V. 2023. Afterword: Borders, landscapes and seascapes. in: Armstrong, Dan, Kecskés, Áron, Rozier, Charles C. and Hicks, Leonie V. (ed.) Borders and the Norman World Woodbridge Boydell Press. pp. 359-366

Die Sprache der Eroberer

Hicks, L. 2022. Die Sprache der Eroberer. in: Viola Skiba, Nikolas Jaspert, Bernard Schneidmüller and Wilfried Rosendahl (ed.) Die Normannen: eine Geschicte von Mobilität, Eroberung und Innovation Regensburg pp. 194-195

Warum verließen Normannen die Normandie?

Hicks, L. 2022. Warum verließen Normannen die Normandie? in: Viola Skiba, Nikolas Jaspert, Bernd Schneidmüller and Wilfried Rosendahl (ed.) Die Normannen: eine Geschicte von Mobilität, Eroberung und Innovation Regensburg Schnell and Steiner. pp. 240-241

Landscapes of concealment and revelation in the Brut Narratives: Geoffrey of Monmouth, Wace, and Laȝamon

Hicks, Leonie V. and Bintley, Michael D.J. 2022. Landscapes of concealment and revelation in the Brut Narratives: Geoffrey of Monmouth, Wace, and Laȝamon. in: Church, S.D. (ed.) Anglo-Norman Studies 44. Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2021 Woodbridge Boydell Press. pp. 137-52

Identity, gender and history in Wace's Roman de Rou and Roman de Brut

Hicks, Leonie V. 2021. Identity, gender and history in Wace's Roman de Rou and Roman de Brut . in: Barrau, J and Bates, D. (ed.) Lives, Identities and Histories in the Central Middle Ages Cambridge Cambridge University Press. pp. 246-263

The use of space and the religious life at Le Bec

Hicks, L. 2017. The use of space and the religious life at Le Bec. in: Pohl, B. and Gathagan, L. (ed.) A Companion to the Abbey of Le Bec in the Central Middle Ages (11th-13th Centuries) Leiden Brill.

Journeys and landscapes of conquest: Normans travelling to and in Southern Italy and Sicily

Hicks, L. 2016. Journeys and landscapes of conquest: Normans travelling to and in Southern Italy and Sicily. in: Gascoigne, A., Hicks, L. and O'Doherty, M. (ed.) Journeying along Medieval routes in Europe and the Middle East Turnhout Brepols.

Medieval routes: journeys through space and scholarship

O'Doherty, M., Gascoigne, A. and Hicks, L. 2016. Medieval routes: journeys through space and scholarship. in: Gascoigne, A., Hicks, L. and O'Doherty, M. (ed.) Journeying along Medieval routes in Europe and the Middle East Turnhout Brepols.

The landscape of pilgrimage and miracles in Norman narrative sources

Hicks, L. 2015. The landscape of pilgrimage and miracles in Norman narrative sources. in: Hurlock, K. and Oldfield, P. (ed.) Crusading and Pilgrimage in the Norman World Woodbridge Boydell Press. pp. 177-194

The concept of the frontier in Norman chronicles: a comparative approach

Hicks, L. 2013. The concept of the frontier in Norman chronicles: a comparative approach. in: Stringer, K. and Jotischky, A. (ed.) Norman Expansion: Connections, Continuities and Contrasts Farnham Ashgate. pp. 143-164

Through the city streets: movement and space in Rouen as seen by the Norman chroniclers

Hicks, L. 2013. Through the city streets: movement and space in Rouen as seen by the Norman chroniclers. in: Hicks, L. and Brenner, E. (ed.) Society and Culture in Medieval Rouen, 911-1300 Turnhout Brepols.

The Jews of Rouen in the eleventh to the thirteenth centuries

Brenner, E. and Hicks, L. 2013. The Jews of Rouen in the eleventh to the thirteenth centuries. in: Hicks, L. and Brenner, E. (ed.) Society and Culture in Medieval Rouen, 911-1300 Turnhout Brepols.

Introduction

Brenner, E. and Hicks, L. 2013. Introduction. in: Hicks, L. and Brenner, E. (ed.) Society and Culture in Medieval Rouen, 911-1300 Turnout Brepols. pp. 1-13

Monastic authority, landscape and place in the Ecclesiastical History of Orderic Vitalis

Hicks, L. 2012. Monastic authority, landscape and place in the Ecclesiastical History of Orderic Vitalis. in: Dresvina, J. and Sparks, N. (ed.) Authority and Gender in Medieval and Renaissance Chronicles Newcastle upon Tyne Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 102-120

Coming and going: the use of outdoor space in Norman and Anglo-Norman chronicles

Hicks, L. 2010. Coming and going: the use of outdoor space in Norman and Anglo-Norman chronicles. in: Lewis, C. (ed.) Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2009 Boydell Press.

Magnificent entrances and undignified exits: chronicling the symbolism of castle space in Normandy

Hicks, L. 2009. Magnificent entrances and undignified exits: chronicling the symbolism of castle space in Normandy. Journal of Medieval History. 35 (1), pp. 52-69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmedhist.2009.01.001

Exclusion as exile: spiritual punishment and physical illness in Normandy c.1050-1300

Hicks, L. 2004. Exclusion as exile: spiritual punishment and physical illness in Normandy c.1050-1300. in: Napran, L. and van Houts, E. (ed.) Exile in the Middle Ages Turnhout Brepols.

The Invention of Norman Visual Culture: Art, Politics, and Dynastic Ambition, by Lisa Reilly

Hicks, Leonie 2022. The Invention of Norman Visual Culture: Art, Politics, and Dynastic Ambition, by Lisa Reilly. The English Historical Review. https://doi.org/10.1093/ehr/ceac125

The moral economy of the countryside: Anglo‐Saxon to Anglo‐Norman England. By RosamondFaith. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2020. xi + 235 pp. £19.99. ISBN 978 1 108 72006 9.

Hicks, Leonie V. 2022. The moral economy of the countryside: Anglo‐Saxon to Anglo‐Norman England. By RosamondFaith. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2020. xi + 235 pp. £19.99. ISBN 978 1 108 72006 9. Early Medieval Europe. https://doi.org/10.1111/emed.12565
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