Articles in Journals:

Miriam Müller; ‘The function and evasion of marriage fines on a fourteenth-century English manor’ in: Continuity and Change, 14 (2), 1999; pp. 169-190.

Miriam Müller and Christopher Dyer, ‘Archaeological and documentary research on Badbury, Wiltshire’ in: Medieval Settlement Research Group; Annual Report, no. 14, 1999; pp. 34-36.

Miriam Müller, ‘The Aims and Organisation of a Peasant Revolt in Early Fourteenth-Century Wiltshire’, in Rural History, 14, 1, 2003; pp. 1-20.

Miriam Müller, ‘Social Control and the Hue and Cry in two Fourteenth Century Villages’, in:  Journal of Medieval History, 31, 2005, pp. 29-53 .

Miriam Müller, ‘Conflict and Revolt: The bishop of Ely and his peasants at the manor of Brandon in Suffolk ca. 1300-1381’, in: Rural History, volume 23, issue 01, (April 2012). pp. 1-19. http://journals.cambridge.org/repo_A853yTBV

Miriam Müller, ‘Arson, Communities and Social Conflict in Later Medieval England’, in: Viator Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 43, no.2 (2012) pp. 193-208.

Chapters in Books:

Miriam Müller, ‘Conflict, Strife and Cooperation; Aspects of the Late Medieval Family and Household’, in: I. Davies & M. Müller, eds., General editor S. Rees Jones, Marriage, Love and Family Ties in the Middle Ages, (Series Title: International Medieval Research, Brepols Publishers,  2003)

Miriam Müller, ‘Seigniorial Control and the Peasant Landmarket in the 14th Century A Comparative Approach’, in: L. Feller & C. Wickham eds., Le Marché De La terre Au Moyen Âge, École Francaise De Rome, 2005, pp. 287-313.

Miriam Müller, ‘A Divided Class? Peasants and Peasant Communities in Later Medieval England’  C. Dyer, ed.,‘Rodney Hilton’s Middle Ages’. (Past and Present Supplements 2, Oxford University Press, 2007)

Miriam Müller, ‘Peasants, Lords and Developments in Leasing in Later Medieval England’, in: B. van Bavel and P. Schofield, eds., Emergence and Early Development of lease holding in the European Countryside during the Middle Ages, (CORN series, vol. 10., Brepols, 2009).

Miriam Müller, ‘Food Hierarchy and Class Conflict’ in: Richard Goddard, John Langdon and Miriam Muller eds., ‘Survival and Discord in Medieval Society Essays in Honour of Christopher Dyer (Brepols, January 2010)

Miriam Müller, ‘Peasant Women, Agency and Status in Late 13th and early 14th century England, Some reconsiderations’, in: C. Beattie and M. Frank Stevens, eds., Married Women and the Law, c. 1200-1700 (Boydell and Brewer, 2013)

Miriam Muller, ‘Communal Structures, Lordship and Peasant Agency in Later Medieval England; some Comparative Observations’. Invited to publish this chapter in Frederic Aparisi ed.,  Beyond Lords and Peasants: Rural Elites and Economic Differentiation in Pre-Modern Europe (Valencia University Press in 2014)

Edited Books:

Isabel Davies, Miriam Müller, S. Rees Jones, eds., Marriage, Love and Family Ties in the Middle Ages, (Series Title: International Medieval Research, Brepols Publishers, 2003). ISBN: 2-503-52207-6

Richard Goddard, John Langdon and Miriam Müller eds., Survival and Discord in Medieval Society Essays in Honour of Christopher Dyer (Brepols, 2010) ISBN: 978-2-503-52815-1

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