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Emilia Jamroziak, Prof. Dr.





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The Cistercian Order in Medieval Europe 1090-1500 (Routledge, 2013).

Survival and Success on Medieval Borders: Cistercian Houses in Medieval Scotland and Pomerania from the Twelfth to Late Fourteenth Century, Medieval Texts and Cultures of Northern Europe series (Brepols, 2011).

Rievaulx abbey and its social context 1132-1300: memory, locality and networks (Brepols, 2005).


Monasteries on the Borders of Medieval Europe: Conflict and Cultural Interaction. Medieval Church Studies 28, ed. E.M. Jamroziak, E.M. and K. Stöber (Brepols, 2013).

Religious and Laity in Northern Europe 1000-1400: Interaction, Negotiation, and Power, 2, ed. E.M. Jamroziak and J.E. Burton (Brepols, 2007).


Cistercian Abbots in Late Medieval Central Europe: Between the Cloister and the World. In: M. Heale (ed.) The Prelate in England and Europe 1300-1560 (York Medieval Press/Boydell Press, 2014), pp. 240-257.

The Self-Representation of the Late Medieval Cistercian Abbot. the Case of Henry Kresse of Bukowo Morskie. In: K. Kodres and A. Mand (ed.) Images and Objects in Ritual Practices in Medieval and Early Modern Northern Europe (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013), pp. 227-238.

Cistercian Identities in Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Scotland: the Case of Melrose Abbey. In: M. Hammond (ed.) New Perspectives on Medieval Scotland 1093-1286 (Boydell Press, 2013), pp. 175-182.

Centres and Peripheries. In: M. B. Bruun (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to the Cistercian Order (Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 65-79.

Burials and Politics of the Living and the Dead in Scotland and Pomerania in the High Middle Ages: The Case of Two Cistercian Monasteries. In: Ch. Krötzl and K. Mustakallio (eds.) On Old Age: Approaching Death in Antiquity and the Middle Ages (Brepols, 2011), pp. 217-234.

Spaces of Lay-Religious Interaction in Cistercian Houses of Northern Europe, Parergon: Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies 27 (2010), pp. 37-58.

Cistercian Identities on the Northern Peripheries of Medieval Europe from twelfth to late fourteenth century. In: A. Müller, K. Stöber (eds.) Self-Representation of Medieval Religious Communities: the British Isles in Context ( LIT Verlag, 2009), pp. 209-220.

Genealogy in the Monastic Chronicles in England . In: R. Radulescu and E. D. Kennedy (eds.) Broken Lines. Genealogical Literature in Medieval Britain , and France, (Brepols, 2009), pp. 101-120.

Cistercians and border conflicts: Some comparison between the experience of Scotland and Pomerania . In: J. Burton and K. Stöber (eds.) Monasteries and Society in the British Isles in the Later Middle Ages, (Boydell Press, 2008), pp. 40-50.

Border Communities between Violence and Opportunities: Scotland and Pomerania Compared. In: R. Unger (eds.) Britain and Poland-Lithuania: Contact and Comparison from the Middle Ages to 1795, (Brill, 2008), pp. 123-136.

How Rievaulx abbey remembered its benefactors. In: E.M. Jamroziak and J.E. Burton (eds.) Religious and Laity in Northern Europe 1000-1400: Interaction, Negotiation, and Power, 2, (Brepols, 2007).

St Mary Graces: a Cistercian House in the Late Medieval London . In: P. Trio and M. De Smet (eds.) The Use and Abuse of Sacred Places in late Medieval Towns, 38 (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2006), pp. 153-164.

The Networks of Markets and Networks of Patronage in the 13th century England . In: M. Prestwich, R. Britnell, R. Frame (ed.) Thirteenth Century England, 10, (Boydell and Brewer, 2005), pp. 41-49.

Making friends beyond the grave: Melrose Abbey and its lay burials in the thirteenth century. Citeaux: Commentarii Cistercienses, 56 (2005) pp. 323-336.

Making and breaking the bonds: Yorkshire Cistercians and their Neighbours. In: Terryl Kinder (ed.) Perspectives for an Architecture of Solitude: Essays on Cistercians, Art and Architecture in Honour of Peter Fergusson, 11 (Brepols, 2004), pp.198-206.

Rievaulx abbey as a wool producer in the late thirteenth century: Cistercians, sheep and big debts. Northern History, 40 (2003), pp. 197-218.

Klosterstiftungen polnischer Adeligen im 12. Jahrhundert: Fragen nach Motiven und "Selbstdarstellung". East Central Europe = L'Europe du Centre-est, 29 (2002), pp. 155-166.

Rievaulx Abbey and its Patrons: Between Cooperation and Conflict. Citeaux: Commentarii Cistercienses, 43 (2002), pp. 51-72.

Considerate Brothers or Predatory Neighbours? Rievaulx Abbey and Other Monastic Houses in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Century. Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, 73 (2001), pp. 29-40.

Foundations of monasteries by members of the twelfth-century Polish nobility: a selection of cases. Annual of Medieval Studies at the CEU, 4 (1998), pp. 183-192.

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