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Icelanders in England in the fifteenth century (2017)
Book Chapter
Fleming, P. (2017). Icelanders in England in the fifteenth century. In W. Mark Ormrod, N. McDonald, & C. Taylor (Eds.), Resident Aliens in Later Medieval EnglandBrepols Publishers

Women in Bristol, 1373-1660 (2016)
Book Chapter
Fleming, P. (2016). Women in Bristol, 1373-1660. In M. Dresser (Ed.), Women and the City: Bristol, 1373-2000, 15-44. Redcliffe Press

A discussion of the evidence for the lives of women in later medieval and early-modern Bristol, with specific reference to what can be learned from this of their interaction with men and their ability to influence the life of the town/city.

The Maire of Bristowe Is Kalendar (2015)
Book
Fleming, P. (2015). M. Dresser, & R. Leech (Eds.), The Maire of Bristowe Is Kalendar. Bristol Record Society

An edition of part of this work, begun in 1478/9 in Bristol by the town clerk, Robert Ricart. This edition consists of a substantial introduction and other notes, together with extracts from the text and the illustrative material. It is designed to s... Read More about The Maire of Bristowe Is Kalendar.

The battles of Mortimer’s Cross and Second St. Albans: The regional dimension (2015)
Book Chapter
Fleming, P. (2015). The battles of Mortimer’s Cross and Second St. Albans: The regional dimension. In L. Clark (Ed.), The Fifteenth Century XIV: Essays Presented to Michael Hicks, 91-102. Boydell & Brewer

This article discusses two battles during the 15th-century Wars of the Roses from the point of view of strategy in the west of England and Anglo-Welsh Marches, and suggests that their outcome was crucial - and hitherto unappreciated - to the politica... Read More about The battles of Mortimer’s Cross and Second St. Albans: The regional dimension.

Bristol and the end of empire: The consequences of the fall of Gascony (2015)
Book Chapter
Fleming, P. (in press). Bristol and the end of empire: The consequences of the fall of Gascony. In P. Crooks, D. Green, & W. M. Ormrod (Eds.), The Plantaganet Empire, 1259–1453 Proceedings of the 2014 Harlaxton Symposium, 369-381. Paul Watkins

A discussion of the economic, social and political consequences to Bristol of the final English loss of Gascony in 1453. The discussion considers the possibility that this event encouraged Bristol-based exploration of the Mediterranean and the Atlant... Read More about Bristol and the end of empire: The consequences of the fall of Gascony.

The landed Elite, 1300-1500 (2010)
Book Chapter
Fleming, P. (2010). The landed Elite, 1300-1500. In S. Sweetinburgh (Ed.), Later Medieval Kent, 1220-1540Boydell and Brewer

A study of bereavement care after a sudden and unexpected death (1996)
Journal Article
Dent, A., Condon, L., Blair, P., & Fleming, P. (1996). A study of bereavement care after a sudden and unexpected death. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 74(6), 522-526. https://doi.org/10.1136/adc.74.6.522

Bereaved parents' perceptions of care after the sudden, unexpected death of their child (from 1 week to 12 years), and the care that was or could be offered by statutory and voluntary agencies, was assessed in 11 health districts in seven regions of... Read More about A study of bereavement care after a sudden and unexpected death.