Arlene Sindelar

Senior Instructor Emerita
location_on Buchanan Tower 1297, 1873 East Mall V6T1Z1 Vancouver , BC Canada

About

Bio

Retired July 2019.

Presently serving as President of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, 2020-2022

During 17 years in the Department of History at UBC, served as:


Research

Research Interests

  • medieval legal and social history
  • the history of women and the family
  • medieval English common law and legal profession
  • medieval governance and society

Publications

Selected Conference Presentations

A. Sindelar, “Burning Women in Medieval England: The Execution of Felonious Women in the Courts of Common Law.” Medieval Association of the Pacific, Joint Conference with AMRCS, Scottsdale, Arizona, 8 February 2019.

A. Sindelar, “‘He knows it because it was the same day:’ Memory as Proof in Fourteenth-Century England,” Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, April 13, 2018.

A. Sindelar, “Showing Something Special: Pleading Charters in the Courts of Edward II,” Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Loyola Marymount, March 18, 2017.

A. Sindelar, “Going Beyond the Seas: Travellers, Dangers, and General Attorneys in Fourteenth-Century England”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific Fiftieth Anniversary Conference on the Global Middle Ages, Opening Plenary, University of California, Davis, 2016.

A. Sindelar, “Peverel v. Bagworth, 1330: From the Rent of One Rose to Trial by Battle in the Court of Edward III”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Nevada, Reno, 2015.

A. Sindelar, “Uncommon Clients: Encountering the Foreign in the Fourteenth-Century English Courts of Common Law”, in Medieval Academy of America, UCLA, 2014.

A. Sindelar, “For the Rent of Two Hens: Women in Action at the Fourteenth-Century Courts of Common Law”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara California, 2012.

A. Sindelar, “Back in His Place: The Medieval English Attorney at Home in Northamptonshire in 1329”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Pugent Sound, Tacoma, 2010.

A. Sindelar, “Constructing Women in the Medieval English Coroners’ Rolls”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, 2009.

A. Sindelar, “Royal Flunkies or Local Fellows? Fourteenth-Century English Attorneys in Royal Service”, in Medieval Academy of America, Vancouver, BC, 2008.

A. Sindelar, “Royal Clerks as Common Attorneys: The Inside Route to English Justice”, in Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe, AR, 2008.

A. Sindelar, “Common Attorneys and Royal Patronage: Fourteenth-Century English Attorneys at the King’s Command”, Poet’s Cove, South Pender Island, B.C, 2008.

A. Sindelar, “A Legal Jack-of-All-Trades: The Local Attorney in Fourteenth-Century England”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, UCLA, 2007.

A. Sindelar, “Other than Her Rightful Death: Women ‘Uncovered’ at the Coroner’s Inquest”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, Salt Lake City, UT, 2006.

A. Sindelar, “Family Dependence: Representation in Eyre Courts of Thirteenth-Century England”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, San Francisco, CA, 2005.

A. Sindelar, “‘Whom she could not gainsay:’ Husbands, Wives, and Dower in Medieval English Common Law”, in Medieval Academy of America, Seattle, WA, 2004.

A. Sindelar, “Who deem’d our marriage lawful:” An Historical Perspective of Marriage”, in Marriage in the Twenty-first Century, Public Symposium Lecture Series, Research Awareness Week, UBC Continuing Education, UBC, 2004.

A. Sindelar, “Women and the Coroner’s Inquest: Where Law and Death Intersect in Fourteenth-Century England”, in Canadian Law and Society Association Conference, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2003.

A. Sindelar, “‘Received to Defend Her Right’: The Activities of Wives in the Medieval English Courts of Common Law”, in Arkansas Association of College History Teachers Meeting, , Hot Springs, Arkansas, 1999.

A. Sindelar, “Not One Flesh: Husbands and Wives in the Medieval English Courts of Common Law”, in Southern Historical Association Meeting, European History Section, Birmingham, Alabama, 1998.

A. Sindelar, “Put in Her Place: Women and Attorneys in the King’s Court of England”, in Mid-America Medieval Association, Lawrence, Kansas, 1998.

A. Sindelar, “Professionals and Professionalism: Clerks as Attorneys in the King’s Court”, in The University of Central Arkansas History Seminar Series, 1997.


Arlene Sindelar

Senior Instructor Emerita
location_on Buchanan Tower 1297, 1873 East Mall V6T1Z1 Vancouver , BC Canada

Bio

Retired July 2019.

Presently serving as President of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, 2020-2022

During 17 years in the Department of History at UBC, served as:

Research Interests

  • medieval legal and social history
  • the history of women and the family
  • medieval English common law and legal profession
  • medieval governance and society

Selected Conference Presentations

A. Sindelar, “Burning Women in Medieval England: The Execution of Felonious Women in the Courts of Common Law.” Medieval Association of the Pacific, Joint Conference with AMRCS, Scottsdale, Arizona, 8 February 2019.

A. Sindelar, "'He knows it because it was the same day:' Memory as Proof in Fourteenth-Century England," Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, April 13, 2018.

A. Sindelar, "Showing Something Special: Pleading Charters in the Courts of Edward II," Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Loyola Marymount, March 18, 2017.

A. Sindelar, “Going Beyond the Seas: Travellers, Dangers, and General Attorneys in Fourteenth-Century England”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific Fiftieth Anniversary Conference on the Global Middle Ages, Opening Plenary, University of California, Davis, 2016.

A. Sindelar, “Peverel v. Bagworth, 1330: From the Rent of One Rose to Trial by Battle in the Court of Edward III”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Nevada, Reno, 2015.

A. Sindelar, “Uncommon Clients: Encountering the Foreign in the Fourteenth-Century English Courts of Common Law”, in Medieval Academy of America, UCLA, 2014.

A. Sindelar, “For the Rent of Two Hens: Women in Action at the Fourteenth-Century Courts of Common Law”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara California, 2012.

A. Sindelar, “Back in His Place: The Medieval English Attorney at Home in Northamptonshire in 1329”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Pugent Sound, Tacoma, 2010.

A. Sindelar, “Constructing Women in the Medieval English Coroners' Rolls”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, 2009.

A. Sindelar, “Royal Flunkies or Local Fellows? Fourteenth-Century English Attorneys in Royal Service”, in Medieval Academy of America, Vancouver, BC, 2008.

A. Sindelar, “Royal Clerks as Common Attorneys: The Inside Route to English Justice”, in Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe, AR, 2008.

A. Sindelar, “Common Attorneys and Royal Patronage: Fourteenth-Century English Attorneys at the King’s Command”, Poet’s Cove, South Pender Island, B.C, 2008.

A. Sindelar, “A Legal Jack-of-All-Trades: The Local Attorney in Fourteenth-Century England”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, UCLA, 2007.

A. Sindelar, “Other than Her Rightful Death: Women ‘Uncovered’ at the Coroner’s Inquest”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, Salt Lake City, UT, 2006.

A. Sindelar, “Family Dependence: Representation in Eyre Courts of Thirteenth-Century England”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, San Francisco, CA, 2005.

A. Sindelar, “‘Whom she could not gainsay:’ Husbands, Wives, and Dower in Medieval English Common Law”, in Medieval Academy of America, Seattle, WA, 2004.

A. Sindelar, “Who deem'd our marriage lawful:” An Historical Perspective of Marriage”, in Marriage in the Twenty-first Century, Public Symposium Lecture Series, Research Awareness Week, UBC Continuing Education, UBC, 2004.

A. Sindelar, “Women and the Coroner’s Inquest: Where Law and Death Intersect in Fourteenth-Century England”, in Canadian Law and Society Association Conference, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2003.

A. Sindelar, “'Received to Defend Her Right': The Activities of Wives in the Medieval English Courts of Common Law”, in Arkansas Association of College History Teachers Meeting, , Hot Springs, Arkansas, 1999.

A. Sindelar, “Not One Flesh: Husbands and Wives in the Medieval English Courts of Common Law”, in Southern Historical Association Meeting, European History Section, Birmingham, Alabama, 1998.

A. Sindelar, “Put in Her Place: Women and Attorneys in the King's Court of England”, in Mid-America Medieval Association, Lawrence, Kansas, 1998.

A. Sindelar, “Professionals and Professionalism: Clerks as Attorneys in the King's Court”, in The University of Central Arkansas History Seminar Series, 1997.

Arlene Sindelar

Senior Instructor Emerita
location_on Buchanan Tower 1297, 1873 East Mall V6T1Z1 Vancouver , BC Canada

Bio

Retired July 2019.

Presently serving as President of the Medieval Association of the Pacific, 2020-2022

During 17 years in the Department of History at UBC, served as:

Research Interests

  • medieval legal and social history
  • the history of women and the family
  • medieval English common law and legal profession
  • medieval governance and society

Selected Conference Presentations

A. Sindelar, “Burning Women in Medieval England: The Execution of Felonious Women in the Courts of Common Law.” Medieval Association of the Pacific, Joint Conference with AMRCS, Scottsdale, Arizona, 8 February 2019.

A. Sindelar, "'He knows it because it was the same day:' Memory as Proof in Fourteenth-Century England," Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, April 13, 2018.

A. Sindelar, "Showing Something Special: Pleading Charters in the Courts of Edward II," Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Loyola Marymount, March 18, 2017.

A. Sindelar, “Going Beyond the Seas: Travellers, Dangers, and General Attorneys in Fourteenth-Century England”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific Fiftieth Anniversary Conference on the Global Middle Ages, Opening Plenary, University of California, Davis, 2016.

A. Sindelar, “Peverel v. Bagworth, 1330: From the Rent of One Rose to Trial by Battle in the Court of Edward III”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Nevada, Reno, 2015.

A. Sindelar, “Uncommon Clients: Encountering the Foreign in the Fourteenth-Century English Courts of Common Law”, in Medieval Academy of America, UCLA, 2014.

A. Sindelar, “For the Rent of Two Hens: Women in Action at the Fourteenth-Century Courts of Common Law”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara California, 2012.

A. Sindelar, “Back in His Place: The Medieval English Attorney at Home in Northamptonshire in 1329”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Pugent Sound, Tacoma, 2010.

A. Sindelar, “Constructing Women in the Medieval English Coroners' Rolls”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, 2009.

A. Sindelar, “Royal Flunkies or Local Fellows? Fourteenth-Century English Attorneys in Royal Service”, in Medieval Academy of America, Vancouver, BC, 2008.

A. Sindelar, “Royal Clerks as Common Attorneys: The Inside Route to English Justice”, in Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Tempe, AR, 2008.

A. Sindelar, “Common Attorneys and Royal Patronage: Fourteenth-Century English Attorneys at the King’s Command”, Poet’s Cove, South Pender Island, B.C, 2008.

A. Sindelar, “A Legal Jack-of-All-Trades: The Local Attorney in Fourteenth-Century England”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, UCLA, 2007.

A. Sindelar, “Other than Her Rightful Death: Women ‘Uncovered’ at the Coroner’s Inquest”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, Salt Lake City, UT, 2006.

A. Sindelar, “Family Dependence: Representation in Eyre Courts of Thirteenth-Century England”, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, San Francisco, CA, 2005.

A. Sindelar, “‘Whom she could not gainsay:’ Husbands, Wives, and Dower in Medieval English Common Law”, in Medieval Academy of America, Seattle, WA, 2004.

A. Sindelar, “Who deem'd our marriage lawful:” An Historical Perspective of Marriage”, in Marriage in the Twenty-first Century, Public Symposium Lecture Series, Research Awareness Week, UBC Continuing Education, UBC, 2004.

A. Sindelar, “Women and the Coroner’s Inquest: Where Law and Death Intersect in Fourteenth-Century England”, in Canadian Law and Society Association Conference, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2003.

A. Sindelar, “'Received to Defend Her Right': The Activities of Wives in the Medieval English Courts of Common Law”, in Arkansas Association of College History Teachers Meeting, , Hot Springs, Arkansas, 1999.

A. Sindelar, “Not One Flesh: Husbands and Wives in the Medieval English Courts of Common Law”, in Southern Historical Association Meeting, European History Section, Birmingham, Alabama, 1998.

A. Sindelar, “Put in Her Place: Women and Attorneys in the King's Court of England”, in Mid-America Medieval Association, Lawrence, Kansas, 1998.

A. Sindelar, “Professionals and Professionalism: Clerks as Attorneys in the King's Court”, in The University of Central Arkansas History Seminar Series, 1997.