PASE

Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England

[Image: Witness list of a royal diploma, S 497 (extract); Aelfwine]

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Papers and presentations

In the course of the first phase of the project, PASE research officers presented PASE-related papers at conferences at the British Academy (2000), the Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland, U of Nottingham (2000), the Centre for Humanities Computing, U of Oxford (2000), the International Medieval Congress at Kalamazoo (2001), the Leeds International Medieval Conference (2001), the Meeting of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists, U of Helsinki (2001), the Meeting of Fontes Anglo-Saxonici, King’s College London (2001), the Early Monastic Archives project, UCL (2002), the Leeds IMC (2002), the Digital Resources in the Humanities Conference, U of Edinburgh (2002), the Wulfstan Conference, U of York (2002), the seminar of the Durham Liber Vitae project, U of Durham (2003), the Meeting of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists, U of Arizona (2003), the ICM at Kalamazoo (2004), the Leeds IMC (2004), the Conference of the Name und Gesellschaft project, Mühlheim an der Ruhr (2004), as well as at a number of seminars and workshops.

The following papers have been delivered at international conferences and seminars attended by various members of the PASE team in order to present the rationale of the Project’s methodology and its potential for future research.

British Academy Colloquium (London) 29-30 September 2000 ‘Medieval Prosopographies and the Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England’, Janet L. Nelson, David A. E. Pelteret, Harold Short

36th International Congress on Medieval Studies (Kalamazoo, Michigan) 5 May 2001 ‘The Challenges of Constructing the Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England Database’, David A. E. Pelteret ‘Capturing Data from Eighth-Century Sources: Some Examples from PASE Work on St Cuthbert’, Francesca Tinti Longer versions of these two papers were published in Medieval Prosopography 22 (2001)

International Medieval Congress (University of Leeds) 12 July 2001 ‘The Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England Database’, David A. E. Pelteret, ‘Sources, People and Events: Recording Prosopographical Information from Bede’s Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum’, Francesca Tinti

Conference of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists (University of Helsinki) 9 August 2001 ‘An Introduction to Some Less Famous People from Early Anglo-Saxon England’, David A. E. Pelteret, ‘Sources, People and Events: Recording Prosopographical Information from Bede’s Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum’, Francesca Tinti, The Office Table, The Source Master Table, The Kinship Table, The Event Table

Graduate Seminar, Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic (University of Cambridge) 13 February 2002 ‘The PASE Project and the Student of Anglo-Saxon England: Past, Present and Future’, Francesca Tinti

Workshop organized by the English Monastic Archives: Access and Analysis Project (University College London) 19 April 2002 ‘An Introduction to the Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England Project’, David A. E. Pelteret

Digital Resources for the Humanities Conference 2002 (University of Edinburgh) 9 September 2002 ‘Describing Events in Database Terms: An English Charter of AD 804’, David A. E. Pelteret and Alex Burghart ‘Technical methods, digital scholarship and the global digital library’, John Bradley and Harold Short Workshop organized by the English Monastic Archives: Access and Analysis Project (University College London)

Early Medieval Seminar of the Durham Liber Vitae (Grey College, Durham) 23 March 2003 ‘Patterns, Pronunciations and Picts’, David A. E. Pelteret, ‘The Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England Project and the Liber Vitae of Durham’, Francesca Tinti

ACH/ALLC Conference 2003 (Athens, Georgia) 2 June 2003 ‘Texts into Databases: The Evolving Field of New-style Prosopography’ , John Bradley and Harold Short

Conference of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists(Scottsdale, Arizona) 7 August 2003 ‘The Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England: A Progress Report’, David A. E. Pelteret

39th International Congress on Medieval Studies (Kalamazoo, Michigan) 8 May 2004 ‘The Evidence of Charters: Mercia and the South-East in the Ninth Century’, Alex Burghart ‘The Unnamed of Anglo-Saxon England’, David Pelteret, ‘Anglo-Saxons from a Continental Perspective’, Francesca Tinti

International Medieval Congress (University of Leeds) 12 July 2004 ‘Starting to use the PASE database’, Francesca Tinti ‘Anglo-Saxon Royal Families in the Seventh Century’, Alex Burghart ‘The Ealdormen of Alfred’s Reign’, David A. E. Pelteret

‘Name und Gesellschaft im Frühmittelalter’ International Colloquium (Mülheim an der Ruhr) 25 September 2004 ‘Sources, People and Events: Deconstructing the Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England Database’, Francesca Tinti

Approaches in Prosopography Seminar, Modern History Research Unit (Oxford University) 18 November 2004 ‘1066 and all that? Anglo-Saxon identity before and after 1066’, Janet L. Nelson and Francesca Tinti

ACH/ALLC Conference 2005 (Victoria, BC, Canada) 15-18 June, 2005 'Databases and Prosopographies: The Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England (PASE) a Case Study', Haved Walda and Alex Burghart

ESF Exploratory Workshop on Prosopography, University of Uppsala 10 May, 2007 ‘The Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England Phases 1 and 2’, Francesca Tinti and Stephen Baxter 'Plausible Tales: Structure, interpretation and narrative in new prosopography', Harold Short and John Bradley

Workshop on the PROPEL Project, University of Leiden 14 May, 2007 'Structured Prosopography: CCH principles and experiences', by John Bradley

Staat und Staatlichkeit im Europäischen Frühmittelalter (500−1050), University of Vienna, 19−22 September, 2007 ‘Limits and Resistance: The End of the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom’

Leverhulme Workshop on Medieval Arabic Prosopography, King’s College, London 10 October 2008 ‘Domesday Book and the Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England’, Stephen Baxter