This latest volume in the series concentrates, as always, on the half century before and the century after 1066, with papers which have many interconnections and range across different kinds of history. There is a particular focus on church history, with contributions on an Anglo-Saxon archiepiscopal manual, architecture and liturgy in post-Conquest Lincolnshire, Anglo-Norman cathedral chapters, and twelfth-century views of the tenth-century monastic reform. Other topics considered include: social history (the Anglo-Norman family), gender (William of Malmesbury's representation of Bishop Wulfstan of Worcester), and politics (the sheriffs of Northumberland and Cumberland 1170-1185). The volume is completed with articles on "Domesday Book" and the post-Domesday Evesham Abbey surveys, and a double paper on land tenure and royal patronage. The contributors includes: Stephen Baxter, John Blair, Howard Clarke, Tracey-Ann Cooper, Hugh Doherty, Paul Everson, David Stocker, Kirsten Fenton, Vanessa King, John Moore, Nicola Robertson, and David Roffe.