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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, 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, Family Dependence: Representation in Eyre Courts of Thirteenth-Century England, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, San Francisco, CA, 2005.
A. Sindelar, Royal Flunkies or Local Fellows? Fourteenth-Century English Attorneys in Royal Service, in Medieval Academy of America, Vancouver, BC, 2008.
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, 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, 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, Constructing Women in the Medieval English Coroners' Rolls, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, 2009.
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, A Legal Jack-of-All-Trades: The Local Attorney in Fourteenth-Century England, in Medieval Association of the Pacific, UCLA, 2007.
A. Sindelar, Professionals and Professionalism: Clerks as Attorneys in the King's Court, in The University of Central Arkansas History Seminar Series, 1997.
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, 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, 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, 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, Put in Her Place: Women and Attorneys in the King's Court of England, in Mid-America Medieval Association, Lawrence, Kansas, 1998.
A. Sindelar, Uncommon Clients: Encountering the Foreign in the Fourteenth-Century English Courts of Common Law, in Medieval Academy of America, UCLA, 2014.
L. Silver, Canada Fit for War: Image and Development of the Canadian Soldier, 1870-1914, London Journal of Canadian Studies , vol. 23, no. 2007/2008, pp. 1-29, 2008.
L. Silver, The Political Use of Metaphor in the Construction of the 'Atlantic Community', in European Community, Atlantic Community?, V. Aubourg, Bossuat, G., and Smith, G. P. Scott Paris: Soleb, 2008, pp. 60-73.
L. Silver, H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable Review of M. Carroll and G. Donaghy's edited collection, In the National Interest: Canadian Foreign Policy and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, 1909-2009 (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2011), Diplomatic and International History Discussion Network. 2012.
L. Silver, A Long Goodbye: Pearson and Britain, in Mike's World: Lester B. Pearson and Canadian External Affairs, A. McKercher and Perras, G. Roger Vancouver: UBC Press, 2017, pp. 210-225.
L. Silver, The 'Anglo-Saxon triangle' downplayed by the Department of External Affairs, 1946-57, in The Rise and Fall of the North Atlantic Triangle: Canada, Britain and the USA from Munich to Suez, 1938-56, T. McCulloch and Haglund, D. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, In Press.
L. K. Shin, Thinking About ’Non-Chinese’ in Ming China, in Antiquarianism and Intellectual Life in Europe and China, 1500–1800, P. N. Miller and Louis, F. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2012, pp. 289–309.
L. K. Shin, Book Review: Paul A. COHEN, Speaking to History: The Story of King Goujian in Twentieth-Century China. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2009, China Information, vol. 23. pp. 507-508, 2009.
L. K. Shin, Cultural Centrality and Political Change in Chinese History: Northeast Henan in the Fall of the Ming, Canadian Journal of History, vol. 39. p. 412, 2004.