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WAALT: the Wiki for the Anglo-American Legal Tradition Website

WAALT is a project of the Anglo-American Legal Tradition (AALT) website of the University of Houston.

WAALT is a wiki site that shares research findings on a wide range of themes. After receiving an account, researchers can post relevant links to documents from AALT and elsewhere, then summarize, translate, and comment upon them.


WAALT's goals are

  • furthering the history of England and Wales
  • enabling the exploitation of TNA documents available on AALT and elsewhere
  • expanding the research community by providing a research purpose short of publication
  • lowering the cost of research by expanding online research capability
  • providing a collaborative model of research


Adding information requires an account. To receive an account, email rpalmer@uh.edu and explain your interests (we ask this to prevent granting access to possible vandals). We aim to establish very broad membership. Academics, students, and independent researchers of all varieties are welcome.

WAALT for Cities and Towns

ENGLAND: A* -- B* -- C* -- D-E* -- F-G* -- H-I* -- J-L* -- M-N* -- O-P* -- Q-R* -- S* -- T-V* -- W-Z*

WALES: A-L* -- M-Z*

Volunteers who are involved actively in building the site will be listed here as directors. WAALT needs more directors and encourages members to participate.

WAALT for Themes

Advowsons -- Cases of Interest --Duties of Officials -- Infrastructure -- King's Council -- Marriage -- Medical -- Occupations -- Parish Management -- Parliament -- Prohibition/Premunire -- Religion Miscellany -- Review Procedures -- Tax Collection -- War -- Wills/Intestacy Volunteers who are involved actively in building the site will be listed here as directors. WAALT needs more directors and encourages members to participate.

Research Groups

Active:

Forming:


Contact rpalmer@uh.edu to have a group, active or forming, listed here.

Help Area/Skills Transmission

Help Area for Palaeography


To contact WAALT for any reason, email rpalmer@uh.edu and include "WAALT" in the subject line.


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