As has been observed here before, one of the things about stuff on the web is that even once it’s published authors can go back and change it. This is a facility of which I avail myself very little here, except to correct typoes and botched references and so on. However, because its primary function is still, in theory, to advertise my work, I’ve just had to go back and change rather a lot of instances of a few particular things and this seemed worth admitting to up front. What I mean is: I’ve been plugging and citing my forthcoming book absolutely whenever possible here, as you’d expect, and now that there is a contract and others are involved it has been deemed necessary to change the title. So, wherever before you found references to:
Jonathan Jarrett, Pathways of Power in late-Carolingian Catalonia: charters and connections on a medieval frontier, Studies in History (London forthcoming)
you will now find instead references to:
Jonathan Jarrett, Social Relations and Political Control in Frontier Catalonia before 1000, Studies in History (London forthcoming)
and there are so many that there was no way I was going to mark them all as edited. I leave this here basically so that anyone searching for the old title will find it and its new equivalence.
Also, I’d like to plead for two other counts to be taken into consideration:
Jonathan Jarrett, “Aprisio in Catalonia in perspective” in Early Medieval Europe (Oxford forthcoming)
will now appear as:
Jonathan Jarrett, “Settling the Kings’ Lands: aprisio in Catalonia in perspective” in Early Medieval Europe (Oxford forthcoming)
though I still don’t know when, and the paper that was:
Jonathan Jarrett, “Foreigners by Name? Arabic-named communities in ninth- and tenth-century Asturias and León”
still has to go through a final approval of the revisions by the reviewer so I won’t give its intended imprimatur as it might not finally appear there, but at the moment it’s to be identified as:
Jonathan Jarrett, “Arabic-named communities in ninth- and tenth-century Asturias and León, at court and at home”
The rest is all as was and uncertain still, especially on date of actual appearance, but these ones have been retconned into submission throughout the blog, so I thought it was worth letting you know.