Pepin, Paulette L. Conciliar Church Policy during the Reign of Fernando IV, King of Castile- León, 1295-1312. Lewiston, New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2002.
Book In Progress:
Submitted a book proposal to Palgrave/Macmillan Publishers for my biography of María de Molina (1259-1321).
Devlin, William and Janick, Herbert, The History of Danbury (Western Connecticut State University Press, 2013).
Pepin, Paulette L. “Case Study: A 13th century Marital Contract and its Consequences for the Kingdom of Castile-León.” The Historian. 75 (Fall 2013): 806-819.
Pepin, Paulette L. "The Castilian Church and the Cortes of 1295." The Catholic Historical Review. 87 (2001): 165-184.
Paulette L. Pepin, Review of Queenship in Medieval Europe by Teresa Earenfight. The Historian, submitted 15 February 2014.
Paulette L. Pepin, Review of The Queen’s Hand: Power and Authority in the Reign of Berenguela of Castile by Janna Bianchini. History Reviews of New Books; Taylor & Francis, 41 (July2013): 135-136.
Paulette L. Pepin Review of Gibraltar Crusade: Castile and the Battle for the Strait by Joseph F. O'Callaghan. The Historian, 74 (Fall 2012): 623-624.
Paulette L. Pepin, Review of Spain: A Unique History by Stanley G. Payne. The Historian, 74 (Spring 2012): 163-164.
Paulette L. Pepin, Review of The Measure of Women by Marie Kelleher. The Historian, 74 (Spring 2012): 154-155.
Paulette L. Pepin, Review of The Other Within: The Marranos by Yirmiyahu Yovel. The Historian, 73 (Summer 2011): 406-407.
Paulette L. Pepin, Review of Making Difference in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia by Jean Dangler. The Historian, 69 (Fall 2007): 579-580.
Paulette L. Pepin, Review of Conflict and Coexistence by Lucy K. Pick. The Historian, 68 (2006): 890-891.
Paulette L. Pepin, Review of A Vanished World: Medieval Spain’s Golden Age of Enlightenment by Chris Lowney. The Historian, 68 (Fall 2006): 635-636.
Pepin, Paulette L. Review of A People’s University: The Centennial History of Western Connecticut 1903-2003, by Herbert F. Janick Connecticut History 43 (Spring 2004): 111-113.
8 May 2014, I will be presenting a paper, “María de Molina: Intrigue and Scandal in Thirteenth-Century Castile,” at the 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
25 April 2014, I will be presenting a paper, “Queen María de Molina – A Chronicler’s Interpretation!,” at 35th Medieval and Renaissance Forum at Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire.
10 May 2013, “Defining María de Molina’s Queenship,” at the 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
9 January 2010, “María de Molina: Queenship – A Partnership,” 2010 Phi Alpha Theta Biennial Conference, San Diego, California.
24 April 2009, “María de Molina: An Invincible Queen and regent,” 30th Annual Medieval and Renaissance Forum at Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire.
6 October 2006, “Juana Inés de la Cruz (1651-1695): A. cultivator of female intellectualism," 2006 Asociación de Escritoras de España y las Américas Conference, Washington, D.C.
16 April 2005, “Inquiry Lesson-Medieval Hispania: A Source of Representative Government,” 36th Northeast Regional Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.
Regional Sub-Editor, Medieval History, The Historian, a scholarly journal of Phi Alpha Theta, National History Honor Society.