Okay, so I found a couple boxes I forgot I had... oops! So I've added some new stuff to my give-away list. For simplicity's sake, I'm listing them here so you don't have to try to figure out which ones they are on LibraryThing.
Diane Bornstein, The Lady in the Tower: Medieval Courtesy Literature for Women
Mary Theresa Brentano, Relationship of the Latin facetus literature to the medieval English courtesy poems (Bulletin of University of Kansas).
Christopher Dyer, An Age of Transition?: Economy and Society in England in the Later Middle Ages (Ford Lectures)
Gerhard Endress, An Introduction to Islam
Geoffroy de la Tour Landry, The Book of the Knight of La Tour Landry (this is the EETS edition of the mid-fifteenth century manuscript edition, different from Caxton's late fifteenth-century printing)
Frances Gies, The Knight in History
John Hatcher, Plague, Population, and the English Economy, 1348-1530
C. Dallett Hemphill, Bowing to Necessities: A History of Manners in America, 1620-1860
Johan Huizinga, The Autumn of the Middle Ages
Ruth Kelso, Doctrine for the Lady of the Renaissance Denis Stuart, Latin for Local and Family Historians: A Beginner's Guide
Marjorie McIntosh, Working Women in English Society, 1300-1620 (second copy)
Jonathan Nicholls, The Matter of Courtesy: A Study of Medieval Courtesy Books and the Gawain-Poet
Helen Nicholson, Palgrave Advances in the Crusades
Jonathan Riley-Smith, The Crusades: A Short History
Barbara Rosenwein, A Short History of the Middle Ages, 2nd ed.
John Schofield, Medieval London Houses
Michael Theall, Motivation from Within: Approaches for Encouraging Faculty and Students to Excel
Frederic M. Wheelock, Wheelock's Latin: The Classic Introductory Latin Course (this is a newer edition than the other Wheelock listed, and is also a clean copy)
I haven't packed anything yet (as you know, since I have to get back to everyone with specific numbers), so feel free to add to a previous request).
Also, a change in policy: grad student dibs will end at 6 pm EST on Tuesday, not midnight (I don't know why I picked midnight!). (I thought this might be a little easier!)