Monthly Archives: September 2015

Welcome Dr Natasha Hodgson, our 2015-16 Bullough Fellow

The 2015-16 Bullough Fellow is Dr Natasha Hodgson from Nottingham Trent University. Dr Hodgson is a Senior Lecturer in Medieval History at Nottingham Trent University where she is developing a Centre for the study of Religion and Conflict in Medieval and Early Modern Societies. Her research centres on the¬†crusades from the eleventh to fifteenth centuries and incorporates settler societies in Iberia, the Baltic, and the Latin East. She has a particular interest in gender, social history and historical writing. Her […]

Sarah Greer’s Documentary on Mathilda of Quedlinburg

As part of the PIMIC ITN training network, one of our PhD students, Sarah Greer, has created a short documentary based on part of her doctoral research. Sarah and the other PIMIC fellows spent a month in Madrid working with Lopez-Li Films, an award-winning documentary film production company and were asked to write, film and edit their own mini-documentary. Sarah’s documentary, ‘Born to Rule: Mathilda of Quedlinburg’ is now available to view online.