Current PhD Students

Daniel Armstrong
‘Anglo-Papal Relations, c.1066-c.1135’

Laura Bernardazzi
“The Perception of Combat Wounds: Late Medieval Attitudes and Concepts”

Ysaline Bourgine De Meder
“Lordship in Normandy 1400-1530”

Dominika Brzezinska
Living with the burden of illegitimacy in the societies of Medieval Europe

Laura Castro Royo
The mythical bird Simurgh in the text and iconography of medieval Persia

Hiu Ki Chan
Chasity and Virginity in ca. 800-1000

Jessica Collett
“The Venerable Bede: Ecclesiastical Identity and Visions of a Church at War”

Marc Czarnuszewicz
Connecting the Plateau: Evolving socio-economic networks across the Central Iranian Deserts during the Early Seljuq period

David De Concilio
The development of legal texts in late twelfth-century England and Italy’

Christopher Eddington
‘Early English genealogies: the evolution of their content, form, and function.’

Matthew Edholm
“Letter writing in the Carolingian Rhineland”

Julia Faiers
Power, piety and legacy: the patronage of bishop Louis d’Amboise in fifteenth-century Languedoc

Guy Fassler
‘Understanding Urban Spaces in Late Medieval Italian Communes’

April Game
Representations of trees in early medieval English art and poetry

Abigail Hartman
Charity during the Plague: The Cellites in the 14th-Century Rhineland

Cameron Houston
’The Works and Worlds of Folcuin of Saint-Bertin and Lobbes, c.960-990’

Jiazhu Hu
Voices of Medieval English Towns 1300-1500

Devin Jacobsen
Greek and Latin Loan words in early Anglo-Saxon England

Holger Kaasik
Saints, Remembrance and Regional Contacts – A Multidisciplinary Approach to Italian Calendars, 1100–1500

Aron Kecskes
Violence and the development of Norman lordships in Southern Italy, ca. 1053-1127

Charlotte Kennedy
‘The Nature of Horror in Middle English Romance’

Roberta Marangi
Women and Decapitation in Medieval English Literature

Lizzie Marshall
“The Wolf in the Story”: Wolves as violent monsters and speaking humans in Old English Literature

Irina Mattioli
The Horses of the Commune of Perugia – between sociology and ideology in the thirteenth century

Hailey Ogle
Politics and Space, Gender and Community: Emotional Discourses in 12th Century Chansons de Geste and Monastic Literature

Stephanie Pambakian
Anania Širakac‘i and Scientific Knowledge in Late Antique Armenia

Claudia Rosillo
Power, Politics, and War in Medieval Ireland and Scotland

Kim Thao Le
Suspicion in English criminal procedure (13th c.): the jurors’ use of a medieval rudimentary law of
evidence from traditional forms to communal knowledge.

Miui Watanabe
“Otherness, Monstrosity and National Identity in Middle English Romance”

Dana Weaver
Anglo-Saxon Art and Identity in the North Sea

Perin Westerhof Nyman
“Livery and Dule: Dressing Life and Death in the Late Medieval Scottish Royal Household”

Gert-Jan Van De Voorde
“Lordship in the seneschalsy of Toulouse, c. 1400-1530”