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Recently Graduated Students

Student nameThesis title
Tom Chadwick Re-evaluating Norman Ethnic Identity in Europe, 911-1140 (2018)
Hayley Foster A Zooarchaeological Study of Changing Meat Supply and Butchery Practices at Medieval Castles in England (2016)
David Gould Rabbit Warrens of South-West England: Landscape Context, Socio-Economic Significance and Symbolism (2017)
George House Understanding the End of Time: Decoding the Ethical Apocalyptic Trend at the Turn of the First Millennium (2015)
Jaka Jarc The Transfer of Knowledge in Anglo-Saxon England (2015)
Ryan Kemp

Kingship in Twelfth-Century English and German Saints’ Lives and Bishops’ Biographies (2019)

Peter Knowles Connecting the Medieval to the Modern: Gaming and Social Networking in Medieval France and England (2016)
Richard Nevell The Archaeology of Castle Slighting in the Middle Ages (2018)
Farag Omar Political History and Aspects of Civilisation in Seville under the Al-Mohads State, 1156-1248 (2016)
Daniel Roach Narrative Strategy in the Historia ecclesiastica of Orderic Vitalis (2014)
David Stone Mutually Assured Construction: Æthelflæd’s burhs, Landscapes of Defence and the Physical Legacy of the Unification of England, 899-1016 (2017)
Charles Tindal-Robertson Peacemaking in Medieval León and Castile, c. 1100-1230 (2014)
Teresa Tinsley Hernando de Baeza and the making of Catholic Spain (2019)
Laura Williams Painful Transformations: A Medical Approach to Experience, Life Cycle and Text in British Library, Additional MS 61823, The Book of Margery Kempe (2016)
Teresa Witcombe Between Paris and Al-Andalus: Bishop Maurice of Burgos and His World c. 1208-1238 (2019)