In November and December 2016 I am honoured to be a Visiting Fellow of The Oxford Research Centre for Humanities (TORCH).
My teaching approach has been recognised with a 2016 Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning in the Australian Awards for University Teaching
How did medieval English people encounter Magna Carta? What did they think it meant? How did they use it?
I’m honoured to have been awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning in the Early Career category for 2015
Magna Carta has been celebrated in Canberra throughout the 2015 anniversary. In October, I contributed to the final public symposium at Parliament House.
I’m proud to have been involved in a wonderful publication on medieval history for children vibrantly … Continue reading Medieval Lego: Out Now!
How was authority gendered in 13th century administrative letters? See my recent chapter in “Authority, Gender and Emotions in Late Medieval and Early Modern England” to find out.
This year in Medieval Europe, one of the first year history units I coordinate, my tutors and I trialled a new assessment strategy, which seems to have paid huge dividends in student (and staff!) engagement.
2015 marks 800 years since Magna Carta was agreed between King John and his barons, and I’m getting involved in commemorations.
#MedFemList is a hashtag which aims to bring the work of excellent female medieval studies scholars to global attention. It’s working.