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.
I’ve recently been appointed as International Visiting Fellow in Medieval History at the University of Lincoln, UK. I’ll be visiting between 17 June and 19 July.
I’ve just secured some seed funding for an interesting new project on meanings of medieval anonymity. The project will begin in June with a trip to UK libraries and archives.
A session (or sessions) is planned for the Empire thematic strand at the International Medieval Congress (IMC), Leeds, in 2014 on aspects of the ‘Angevin Empire’ from Matilda the Empress to Edward III. Abstracts to Kathleen by 15 Sept 2013.
I’m just back from a successful, whirlwind research trip to the UK.