Kathleen’s research interests include rhetoric, epistolary form, literacy, the use of vernacular languages, patronage and political relationships. Her recent work concerns English royal correspondence under Edward I.
Recent Conference Papers
- ‘On stage and off: formal and familiar letters in medieval Anglo-French diplomacy’, Letters, Memory and Diplomacy Symposium, Sydney (Jan 2018)
- ‘Moving Allies: Edward I’s Expenses for his Daughters as Diplomatic Exchange’, 11th Biennial Conference of ANZAMEMS , Wellington (Feb 2017).
- ‘Women in medieval political networks: a feminist reading’, Melbourne Feminist History Group, Melbourne (Oct 2016)
- Australian Early Medieval Association
- Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (ANZAMEMS)
- Australian Historical Association
- British Records Association
- The Haskins Society
- The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in History
- The Medieval Academy of America
- The Medieval Association of the Pacific
- Royal Studies Network
- Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship
- Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature