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. Connect with Kathleen’s research via academia.edu here.
Recent Conference Papers
- ‘Epistolary In-Groups: Textual Communities and Royal Correspondence in 13th-Century England’, International Medieval Congress [IMC], Leeds, (July 2015).
- ‘Edward I’s Correspondence with Gascony’, IMC, Leeds, (July 2014).
- ‘Edward I and the Three Queens: Litterae de Statu and Anglo-French Diplomacy in the Late Thirteenth-Century’, Kings & Queens II: Making Connections, Winchester (July 2013).
- Australian Early Medieval Association
- Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (ANZAMEMS)
- 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