Megan Cassidy-Welch is a medievalist with interests in cultural history, ecclesiastical history, the history of the crusades and history and memory. She has written on ideas of space and place, on imprisonment, on medieval refugees and more recently on war memory in premodern Europe. Megan is currently writing a book entitled Remembrance Projects: War Memory and the Crusades, 1215-1250. This is part of a longer project on remembrance and war, which is funded by the Australian Research Council through a four year Future Fellowship.
For more, see http://monash.academia.edu/MeganCassidyWelch