Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies

Postgraduate students

Staff associated with our Centre supervise PhD and Master's students in many disciplinary and cross-disciplinary areas of medieval and early modern studies.

Current PhD and Master of Arts (Research) students

  • Hugh Chevis (PhD)
    Family strategies and business success: What made the Spanish-cloth entrepreneurs successful in early modern England?
    Supervised by Stephanie Tarbin
    School of Humanities 

  • Jessica Lenney (PhD)
    Medieval East Yorkshire 1350-1500 AD: A Regional Landscape Study
    Supervised by Philippa Maddern
    School of Humanities

  • Joanne Merrey (PhD)
    Women, Clothing and Agency in Late Medieval English Texts: Narrative, Symbolic and Social Discourses
    Supervised by Andrew Lynch and Stephanie Tarbin
    School of Humanities

  • Kane Pittard (PhD)
    The Development of English Civil War Fortifications 1640-1648 A.D.
    Supervised by Stephanie Tarbin
    School of Humanities 

  • Deborah Seiler (PhD)
    Medieval Bromance: Friendship among upperclass men in late medieval England (c.1300-1400)
    Supervised by Andrew Lynch
    School of Humanities

  • Jennifer Wright (PhD)
    Supervised by Stephanie Tarbin
    School of Humanities

    Recently completed PhD and Master of Arts (Research) students


    • Georg Corall (PhD) (Completed 2014)
      The Sonsfeld Collection and the Sonsfeld Catalogue: Examples of and reflections on the role of 'Hautboisten' (oboe band and all-round musicians) at the beginning of the eighteenth-century
      Supervised by Jacqueline Van Gent, Suzanne Wijsman, Samantha Owens
      School of Music
    • Clare Davidson (PhD) (Completed 2016)
      Reading the erotics of religion in late Middle English culture
      Supervised by Philippa Maddern
      School of Humanities

    • Sarah Dempster (PhD) (Completed 2013)
      Struggling with diversity: Changing ideas of the relationship between society and landscape in seventeenth-century England
      Supervised by Andrew Lynch, Bob White
      School of Humanities
    • Loretta Dolan (PhD) (Completed 2014)
      Nuture and neglect: Childhood and childrearing practices in the north of England c. 1450-1603
      Supervised by Stephanie Tarbin and Philippa Maddern
      School of Humanities
    • Ben Fuller (MA)
      The idea of the Holy Roman Empire c. 1250-1648.
      Supervised by Susan Broomhall, Philippa Maddern
      School of Humanities
    • Jennifer Hole (PhD) (Completed 2015)
      Economic Justice in Late Medieval England
      Supervised by Philippa Maddern
      School of Humanities

    • Ann Minister (PhD) (Completed 2013)
      Family strategies and relationships: The labouring poor of Derby and south Derbyshire c. 1750-1834
      Supervised by Susan Broomhall, Stephanie Tarbin
      School of Humanities
    • Michael Ovens (PhD) (Completed 2016)
      The rise of the rule: the epistemological implications of defining martial skills as an art or science, 1400-1650
      Supervised by Bob White
      School of Humanities
    • Brid Phillips (PhD) (Completed 2017)
      Stirring the pot with colour: an examination of the affective role of colour use in the drama of William Shakespeare
      Supervised by Bob White and Andrew Lynch
      School of Humanities
    • Ciara Rawnsley (PhD) (Completed 2014)
      Folk- and fairy tales in Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well, Cymbeline and A Midsummer Night's Dream
      Supervised by Danijela Kambaskovic-Sawers, Bob White
      School of Social and Cultural Studies
    • Lesley Silvester (PhD) (Completed 2013)
      A longitudinal study of poor families in early modern Norwich c. 1560-1700
      Supervised by Susan Broomhall, Stephanie Tarbin
      School of Humanities
    • James Smith (PhD) (Completed 2014)
      The poetics of water in twelfth-century Western Christendom: Pedagogical, spiritual and cosmological models
      Supervised by Andrew Lynch, Philippa Maddern
      School of Humanities
    • Makoto Takao (PhD) (Completed 2016)
      Global Emotion: Performance Practices of Jesuit Conversion in Early Modern Japan
      Supervised by David Symons
      School of Music


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