Her research focuses on national and cultural identity in women’s accounts of the Crimean War.
E: [email protected] Robert Frost’s research focuses on the history and geography of antiquarianism and Egyptology, with specific reference to John Gardner Wilkinson, who was active in the early nineteenth century.
E: [email protected] W: https://vpp.midlands3uk/display/aexerhenottinghamacuk/Welcome T: @ERMills25 Joseph is a second-year Ph D student in the Department of History at the University of Nottingham.
His thesis attends to the political thought of the Conservative MP and Thatcherite, Sir Keith Joseph. [email protected] Darcie is a first-year Ph D student at the University of Nottingham, funded by the Midlands3Cities Doctoral Training Partnership.
As such this research will have a significant influence upon the fields of later Medieval English economic and social history and the potential to reshape our understanding of this important developing stratum of society.
Christian Paradox Thesis - University Of Nottingham History Dissertation
Secondly, an understanding of the process by which entrepreneurs gain influence and power in pre-industrial societies can communicate much to economists and social scientists studying the modern world.
I sit on the editorial board of the biannual journal Fourteenth Century England and am a member of the Harlaxton Medieval Symposium Steering Committee and co-convened the 2014 meeting on ‘The Plantagenet Empire, 1259-1453’, the proceedings of which were published in 2016.
: Archetypes and Individuals: Reconstructing the Users of the Westminster Staple Court, 1485-1532.
David Green is a graduate of the universities of Exeter (BA) and Nottingham (MA, Ph D) and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.