Lecturer in Medieval History
Department of History
University of Hull
Honorary Research Associate
Medieval History Research Centre
Trinity College Dublin
Medieval Aristocracy; Medieval Britain and Ireland; Lordship; Medieval Frontiers
Lordship in Four Realms: The Lacy Family, 1166 – 1241. Manchester Medieval Studies. (Manchester: Manchester University Press, forthcoming).
with Freya Verstraten Veach, ‘William “Gorm” de Lacy, “Chiefest Champion in These Parts of Europe”’, in Seán Duffy (ed.), Princes, Prelates and Poets in Medieval Ireland: Essays in Honour of Katharine Simms (Dublin: Four Courts Press, forthcoming 2012).
‘King and Magnate in Medieval Ireland: Walter de Lacy, King Richard and King John’, Irish Historical Studies, xxxvii, no. 146 (Nov, 2010), pp. 179-202.
‘Beyond Respite: A Case Study in Local Power and Authority During the Minority of Henry III’, Henry III Fine Rolls Project: Fine of the Month (July, 2010). (http://www.finerollshenry3.org.uk/content/month/fm-07-2010.html).
Power, Authority and Rule in the Middle Ages;
Historians of the Middle Ages