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Event: Teachers of Old English in Britain and Ireland, QUB

Date: 26 October 2013

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Sharon ARBUTHNOT

Assistant Editor eDIL
School of Irish and Celtic Studies
Queen’s University Belfast
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Daniel BROWN

PhD Candidate
School of History and Anthropology
Queen’s University Belfast
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Research Interests:
Hugh II de Lacy and the earldom of Ulster in the 13th century

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Ann BUCKLEY

Medieval History Research Centre
Trinity College Dublin
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Research Interests:

  • Music in Ireland to c. 1600
  • Liturgical cults of Irish saints
  • Medieval song
  • Historically informed performance
  • Patronage, politics and the social contexts of music in Medieval Europe

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Eamon Kevin BYERS

PhD Student
School of English
Queen’s University Belfast
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James DAVIS

Lecturer in Medieval History
Queen’s University Belfast
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  • Medieval social and economic history (particularly medieval English towns, markets and trade)
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Marie Therese FLANAGAN

Professor of Medieval History
School of History and Anthropology
Queen’s University Belfast
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Political and religious history of twelfth-century Ireland, Gaelic and Anglo-Norman Continue reading

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Mark GARDINER

Senior lecturer in medieval archaeology
Queen’s University Belfast
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Research Interests:
1. Medieval buildings. The development of the structure and form of buildings in England in the crucial period between AD 900 and 1250.

2. Development of rural landscapes. Recent work includes a study of evolution of early medieval settlement in woodlands and a new examination of transformation of marshlands in the eleventh and twelfth centuries. Current work looks at systems of land allocation in medieval England

3. Fishing and trading places. My most recent work is on the operation of fishing and trade in Iceland in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in conjunction with Natascha Mehler (Romisch-Germanische Kommission and the University of Vienna) Conor Graham (Queen’s University Belfast) and the Forleifastofnun Islands. Continue reading

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Christopher MARSH

Reader in History
Queen’s University Belfast
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Social and cultural history of early modern England, with a particular interest in popular music (ballads, psalms, dance, instruments, musicians, bell-ringing etc).
Previously worked on the social history of religion. Continue reading

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Mariana NEILLY

Research Student
School of English
Queen’s University Belfast
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Research Interests:
Late medieval French and English lyric poetry, in particular Charles d’Orléans;
Translation theory, reception issues, formation of canons and disciplinary boundaries;
Multiculturalism in the Middle Ages. Continue reading

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Theresa O’BYRNE

PhD Candidate
Medieval Institute
University of Notre Dame, Indiana

Current affiliation:
Teaching and Research Fellow
School of English
Queen’s University Belfast
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Research Interests:
Anglo-Irish literature and manuscript production
Middle English literature
Palaeography/Codicology
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Sinéad O’SULLIVAN

Lecturer in History
Queen’s University Belfast
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Early medieval glosses;
Carolingian intellectual history. Continue reading

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Rachel Reid

PhD Candidate
School of English / School of History and Anthropology
Queen’s University Belfast
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ERIN SEBO

Lecturer
School of English
Queen’s University Belfast
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Adrian STREETE

Lecturer
Queen’s University Belfast
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My research interests focus on Elizabethan and Jacobean drama and poetry, examining in particular the relationships between literature, theology and politics in this period. I am especially interested in early modern religious culture, including Calvinism, Puritanism, Catholicism, apocalypticism and Protestant/Catholic polemics. Published and forthcoming work has focused on these topics as well as on Marlowe, Middleton, early modern sign theory, early modern political theory, and Shakespeare and filmic appropriation. Continue reading

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Judyta Aleksandra SZACILLO

Alumna (PhD)
School of History and Anthropology
Queen’s University Belfast
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John THOMPSON

Chair of English Textual Cultures and Head of School
School of English
Queen’s University Belfast
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Research Interests:
Late Medieval Literature; production and reception issues in early book history; late medieval inter-cultural exchange in Britain and Ireland. Continue reading

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Louise Wasson

PhD Candidate
School of English
Queen’s University Belfast
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Research Interests:  

  • Female Devotional Literature; writings of the mulieres sanctae and impact on/contribution to a history of women’s writing
  • Deleuzean Philosophy; Continental Philosophy; Marguerite Porete, Catherine of Siena, Adrienne Von Speyr, Simone Weil, Anne Carson.

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Ramona WRAY

Lecturer in Renaissance Literature
School of English
Queen’s University Belfast
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Seventeenth Century Women’s Writing
Elizabeth Cary
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