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Recently graduated students

Student nameThesis title
Kitrina Bevan Clerks and Scriveners: Legal Literacy and Access to Justice in Late Medieval England (2013)
Owain Connors The Effects of Anglo-Norman Lordship upon the Landscape of Post-Conquest Monmouthshire (2013)
Fiona Fleming A Persistence of Place: A Study of Continuity and Regionality in the Roman and Early Medieval Rural Settlement Patterns of Norfolk, Kent and Somerset (2013)
George House Understanding the End of Time: Decoding the Ethical Apocalyptic Trend at the Turn of the First Millennium (2015)
Jaka Jarc The Transfer of Knowledge in Anglo-Saxon England (2015)
Farag Omar Political History and Aspects of Civilisation in Seville under the Al-Mohads State, 1156-1248 (2016)
Daniel Roach Narrative Strategy in the Historia ecclesiastica of Orderic Vitalis (2014)
Richard Sandover Reconstructing the Medieval Landscape of Devon: Comparing the Results of Cartographic Analysis and the Domesday Survey (2012)
Ryan Schwarzrock Conflict and Chronicle in Twelfth-Century León-Castile: a Literary Study of the First Crónica Anónima of Sahagún (2013)
John Slevin The Historical Writing of Alfred of Beverley (2013)
Charles Tindal-Robertson Peacemaking in Medieval León and Castile, c. 1100-1230 (2014)
Alun Williams Biblical Influences on the Hispano-Latin Chronicles of León-Castile, 12th -13th Centuries (2013)
Laura Williams Painful Transformations: A Medical Approach to Experience, Life Cycle and Text in British Library, Additional MS 61823, The Book of Margery Kempe (2016)
Christopher Wilson The Dissemination of Visions of the Otherworld in England and Northern France c.1150 - c.1321 (2012)
Duncan Wright 'Middle Saxon' Settlement and Society: The Changing Rural Communities of Central and Eastern England (2012)