PhD students

Browse this list of our current PhD students, or see our past PhD students for information on previous projects and research.

Name Research
M Alenezi  Political and economic relations between the Ashraf of the Hijaz and the Ayyubid and Mamluk rulers of Egypt and Syria, 1171-1517
C Bailey Hinrick Stavoer and his context within the Hildesheim Sculpture 1500–35 
C E Ball The symbolic image of the snake in Anglo-Saxon culture, 700–900 
D Benjamin Paid service in Crusading armies to the East, 1095–1241
M Blake Anglo-Saxon Landscapes in Staffordshire
F Brooks A study of the female audiences of the manuscripts of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
G Brown Stanley Abbey and its Estates, c.1150-1650
M Busby Medieval Leicestershire 1086 to 1563: Regional consistency or regional change
N Coveney The Moated Site: Exploring the Shifting Relationship Between People and Place in the English Medieval Countryside
C Eichner Christianisation of the Isle de France region
A Fenn Territorial origins and the evolution of settlement in the middle march of Wales, 410-1536
A Fried Late 13th/early 14th century images of the Madonna
J Gilbert Differentiating Northern Middle English: An Identification of Dialectal Features Specific to Areas of Northern English
M Gilbert Landscape and society in the late medieval fenland
C Herbert English Easter sepulchres: the history and idea
S Jagot Chaucer's concept of Fin Amors and its Latin and Perso-Arabic sources
S Ling Rules for Canons in Anglo-Saxon England and Francia (GTA)
M Murphy The Iconography of Angels from the Middle Ages through the Reformation
O Roberson Satan in Old English and Old Norse (AHRC)
S van der Schee Short dipthongs in Old English
R da Silva Anglo-Saxon state formation (CAPES, Brazil)
E Vosper Reforming the Early English Church (AHRC - M3C, joint supervision with Dr P Darby, Nottingham)