MA Medieval Studies (University of York), BA History (University of York)
I am researching the Anglo-Scandinavian stone sculpture produced in Yorkshire from the ninth to eleventh centuries, with particular emphasis on the landscape setting of these monuments.
2011 – Present: History of Art PhD, University of Leeds
2009 – 2010: Medieval Studies MA, University of York (Distinction)
- Garmonsway Prize for best Medieval Studies MA dissertation
2005 – 2008: History BA, University of York (First)
July 2013: International Society of Anglo Saxonists Biennial Conference (University College Dublin and Trinity College Dublin)
- Paper title: The Anglo-Scandinavian Sculpture at Otley and Weston (West Yorkshire)
July 2013: International Medieval Congress (University of Leeds)
- Paper title: A Millennium in Stone: The Nunburnholme Cross in the Landscape
July 2012: Transition Revisited: Continuing the Conversation (University of York)
- Paper title: The Leeds Cross in Context
PhD & Postdoctoral Supervision
I am supervised by Professor Catherine Karkov with secondary supervision from Professor Ian Wood (School of History).