Current PhD Students

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Student Info
Topic
Supervisor
Eoghan Ahern [ea359] (Darwin)

The Imagery of the Natural World in Bede: Hagiography, Exegesis and History

Dr Rosalind Love
David Baker [db409] (Magdalene)
Skaldic Poetry and the Discourse of Counsel

Dr Judy Quinn

Julia Bolotina [jb781] (St John's)

Church, Laity, and Anglo-Saxon Medicine

Debby Banham

Rosalind Bonté [rsm42] (Trinity Hall)

Cultural Identity and Literary Perception in Norse Greenland
Dr Elizabeth Rowe
David Callander [dc549] (Emmanuel) Narrative in Welsh and English Poetry Before c.1250 Prof. Paul Russell

Vicky Cribb [vac32] (Darwin)

'The Expressible Past': A study of Discursive Modes in Íslendinga saga Dr Judy Quinn
Albert Fenton [agpf2] (Trinity) An Articulation of Power: The Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman Writs Prof. Simon Keynes
Robert Gallagher [rdg25] (St John's) Latin Literary Culture in the Age of Alfred the Great and Edward the Elder Dr Rosalind Love

Desirée Goverts [deg26] (St. Catharine's)

A Linguistic and Stylistic Analysis of the Bóroma Dr Máire Ní Mhaonaigh
Benjamin Guy [bdg25] (Pembroke) The Textual History of Medieval Welsh Genealogical Tracts Prof. Paul Russell

Tony Harris [awh28] (Sidney Sussex)

'Time and Tide' - A Re-evaluation of Certain Words for Time and Season in Old English Literature. Dr Richard Dance
Eleanor Heans-Glogowska [ebh21] (Newnham) The Longest Saga of Olafr Tryggvason and the Development of Historical Writing in Scandinavia [SUBMITTED] Dr Elizabeth Rowe
Alice Hicklin [ah504] (Trinity) Hostages in Anglo-Saxon England and its Neighbours Prof. Simon Keynes
Sara Lackner [sl489] (Trinity) Changing Texts, Changing Textual Communities: Manuscript Context and Meaning in Some Tales from the Yellow Book of Lecan Dr Máire Ní Mhaonaigh
Rosalind Lintott [ral62] (Trinity) Insular and Continental Latin Mirabilia Accounts and Encyclopaedia Transmission Dr Rosalind Love

James Lloyd [jwl31] (Peterhouse)

The role of the Reeve in the local administration of Anglo-Saxon England [SUBMITTED] Prof. Simon Keynes
Thomas Lynch [tcl40] (St John's) Ritual in the Cult of the Saints in Early Medieval England Dr Rosalind Love
Rebecca Merkelbach [rm625] (Clare) Characters on the Margin in Icelandic Saga Literature Dr Judy Quinn

Silva Nurmio [smn36] (St John's)

Studies in Grammatical Number in Old and Middle Welsh
Prof. Paul Russell
Helen Oxenham[ho238] (King's)

Perceptions of femininity in early Irish Society. [SUBMITTED]

Dr Máire Ní Mhaonaigh

Simon Patterson [sap60] (Corpus Christi)

The Perception of Prophecy in the 'Íslendingasögur' Dr Judy Quinn

Veronica Phillips [vmp26] (St John's)

Exile and Exilic Spaces in Medieval Irish Literature [SUBMITTED] Dr Máire Ní Mhaonaigh
Julianne Pigott [jp605] (Trinity) Cumann Comnae: Constructing Christian Identity in the Bethada of the Book of Lismore Dr Máire Ní Mhaonaigh
Maria Teresa Ramandi [mtr32]
(St. Edmund's)
Latin and Norse in Medieval Icelandic Culture: A Comparative Analysis of Some Translated Saints' Lives Dr Elizabeth Rowe
Sophie Rixon [slr37] (Trinity) Anglo-Saxon Foundation Charters [SUBMITTED] Dr Richard Dance
Joanne Shortt Butler [js616 ] (Clare Hall) The Portrayal of Ójafnaðarmenn and Ofsamenn in the Íslendingasögur Dr Judy Quinn
Razvan Stanciu [rrs30] (St John's) Attitudes Towards Paganism in Middle Irish and Old Norse Narratives of the Trojan War Dr Máire Ní Mhaonaigh

Christine Voth [cbv21] (Newnham)

An Analysis of the Anglo-Saxon Manuscript, London, British Library, Royal 12.D xvii
and its Context in the Re-emergence of Manuscript [SUBMITTED]
Dr Debby Banham

Sarah Waidler [sw544] (Trinity Hall)

The Hagiographer and His World: The Writing of Saints' Lives in Ireland in the
Central Medieval Period
Dr Máire Ní Mhaonaigh
Myriah Williams [mjw202] (Corpus Christi) Studies in the Black Book of Carmarthen. Prof. Paul Russell

 

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