There are more than 30 full-time staff actively involved in postgraduate teaching and supervision at the CMS, and also many emeritus staff, research staff and associates. The current Director of the Centre for Medieval Studies is Professor Linne Mooney.
Steve Ashby (Archaeology)
Archaeology of portable materials; use of animal products in craft and industry
Tim Ayers (History of Art)
English medieval art and stained glass
Henry Bainton (English)
Latin and French literature of the High Middle Ages
Peter Biller (History)
Heresy; medicine; medieval thought on population.
Victoria Blud (English) Teaching Fellow
Concepts of space and place, transitional texts and the unspeakable in medieval literature and culture
Venetia Bridges (English) Postdoctoral Research Fellow
English, French and Latin literature of the Middles Ages, especially the twelfth to fourteenth centuries
Sarah Brown (History of Art)
Stained Glass; ecclesiastical architecture
Michele Campopiano (English)
Medieval Latin texts, medieval historiography and geography, cultures and literatures of medieval Italy, Franciscan cultural traditions and relationships between Europe and the Middle East in the Middle Ages.
Kenneth Clarke (English)
Late medieval Italian literature, in book production and circulation, the commentary tradition, glosses and marginalia and all aspects of the work of Dante.
Laura Crombie (History)
History of the Low Countries in the later middle ages with a focus on urban groups.
Catherine Cubitt (History)
Anglo-Saxon history; early medieval religious and cultural history.
Jonathan Finch (Archaeology)
Church monuments and commemorative art; landscapes.
Helen Fulton (English)
Medieval Literature in historical and political contexts; Arthurian literature; Medieval Celtic languages and literatures.
Mary Garrison (History)
Early medieval literary and cultural history
Kate Giles (Archaeology)
Medieval and post-medieval buildings
Jeremy Goldberg (History)
Later medieval English social and cultural history; women's and gender history
Jane Grenville (Archaeology)
Medieval standing buildings
Guy Halsall (History)
The history and archaeology of Merovingian Gaul and an interest in the relationship between violence and society
Jane Hawkes (History of Art)
Late antique and early medieval art and icongraphy
Amanda Lillie (History of Art)
Italian Renaissance art & architecture; patronage
Emanuele Lugli (History of Art)
Mediterranean art, architecture and visual culture from 1000-1500, with an emphasis on the nexus between art, politics, science and technology
Aleks McClain (Archaeology)
Archaeology of churches, commemoration, and the Anglo-Norman period
Nicola McDonald (English)
Romance and medieval French literature; Chaucer and Gower; gender studies
Linne Mooney (English)
Medieval English Palaeography
Michelle Mundee (Archaeology)
The application of biomoelcular techniques to aid in understanding the resource base of communities and to investigate the interaction between humans and animals in past societies, with a focus on the medieval period
Christopher Norton (History of Art)
Medieval ecclesiastical art and architecture
Jeanne Nuechterlein (History of Art)
Late medieval and Reformation art of northern Europe
Terry O'Connor (Archaeology)
The relations between past peoples and the animals around them.
Mark Ormrod (History)
Late medieval English government and politics
Sarah Rees Jones (History)
Medieval social history, both urban and rural; medieval social ideals (eg utopias); Medieval towns (especially York), including archaeological, cultural and political aspects.
Julian Richards (Archaeology)
Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon and Viking Age England
Lucy Sackville (History)
Medieval heresy and its repression, concentrating on the histories of Italy and southern France.
Craig Taylor (History)
Late medieval French political culture; 100 Years War; Joan of Arc; chivalry
Matthew Townend (English)
Viking language and literature
Elizabeth Tyler (English)
Old English poetics (style and diction); orality and literacy; narrative
Michele Vescovi (History of Art)
Art and architecture of the eleventh to thirteenth century, with a special focus on the geography of art
Hanna Vorholt (History of Art)
Illuminated manuscripts, and the representation of Jerusalem in the medieval West.
Kathleen Walker-Meikle (History) Wellcome Research Fellow
Animal-human relationships in the High and Late Middle Ages
Sethina Watson (History)
Social, religious and urban history of England 1050-1350; legal form and social role of hospitals
George Younge (English) Postdoctoral Research Fellow