Departments and Institutes
Dissertation: 'The composition, dissemination, and use of the Homiliary of Paul the Deacon in Carolingian Europe from the late eighth to mid-ninth century'.
Other research interests: the history and development of biblical exegesis (ancient, medieval, modern); medieval preaching and liturgy; historiography; theology; manuscript studies.
Professor Rosamond McKitterick
I am available to supervise for the following:
- Part I: paper 2 (British Political and Constitutional history, 380-1100)
- Part I: paper 7 (British Economic and Social history, 380-1100)
- Part I: paper 13 (European History, 31 BC - AD 900)
Editor, with Cameron Partridge. Preaching and the Theological Imagination. A forthcoming volume in Studies in Episcopal and Anglican Theology. Series ed. by C.K. Robertson (New York, London, and Berlin, 2014
‘Patristic Exegesis and the Moral 'Sense': Historical, Liturgical, and Practical Considerations’, in Guiliano and Partridge (eds.), Preaching and the Theological Imagination.
Editor, with Charles Stang. The Open Body: Essays in Anglican Ecclesiology. Studies in Episcopal and Anglican Theology 4. Series ed. by C.K. Robertson (New York, London, and Berlin, 2012).
"The Cross in (Pseudo-) Dionysius: Pinnacle and Pit of Revelation," in Studia Patristica 68. Vol. 16: From the Fifth Century (Greek Writers), ed. by Markus Vinzent (Leuven, 2013), pp. 201-214.
'Ethnicity, Christianity: Medieval Times and Reformation Era', 'Foreigner, Christianity: Medieval Times and Reformation Era', and 'Hincmar of Reims', in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (Berlin, 2013- ).
Reviews for Anglican Theological Review; reviews and articles for The Living Church.