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Stephanie Emma Brown

Stephanie Emma Brown

ESRC-funded PhD candidate in History

Member of the Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure

CAMPOP Room 3.5, History Faculty, West Road, University of Cambridge

Biography:

Thesis title:
Gender and the prosecution of interpersonal violence in late medieval Yorkshire

Qualifications:
MPhil in Medieval History, University of Cambridge
BA in History and Medieval Studies, Swansea University

Research Interests

Late medieval social and economic history, legal history, history of crime and punishment (1300-1900), 'crisis' of the fourteenth century, rebellions and revolt, family history, gender, witch trials, history of violence, heritage and public history, and English and Welsh history.

Research Supervision

Supervisor: Dr Christopher Briggs

Other Professional Activities

Member of The Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure (CAMPOP)

Editor at Doing History in Public

Convenor of the Graduate Workshop in Legal and Social History 

Member of the Social History Society

Digital engagement officer for Crime and Punishment Network Collections

Keywords

  • Medieval British History
  • Economic, Social History