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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

  • The history of crime and punishment (1200-1900).
  • 'crisis' of the fourteenth century (Famine, Black Death, Peasants Revolt)
  • Socio-legal history 
  • Family history
  • Heritage and public history
  • 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 of Doing History in Public

Co-convenor of the Legal and Social History Workshop

Member of the Social History Society and Editor of SHS Community Exchange

Digital engagement officer for Crime and Punishment Network Collections

Keywords

  • Medieval British History
  • Economic, Social History