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Katherine Baxter, Visiting Research Fellow / Curator of Archaeology, Leeds Museums and Galleries

Cistercians in Yorkshire (particularly Kirkstall Abbey); the archaeology of the Middle East; human remains in museum collections.
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Phil Cardew, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) Leeds Beckett University

Icelandic saga narrative (with a particular interest in the family and legendary sagas), Old and Middle English poetic and prose narrative, historical linguistics, folklore.
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Jane Flynn, Visiting Research Fellow / Notre Dame Sixth Form College, Leeds

Music and pedagogy up to c 1650; Keyboard music; Vocal and instrumental improvisation mid-14th-mid-17th centuries; Machaut; English liturgical music.
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Stephen A. Moorhouse, Visiting Research Fellow

All aspects of archaeology in the British Isles, especially landscape and settlement archaeology in Yorkshire, both religious and secular
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Richard Morris, Visiting Research Fellow / Professor for Conflict and Culture, University of Huddersfield

Archaeological study of churches and buildings, the historical geography of parish churches, approaches to the archaeology of medieval and early modern battles
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Michael Spence, Visiting Research Fellow

My main areas of interest are: medieval record-keeping; early documentary history of Northern England; economic history of northern monasteries, manuscript digitisation and digital humanities
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Pauline Stafford, Visiting Professor / Professor Emerita, School of History, University of Liverpool

British history pre 1100, in a comparative European framework, especially the period c 800-1100, and the history of women, especially elite women and queens.
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David Stocker, Visiting Professor / English Heritage (retired)

Archaeology, architecture and the landscape in the British Isles.
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Karen Watts, Curator Emeritus at the Royal Armouries and Professeur de Patrimoine et Archaeologie Militaire at the Ecole du Louvre

Arms and armour, tournaments and chivalry, dress and textiles, fifteenth-century art in England, France and Italy, and French military history
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