and Medieval Editor
I am a third-year PhD student at Lancaster University and am researching the role of bishops during the minority governments of Edward III and Richard II. Central to my investigation are questions regarding appeals to legal precedent in the construction of these interim regimes and the influence of intellectual texts that explores the nature and limitations of medieval sovereignty.
In addition to my research, I am an active member of the Centre for War and Diplomacy and recently completed an internship for the Centre. Over the course of the internship, I launched the War & Diplomacy Podcast Series with fellow EPOCH editor, Amy Stanning.
Please reach out to me if you have questions about opportunities for collaboration, the editorial process, distribution, or other general inquiries that don’t fall within the purview of my colleagues. My areas of interest are in medieval Europe, with a special focus on political history, intellectual history, and ecclesiastical history.