Medieval Research at Leicester
Research in the Medieval Research Centre at Leicester is innovative, wide-ranging and interdisciplinary, covering many specialist disciplines, such as Old and Middle English, Manuscript Studies, the Crusades, and the genetic heritage of the Viking past.
We attract substantial external research grants (more than £1.75 million since 2008) from Research Councils and charities and are always looking to deepen and expand our research base through collaboration with colleagues in the UK and abroad.
HIGHLIGHTS: Recent Grants for Medieval Research at Leicester
- Leverhulme Trust Network Grant: Reconfiguring the Crusade in the Fifteenth Century: Goals, Agencies and Resonances (Housley)
- Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship: Crusading and conciliarism, 1400–1500 (Housley)
- AHRC Early Career Fellowship: Violence in the Late Medieval Classroom (Parsons)
- JISC Digitisation and Content programme grant: Manuscripts Online: Written Early Printed Culture from 1000 to 1500 (Da Rold)
- British Academy Post Doctoral Fellowship: Heresy and Orthodoxy in the works of Bede (Darby)
- The Leverhulme Trust, Major Programme Award: The Impact of Diasporas on the Making of Britain: evidence, memories, inventions (Story, Shaw, Jones, King)
- Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship: Heaven and Earth in Anglo-Saxon England (c. 650-c. 1100): the social context of theology(Foxhall Forbes)
- AHRC Network Grant: SPASE: Sense of Place in Anglo-Saxon England (Jones)