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Current and Past Research

Foreign diplomatic representatives at the court of James VI and I
Roberta Anderson
Supervised by: Dr. Alan Marshall and Professor Roger C. Richardson
D.Phil. (Bath Spa)
Awarded 2001

The household and court of King James VI of Scotland, 1567-1603
Amy L. Juhala
Supervised by: Professor Michael Lynch and Dr. John W.M. Bannerman
Ph.D. (Edinburgh)
Awarded 2000

Imagining England: spatial and chronological conceptions of the realm of Elizabeth and James I
Kathryn A. James
Supervised by: Dr. Laurence W.B. Brockliss
D.Phil. (Oxford)
Awarded 1999

The 'personal rule' of Elizabeth I: marriage, succession and Catholic conspiracy c.1578-1582

Natalie Mears
Supervised by: Professor John A. Guy
Ph.D. (St. Andrews)
Awarded 1999

Sir William Cecil and the British succession crisis of the 1560s
Stephen Alford
Supervised by: Professor John A. Guy
Ph.D. (St. Andrews Ph.D.)
Awarded 1996

The impact on England of James VI and I
Diana R. Newton
Dr. Brian W. Quintrell
Ph.D. (Liverpool)
Awarded 1996


Treasury account book, 1572

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Simon L. Adams, B.A. (Haverford), M.A. (Harv.), D.Phil. (Oxon.)
Research interests: Elizabethan politics & foreign policy

Stephen Alford, M.A., Ph.D. (St. And.)
Research interests: Tudor political culture & thought

Sarah Bastow, B.A., Ph.D. (Huddersfield)
Research interests: Religious history; history of Yorkshire; Catholicism & the gentry in Tudor & Stuart England

P. Glenn Burgess, B.A., M.A. (Wellington), Ph.D. (Cantab.)
Research interests: Tudor & Stuart political thought

Christopher J. Harrison, B.A., Ph.D. (Keele)
Research interests: Tudor manor courts

Terrence E. Hartley, B.A., Ph.D. (Lond.)
Research interests: Elizabethan county sheriffs

J. Clare L. Jackson, M.A., M.Phil. (Wales), Ph.D. (Cantab.)
Research interests: History of ideas in early modern Scotland; politics of the Stuart multiple monarchy

Natalie Mears, M.A. (Cantab.), Ph.D. (St. And.)
Research interests: Elizabethan politics & political culture

B. John S. Moore, B.A. (Lond.)
Research interests: Tudor demographic history; Anglo-Norman economic & social history

Darren Oldridge, B.A. (Nott.), Ph.D. (Warwick)
Research interests: Religion in early Stuart England $c$.1603-1642
Worcester College

Peter R. Roberts, M.A. (Wales & Cantab.), Ph.D. (Cantab.)
Research interests: Elizabethan court; parliament & theatre 1558-1642; Tudor Wales; early modern concepts of Britain & Britishness
Kent at Canterbury

Peter R. Seddon, B.A. (Nott.), Ph.D. (Manc.)
Research interests: Reign of James VI & I; 17th c. Nottinghamshire

Jonathan Woolfson, B.A. (Oxon.), Ph.D. (Lond.)
Research interests: Tudor humanism, intellectual & cultural history of 15th & 16th c. England & Italy
University College Chichester

Jenny Wormald, M.A., Ph.D. (Glas.)
Research interests: Dual monarchy: the reign of James VI & I

Joyce A. Youings, B.A., Ph.D. (Lond.)
Research interests: Tudor history

July 2003