Inside a Medieval Manuscript by Dr Sally Crumplin
From Robbie Bushe on February 14th, 2019
Dr Sally Crumplin explores what can we learn from a single medieval manuscript and give an insight into 12th-century society in Southern Scotland, Northern England and beyond.Dr Sally Crumplin
Sally is a Course Organiser in the Centre for Open Learning. Her research and publications focus on medieval society, politics and culture in northern England and southern Scotland, religion and the cult of the saints, and the writing and distribution of medieval manuscripts. Before joining the Centre for Open Learning, Sally was a Teaching Fellow at the University of St Andrews, taught at the Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow, and was a historical researcher at Aberdeen City Council. She has a PhD in Medieval History from the University of St Andrews.
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