Prof Suzanne Butters
CMEMS recognises the late Professor Suzy Butters, a member of the Art History department for more than thirty years.
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Emeritus Prof Paul Fouracre
Paul Fouracre is Emeritus Professor of Medieval History. He specialises in the history of the Franks, law and custom in medieval societies, hagiography, charters, serf-lord relations in the eleventh century, and the cost of the liturgy.
Emeritus Prof Nick Higham
Nick Higham is Emeritus professor in Early Medieval and Landscape History in History. His research interests focus on two interrelated areas: the History and Archaeology of the Early Middle Ages in Britain, and the Landscape and Settlement History of North West and North England in the Middle Ages.
Emeritus Prof Gale Owen-Crocker
Gale Owen-Crocker is an Emeritus Professor of Anglo-Saxon Literature and Culture who specialises in medieval dress and textiles. She is programme secretary for the Medieval Dress and Textile Society and co-editor of Medieval Clothing and Textiles (Boydell and Brewer).
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Emeritus Prof Stephen Rigby
Stephen H. Rigby is Emeritus Professor of History whose research has focused on a number of different areas including Marxist historiography, Weberian social theory and the philosophy of history; Medieval English social and economic history, particularly urban history; and Medieval literature.
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Emeritus Prof Don Scragg
Don Scragg is Emeritus Professor of English Literature and author of publications including The Return of the Vikings: The Battle of Maldon 991, A History of English Spelling, and Literary Appropriations of the Anglo-Saxons from the Thirteenth to the Twentieth Century.
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Honorary Senior Research Fellow Leah Scragg
Leah Scragg is Honorary Senior Research Fellow of English Literature and has published widely on Lyly and Shakespeare, including editions Lyly's Euphues and several of his plays and Discovering Shakespeare's Meaning (Macmillan, 1988), Shakespeare's Mouldy Tales (Longman, 1992), and Shakespeare's Alternative Tales (Longman, 1996).
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