Dr Stephen Marritt
- Lecturer (History)
- Chief Advisor (Arts & Humanities Academic & Student Administration)
I work on the eleventh and twelfth centuries and am particularly interested in the political, ecclesiastical and social history of the Anglo-Norman period in Britain.
I have supervised theses on the Norman Bishops of the Eleventh century; Bishops and War in Eleventh and Twelfth-Century England; Geoffrey of Anjou; and the Tosny, Giffard and Clare families in the eleventh and twelfth-centuries. I'm very interested in working with students on any aspect of Anglo-Norman or Eleventh and Twelfth-Century political and ecclesiastical history.
I teach honours modules on The Norman Conquest; the Civil War of King Stephen's Reign; and The Papacy in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries. Also at Honours level I work with students volunteering with museums and charities seeking historical help. At postgraduate level I teach Palaeography, Diplomatic and a module on the The Normans.