To pursue this research, I received two externally-funded research awards for two related projects. This resulted in an Oxford U. Landed Gentry Masculinities, authored with Dr.
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Mark Rothery, published in March Palgrave As part of this research, I organised the conference 'Engendering Gender: Production, Transmission and Change ' in I have also published an article on gender, political reputation and memory in C. Fletcher, S. Brady, R. My second area of research has been in association with Prof.
Hoyle, of the University of Reading, into land ownership in Essex and Lancashire, concentrating particularly on the decline of the small farmer, We have published several articles on this theme, and completed a monograph on the land market in the Essex village of Earls Colne, , with Manchester U. Following on from this research, I developed an interest in the neglected subject of urban common field agriculture and the effects of enclosure I have so far published two articles on this subject, and a chapter in a recent book edited by Richard Hoyle, Custom, Improvement and the Landscape in Early Moden Britain Ashgate, I have recently published an article on religious and social change in Earls Colne, in T.
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My research interests in Lancashire have included research into the politics of the small, pocket-borough of Clitheroe, in the period to , and I published an article on this theme in Oliver Creighton Archaeology , and the Poltimore House Trust, entitled 'Community and Landscape: Transforming Access to the Heritage of the Poltimore Estate', which engaged with community groups in Poltimore just outside Exeter to research the history and development of Poltimore House between the 15th and 20th centuries.
This has community-based research has continued for a decade, and will result ion a publication on the Poltimore Estate and the village of Poltimore, Most recently, I have begun to research the history of poor relief in the later eighteenth and early nineteenth century, particularly on the Essex village of Terling. This work was inspired by the task of writing an essay for the feitschrift volume for Prof. Keith Wrightson, published in Since writing this essay, I have continued research on this subject, because it has become clear that although so much research has been undertaken on the subject, we still do not understand some very basic questions.
These include: how much did recipients get in poor relief each week? How often did they receive poor relief on a weekly, monthly, or yearly basis? How long did they receive poor relief, and in which parts of their lives?
How 'dependent' did they become on relief, and did this change as economic circumstances changed between c. I am particularly interested to supervise undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations on various areas of seventeenth and eighteenth century social and economic history, including those on themes such as demographic or agricultural change, the social order, gender identity, crime, government, poverty, marriage and the family, industries and regions.
I am also happy to supervise dissertations on other early modern themes, such as seventeenth century politics, popular religion and culture, and aspects of women's history. I can also give advice on using a range of sources particularly those relating to parish government, estate management, government and poor law administration, and printed pamphlets and newspapers.
Heather Walker working on British women travellers in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
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Robert Nantes working on bankrupts and bankruptcy in England from the seventeenth to the early nineteenth centuries. Derek Janes working on the business career and smuggling activities of John Nisbet of Tweedmouth, In Feb. The overarching aims of the AHRC Knowledge Transfer Fellowship were for the project team Henry French, Oliver Creighton, Penny Cunningham, Project KT Research Fellow to work in partnership with the PHT to generate public understanding of the multi-layered history and archaeology of the building and its surrounding landscape, and to sustain this by involving local communities in the research and presentation of this heritage.
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