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Sep 29 2022

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7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Autumn Lecture Series: Prof Sarah Foot

The second in our Autumn Lecture series sees Canon Prof Sarah Foot discuss the ‘family’ of monasteries that Wilfrid founded in England.

Entrance to the Autumn Lecture Series is free but a retiring collection will be taken. Donations to support the work of Ripon Cathedral are greatly appreciated.

Doors will open at 7pm. The bar will be open before the lecture begins at 7.30pm.

Canon Prof Sarah Foot: Profile

Qualifications

MA, PhD (Cambridge)

Academic Background

Educated at Newnham College Cambridge. Research Fellow then Fellow and Tutor, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge 1989-93; Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Professor of Early Medieval History at University of Sheffield, 1993-2007.

Undergraduate Teaching

History of the Western Church, 1050-1350; The English Church and Mission, 597-754

Research Interests

Medieval monasticism, particularly Anglo-Saxon monasteries and women in religion. Wider interests in the early medieval Church and society and the invention of the English and in historiography and historical theory. An edition of the Anglo-Saxon Charters of Bury St Edmunds Abbey prepared with Kathryn A Lowe is forthcoming with the British Academy. Current project: a major study of the life and work of the Venerable Bede.

Publications include

Veiled Women: the Disappearance of Nuns from Anglo-Saxon England (2 vols, Ashgate, 2000)

Monastic Life in Anglo-Saxon England c. 600-900 (Cambridge University Press, 2006)

Æthelstan: the First King of England (Yale University Press, 2011)

The Oxford History of Historical Writing, II 600-1400, ed. with Chase F. Robinson (Oxford University Press, 2012);

The Sage Handbook of Historical Theory, ed. with Nancy Partner (Sage Publications, 2013)

Bede’s Church, Jarrow Lecture 2012 (St Paul’s Church, Jarrow, 2013)

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