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Dr Keith Lilley

<p>Dr Keith D Lilley (<a href="/schools/gap/Staff/AcademicStaff/DrKeithLilley/ExtendedInformation/">Extended Information</a>)</p>

Dr Keith D Lilley (Extended Information)

Qualifications

1987-1990 BA (Honours) First Class, Geography, University of Birmingham
1990-1993 PhD (Geography), ‘Medieval Coventry: a study in town-plan analysis’, School of Geography, University of Birmingham (ESRC studentship)
2000-2001 Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching (PGCHET), Graduate
School of Education, Queen’s University, Belfast

Reader in Historical Geography

Email: k.lilley@qub.ac.uk

Address

Room O2 033, Elmwood Building
School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology
Queen’s University Belfast
Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT 7 1NN, UK

Telephone

+44 (0)28 9097 3363

Current Teaching:

GAP1011 Human Geographies of the Modern World (convener)
GAP2053 Maps and Mappings: from the Stone Age to the Digital Age (convener)
GAP7102 Heritage Science and Spatial Technologies (convener)
GAP7107 Historic Landscapes and Cultural Heritage (convener)
GAP7408 Mapping Worlds (convener)

Current Administrative Roles:

School of GAP, Director of Education
School of GAP, Postgraduate Research Coordinator
School of GAP, AHRC BGP2 Coordinator

Publications:

Lilley K D (ed.) (2013) Mapping Medieval Geographies: Geographical Encounters in the Latin West and Beyond, 300–1600 (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge). ISBN 978 1 10703 691 8

Lilley K D (2012), ‘Mapping truth? Spatial technologies and the medieval city: a critical cartography’, Post-Classical Archaeologies 2, 201-24.

Lilley K D (2011) ‘Geography’s medieval history: a forgotten enterprise?’, Dialogues in Human Geography 1(2), 147-62.

Lilley K D (2009) City and Cosmos: the Medieval World in Urban Form (Reaktion Books: Chicago/London), pp.256, ISBN 978 1 86189 441 0.

Lilley K D and Lloyd C D (2009) ‘Mapping the realm: a new look at the Gough Map of Britain (c.1360)’, Imago Mundi 61(1), 1-28.

Lloyd C D and Lilley K D (2009) ‘Cartographic veracity in medieval mapping: analyzing geographical variation in the Gough Map of Great Britain’, Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99(1), 27-48.

For a complete listing see ‘Extended information

External Grant Funding:

2008 onwards

'City Witness: place and perspective in medieval Swansea' (January 2013 to June 2014), with University of Southampton and King’s College London, £285,809: AHRC

‘Discover medieval Chester: place, heritage and identity’ (January 2012 to June 2013), with Swansea University and King’s College London (AHRC Knowledge Transfer Fellowship), £172,300 (tbc): AHRC

‘Linguistic Geographies – the Gough Map of Great Britain and its making’ (April 2010 to June 2011), with King’s College London and Bodleian Library, Oxford (AHRC Beyond Text programme), £141,000: AHRC

‘Mapping medieval Chester’ (September 2008-September 2009), joint application with Dr Catherine Clarke and Prof. Helen Fulton, University of Wales Swansea, £123,116: AHRC