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Professor Christopher Marsh

School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics
Christopher Marsh

Professor Christopher Marsh

School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics

Professor Marsh’s work focuses on the social and cultural history of England during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. He has published work on popular religion, religious nonconformity, social relations, gender relations and popular music.

Research opportunities

Open to PhD applications in the field of

  • Early modern British history, particularly social and cultural history

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Public outreach & key achievements

  • Currently working with the Carnival Band on an AHRC-project entitled ‘Hit Songs and their Significance in Seventeenth-Century England’. We have staged a series of public concerts in England and Ireland, and a major website featuring images and recordings of 100 early-modern pop songs is under construction.

Research students

PhD Title Diary of George Lloyd (late C17th/early C18th)
Country Northern Ireland
   
PhD Title  Representation of medieval queens and concubines in early modern England
Country  Northern Ireland 
   

 


Alumni: Where are they now

PhD Title The collection of ephemeral print in England (1650-1750)
Country GB
Current Position  Applying for post-doc positions
   

 

 


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