“Oxford out of term time was wrapped in a quiet and sensitive beauty…”
Dorothy L. Sayers, ‘Gaudy Night’.
Thinking, writing, and teaching high medieval history, by Kathleen Neal
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I teach and research at the Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies in the School of Philosophical, Historial and International Studies, Monash University (Australia). Views expressed here are my own and not representative of the CMRS, SOPHIS or Monash.
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