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Exploring medieval lives in Scotland
Joint event with speakers Dr Matthew Hammond and Dr Amy Hayes, exploring medieval names and medieval queens.

Oct 6, 2021 06:30 PM in London

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Speakers

Dr Matthew Hammond
Dr Matthew Hammond has worked extensively on the People of Medieval Scotland 1093-1314 database and web resource. Building on the prosopographical approach adopted in his thesis, Dr Hammond and Professor Dauvit Broun worked together to create the People of Medieval Scotland database and website, which was first launched in 2010 and has since attracted more than 70,000 unique users worldwide. A Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and former council member of the Scottish History Society and the Scottish Medievalists, he has published extensively on digital humanities.
Dr Amy Hayes
Dr Amy Hayes is a medieval historian with a particular interest in the role of the queen consort in Scotland. Her research focuses on the socio-cultural role of the queen consort in late medieval Scotland, encompassing the 14th to the 16th centuries. She is also interested in the care of Scottish royal infants in the late medieval period, and the experiences of elite women in the medieval period more broadly.