(Mary) Christine CARPENTER

Biography

Gender Female
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1946-12-07
Education Perse Sch for Girls Cambridge (govrs scholar), Newnham Coll Cambridge (MA, PhD)
Books & Publications Publications: Locality and Polity: a study of Warwickshire landed society 1401-1499 (1992), Kingsford's Stonor Letters and Papers 1290-1483 (ed,1996), The Wars of the Roses: politics and the constitution in England c1437-1509 (1997 and repeat edns), The Armburgh Papers (ed, 1998), Calendars of Inquisitions Post Mortem XXII-XXVI (gen ed and dir of project, 2003-10), Political Culture in Late Medieval Britain (ed with L Clark, 2004), various articles, reviews and chapters in books
Recreations music (concerts and opera), theatre, film, visiting art galleries, exhibitions and buildings and places of historical and artistic interest, reading, watching football, walking
Clubs N/A
Style Prof Christine Carpenter
Career Univ of Cambridge: freelance tutor and lectr various colls and Faculty of History 1976-79, fell and coll lectr New Hall 1979-2005, univ asst lectr 1983-88, univ lectr 1988-95, reader in medieval English history 1995-2005, prof of medieval English history 2005-14, professorial fell New Hall 2005-08, Faculty of History rep for the Prince's Teaching Inst until 2014, appointed Ford's Lectr Univ of Oxford 2015-16; assoc ed Oxford DNB 1994-2002; James Ford special lectr Univ of Oxford 1996, guest lectr Moscow State Univ 2006; memb Editorial Bd The Fifteenth Century, memb Medieval Sources Advsy Panel TNA (now discontinued), memb Bd of Dirs Anglo American Legal Tradition (AALT), memb AHRC Review Panel; co-ed Cambridge Univ Press Studies in Medieval Life and Thought; Royal Historical Soc Whitfield Prize 1992; Br Acad Leverhulme sr research fell 2002-03; AHRC maj research grants 1999-2008; memb Cncl Francis Holland Schs until 2014; FRHistS (1982)
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