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Researcher: Marchant, A (Dr Alicia Marchant)

Fields of Research

British History
Historical Studies
Australian History (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)
British and Irish Literature
Heritage and Cultural Conservation

Research Objectives

Expanding Knowledge in History and Archaeology
Understanding Australia's Past
Understanding Europe's Past
Heritage

Career Best Publications

A Landscape of Ruins: Decay and Emotion in Late Medieval and Early Modern Antiquarian Narratives; Gender, emotions in medieval and early modern Europe: Destroying order, structuring disorder
Narratives of Death and Emotional Affect in Late Medieval Chronicles; Parergon
The Revolt of Owain Glyndŵr in Medieval English Chronicles; York Medieval Press
‘“Adam, you are in a Labyrinth”: The First-Person Voice as The Nexus Between Body and Spirit in the Chronicle of Adam Usk; Conjunctions of Mind, Soul and Body from Plato to the Enlightenment

Research Publications

'In Loco Amoenissimo': Fifteenth-century St Albans and the role of place in Thomas Walsingham's description of Wales; Place
'Say Sorry you Bastard!' Postcolonial shame, reconciliation and National Sorry Day
A Landscape of Ruins: Decay and Emotion in Late Medieval and Early Modern Antiquarian Narratives; Gender, emotions in medieval and early modern Europe: Destroying order, structuring disorder
A narrative approach to chronicles; Owain Glyndwr: A Casebook
Antiquarianism; Early Modern Emotions: An Introduction
Battlefields; Early Modern Emotions: An Introduction
Consuming Provence: The Place of Gastronomy in Provençal Tourism and Culture; Place
Cosmos and History: Shakespeare's Representation of Nature and Rebellion in Henry IV Part One; Renaissance Drama and Poetry in Context: Essays for Christopher Wortham
Maps; Early Modern Emotions: An Introduction
Narratives of Death and Emotional Affect in Late Medieval Chronicles; Parergon
The Aesthetic of Dark Mofo: Emotion, Darkness and the Tasmanian Gothic
The Revolt of Owain Glyndŵr in Medieval English Chronicles; York Medieval Press
The Revolt of Owain Glyndŵr in Medieval English Chronicles'
‘“Adam, you are in a Labyrinth”: The First-Person Voice as The Nexus Between Body and Spirit in the Chronicle of Adam Usk; Conjunctions of Mind, Soul and Body from Plato to the Enlightenment

Research Projects

Antiquaries and Emotions in the late medieval and early modern England CE110001011
Emotions in late medieval english chronicles CE 110001011

Research Candidate Supervision