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Dr Sarah Rose

Research Associate

Sarah Rose

Bowland College

Lancaster University

Bailrigg

Lancaster LA1 4YT

United Kingdom

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Research Interests

My research interests are centred on power structures in the north of England during the medieval period (especially within the duchy of Lancaster). I am particularly interested in the potential influence that neighbourhood and lordship had on community formation.

Since 2010 my research roles have been focused on local and regional history, particularly that of North West England. Several of the projects I have been involved with have aimed to transfer academic research to a broader constituency in order to encourage public engagement with history and heritage.

 

Thesis Outline

My AHRC-funded PhD thesis examines the honour of Pontefract between 1086 and 1509, from the perspective of its lords and leading tenants. Based on the extent of continuity found in lateral and hierarchical ties within the honorial context, the thesis argues that the honour of Pontefract survived as a meaningful socio-political entity.

My Role

Assistant Editor for the Victoria County History of Cumbria project: http://www.cumbriacountyhistory.org.uk/

http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/users/rhc/

 

Additional Information

Publications

S.A. Rose, 'The Barony of Kendal', Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archeological Society Transactions, third series, vol. xv (forthcoming)

S.A. Rose, 'Gamblesby', Victoria County History of Cumbria (2014)

S.A. Rose, 'Helsington', Victoria County History of Cumbria (2014)

Winchester, A.J.L., E. Straughton & S.A. Rose, Manorial Records in Cumbria and Lancashire: A User's Guide,Lancaster University (2013).

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, VCH Cumbria Volunteer Handbook (1st edn 2012; 2nd edn 2013)

S.A. Rose, 'A twelfth-century honour in a fifteenth-century world: the honour of Pontefract', in L. Clark (ed.), The Fifteenth Century: English and Continental Perspectives, vol. IX (Woodbridge, 2010), pp.38-58

 

Ongoing Project Outputs

Content of the project website (http://www.cumbriacountyhistory.org.uk/) is co-authored by project members (S.A. Rose, A.J.L. Winchester). Working papers are also posted and updated regularly on this site. Working papers currently available on the project Resources page (http://www.cumbriacountyhistory.org.uk/resources) include:

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Briefing Note: Next Steps 2013-2014' (revised April 2013)

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Getting Started' Briefing Paper (revised Sept. 2012)

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Researching Your Article' Briefing Paper (revised Sept. 2012)

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Introduction' Briefing Paper (revised Sept. 2012)                                     

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Landownership' Briefing Paper (revised Sept. 1212)                                 

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Economic History' Briefing Paper (revised Sept. 2012)                             

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Social History' Briefing Paper (revised Sept. 2012)                                    

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Religious History' Briefing Paper (revised Sept. 2012)                  

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Local Government' Briefing Paper (revised Sept. 2012)                       

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Preparing Your Article' Briefing Paper (revised Sept. 2012)

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Sources Checklist' Briefing Paper (revised Sept. 2012)

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Breifing Note: Jubilee Digests' (revised Feb. 2012)

Winchester, A.J.L. and S.A. Rose, 'Briefing Note: Making A Start' (revised Jan 2011)

 

Current Teaching

2014-15: Course convenor of HIST317 'Richard III and the Princes in the Tower'

 

External Roles

Reviews Editor for the British Association of Local History http://www.balh.org.uk/

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