Christianity in East Anglia in the Early Medieval Period

Principal investigator: Paul Hasler
Level: Undergraduate

I am attempting to use network theory to examine the spread of Christianity in East Anglia in the early medieval period for my dissertation at the University of Leicester. One aspect of the study is investigating both 'productive sites' and artefacts such as styli and coins to look at possible networks and connections at the time, and how this relates to the archaeological and textual evidence and the networks they suggest. The dissertation is due for fairly early in the new year.

Referee: Deirdre O'Sullivan, Leicester University

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