Dr Hannah Skoda
Sample Lecture – Crime and Punishment – Later Middle Ages, c. 1250-1500
Dr Hannah Skoda is a fellow and tutor of Medieval History at St John’s College, Oxford. Her past research has focused on popular violence in later medieval northern France: exploring the interconnections between different forms of violence, the legal and cultural constructions of 'deviance', and the role of emotions in provoking outbursts of brutality. Her recent research, funded by a Leverhulme prize, looks at nostalgia in the later Middle Ages.
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