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Nottingham Trent University UK
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Medieval History, Religion and Conflict, Crusades, Latin East, Medieval Women and Gender, Medieval Masculinities, Domesday, Normans, Medievalism, Wars of the Roses, Genealogies, Digital Humanities
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About Me

Natasha Hodgson is Associate Professor in History and Director of the Centre Research in History, Heritage and Memory Studies (CRHHMS) at Nottingham Trent University in the UK. Her research has focused mainly on the medieval and early modern periods, with a special interest in medieval women, gender, masculinities, histories of religious warfare, and social and cultural history. She also has interests in Digital Humanities and worked on major AHRC projects such as the Hull Electronic Domesday (upon which is based) and PASE (the Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England). She id a Co-director of the Canterbury Roll Project She is an editor of the journal Nottingham Medieval Studies and the Routledge series’ Themes in Medieval and Early Modern History and Advances in Crusades Research.


Recent Publications

‘Legitimising authority in the Historia Ierosolimitana of Baldric of Dol’ in Chronicle, Crusade and the Latin East eds Andrew Buck and Thomas Smith (Brepols, 2022).

Miracles, Political Authority and Violence in Medieval and Early Modern History (Routledge, 2021)

Religion and Conflict in Medieval and Early Modern Worlds, Identities, Communities and Authorities (Routledge, 2020)

Crusading and Masculinities (Routledge 2019)

Women, Crusading and the Holy Land (Boydell, 2017)

Media Coverage
BBC Radio 4, Channel 4, TVNZ
Country Focus
Expertise by Geography
Mediterranean, Middle East, Western Europe
Expertise by Chronology
Medieval, Pre-17th century, 17th century
Expertise by Topic
Colonialism, Computational, Family, Gender, Government, Libraries & Archives, Literary History, Material Culture, Military, Museums, Politics, Rebellion & Revolution, Religion, Sexuality, Sexual Violence, Women