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Essay by History PhD Student is Recognised by the Dorothy Dunnett Society

Date: 4 February 2013

An essay byAdrian Cornell du Houx (History, PhD) has been commended by the trustees of theDorothy Dunnett Society. The essay—entitled 'A Courtly Mystery: The Royal Touch in the Eleventh Century'—was one of two runners up for History Prize 2012, and will be published in the society's magazine,Whispering Gallery, and on its website. The presentation will take place in Edinburgh on 20 April 2013.Dr Stephen Boardman of the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Edinburgh University commented onthe high standard of entries this year.

Adrian Cornell du Houx is supervised by Dr Paul Hayward.


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Associated departments and research centres: History


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