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Professor Naomi Tadmor

Professor Naomi Tadmor

Professor

Bowland College
Lancaster University
Bailrigg
Lancaster
United Kingdom
LA1 4YT


Tel: +44 1524 593392

Affiliations

Centre for Law and Society

My broad and interdisciplinary research interests include the history of the family and community relations, history and literature, and the social and cultural history of the English Bible from the early modern period to modernity. I also have an interest in Jewish cultural history in the twentieth century.

PhD Supervision Interests

I have broad research interests and will be delighted to discuss possible doctoral work with students interested in British social and cultural history c. 1500-1900, with particular reference to: religious culture and the English Bible, history and literature and print culture, community relations, Jewish History.

Current Teaching

I am on sabbatical this year.

Research Interests

My broad research interests extend from the early modern period to the twentieth century. My published work has focused on the history of the family, language and texts, and practices of reading from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries, examining comparative perspectives in the long-run. My recent book has investigated the ways in which concepts of social description were coined in the English Bible and their broader intellectual and social resonances in the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries. My current work has turned to the settlement of the poor in England from the Restoration period to the nineteenth century, and is of relevance for the study of poverty and welfare up until today. Alongside this, I have an interest in modern Jewish History and am completing a long-standing investigation of popular song and music.

My first monograph, Family and friends in eighteenth-century England: household, kinship, and patronage, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2001, and is available in paperback. So is my second monograph, The social universe of the English Bible: scripture, society, and culture in early modern England, Cambridge University Press 2010, shortlisted for the Longman History Today Book of the Year Award. I have co-edited a book on The practice and representation of reading in England (Cambridge 1996, available in paperback), and have participated in editing a special issue of Continuity and Change dedicated to the history of Kinship in Britain from 500 to 2000.

Much of my work revolves around the study of social relations, and their manifestations in language and text. I am a member of the COST European research network of Lexicography.

I am a member of the the Royal Historical Society Council, and the executive committee of the Social History Society, which I also represent on the Economic History Society Board.

I am a member of the Dynamics of Memory group, centred in my department.

I have taught and researched at the universities of Lancaster, Sussex, Cambridge, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where I was also a Lady Davis Fellow and Visiting Professor.

2012

People of the Covenant and the English Bible

Tadmor, N. 12/2012 In: Transactions of the Royal Historical Society. 22, p. 95-110 16 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

2011

Degrees of Privilege

Tadmor, N. 21/04/2011 In: Journal of Victorian Culture. 16, 1, p. 118-123 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

2010

Kinship in Britain and beyond from the Early Modern Period to the Present: Introduction

Smith, R. M. & Tadmor, N. (ed.) 2010 In: Continuity and Change. 25, Special Issue 1, p. 13-14 2 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

The Social Universe of the English Bible: Scripture, Society and Culture in Early Modern England

Tadmor, N. 10/2010 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 224 p.

Research output: Book/Report/ProceedingsBook

Early modern English kinship in the long run: Reflections on continuity and change

Tadmor, N. 4/05/2010 In: Continuity and Change. 25, 1, p. 15-48 34 p.1

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  • Corpus Research in Early Modern English

    01/10/2011 →
    Summary: We are an interdisciplinary research group which is combining established areas of research excellence at Lancaster University. The emergent synthesis is generating unique methods and approac ... Read more»

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