Dr Paul Antony HaywardSenior Lecturer
- Hist100: From Medieval to Modern
- Hist119: The Fall of Rome
- Hist200: The Making of Germany, 843-1122
- Hist201: From Bede to Becket - The Cult of Saints in Earlier Medieval England, c.600-1200
- Hist213: Warlords and Holy Men - The Rise of Western Christendom
- Hist311: Bede and his World
- Hist424: Medieval Primary Sources - Genre, Rhetoric and Transmission
Dr Hayward's research interests are centred on the history of the cult of saints, political practice in medieval Europe with particular reference to Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman England, and the writing and practice of history in the European Middle Ages. In 2011-12, he was a member of the School of Historical Studies at the Institute of Advanced Study in Princeton, USA.
Selected Publications Show all 22 publications
The Earls of Leicester, Sygerius Lucanus and the Death of Seneca: Some Neglected Evidence for the Cultural Agency of the Norman Aristocracy
Hayward, P.A. 04/2016 In: Speculum. 91, 2, p. 328–355. 28 p.
'The Cronica de Anglia in London, British Library, Cotton MS Vitellius C.VIII, fols. 6v–21v: Another Product of John of Worcester’s History Workshop'
Hayward, P.A. 15/12/2015 In: Traditio. 70, p. 159–236. 78 p.
'William of Malmesbury as a Cantor-Historian'
Hayward, P.A. 31/12/2014 In: Music, Liturgy, and the Shaping of History (800–1500). Woodbridge : The Boydell Press for the York Medieval Press
'St Wilfrid of Ripon and the Northern Church in Anglo-Norman Historiography'
Hayward, P.A. 03/2012 In: Northern History. 49, 1, p. 11-36. 26 p.
'The Importance of Being Ambiguous: Innuendo and Legerdemain in William of Malmesbury's Gesta regum and Gesta pontificum Anglorum'
Hayward, P.A. 21/07/2011 In: Anglo-Norman Studies. 33, n/a, p. 75-102. 28 p.
The Winchcombe and Coventry Chronicles: Hitherto Unnoticed Witnesses to the Work of John of Worcester
Hayward, P.A. 1/07/2010 Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. 792 p.