Jenny McHughPhD student
My PhD project explores the relationship between the Crown and ecclesiastics in fourteenth-century Scotland, with a particular focus on the reigns of David II (1329-1371) and Edward Balliol (1332-1356). My interests include the impact of warfare and violence on religious communities, political allegiance and identity, and pre-modern understandings of the nation.
The political allegiances and identities of the Scottish Clergy between 1329 and 1371.
Dr. Sophie Ambler
Dr. Fiona Edmonds
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Studentship, Lancaster University, 2018-2021
Scottish Historical Review Trust Grant 2019-2020
Royal Historical Society Research Expenses Grant 2019-2020
Geoffrey Barrow Award, The Society of Scottish Medievalists, 2019
Caroline Barron Prize, Royal Holloway, 2018
Herringham Scholarship, Royal Holloway, 2017-2018
MA Medieval Studies (2017/18), Royal Holloway University of London (Distinction).
BA History (2014/17), Royal Holloway University of London (First Class).
Member of the Centre for War and Diplomacy, Scottish History Society, Ecclesiastical History Society and Royal Historical Society. Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.
A blog post I wrote for The National Archives on the Anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath (April 2020): https://blog.nationalarchives.gov.uk/for-freedom-alone-the-declaration-of-arbroath-from-english-records/