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Tabitha Stanmore

Tabitha is in the third year of her History PhD on magic in medieval and early modern English society. She has been part of Question almost since its inception, and is passionate about its capacity to share new research and ideas across and beyond academia. Tabitha has presented at national and international events, organised two interdisciplinary conferences, and is former head of the South, West and Wales DTP Gender and Sexuality research group. Her research is funded by the South, West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership, and is supervised by Professor Ronald Hutton at the University of Bristol and Dr Catherine Rider at the University of Exeter.

 

When not reading fourteenth century spells or ranting about interesting things she's learnt, Tabitha can generally be found ranting about politics (often to her sympathetic cat, Faustus), and eating cheese.