AboutAdam has always had a keen interest in medieval history, particularly borderlands and frontiers. He completed both a BA and MRes in History at the University of Hull in 2017 and 2018 respectively.
Adam’s PhD research focuses on identity in Yorkshire and Northumberland between 1066 and 1216, using baronial families as a lens through which to examine the distinct political, social, cultural and religious characteristics of these regions. The project is funded by NECAH under the supervision of Dr Colin Veach at the University of Hull and Dr Katherine Lewis at the University of Huddersfield.
EducationBA History, First Class Honours – University of Hull, 2017
MRes History – University of Hull, 2018
PhD History Thesis – The two norths: identity and hybridity in Yorkshire and Northumberland, 1066-1216 (2019 – )
MRes History Thesis – The key to the kingdoms: The role of the North of England in the First War of Scottish Independence (2017-2018) (https://hydra.hull.ac.uk/resources/hull:16884
MembershipsMember of the Pipe Roll Society
Early Career Member of the Royal Historical Society