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UROS project gets under way

Last week the UROS project, based at the University of Lincoln, got underway. Student Diane Ranyard is collecting Cause Paper data to support the project ‘Geography, gender and reputation in the Church Courts of York 1400-1550’,  which is looking at … Continue reading

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Dr Philippa Hoskin, University of Lincoln, has been awarded a UROS (Undergraduate Research Opportunities Scheme) grant to work with Lincoln undergraduate, Diane Ranyard, on the project ‘Geography, gender and reputation in the Church Courts of York, 1400-1550’. The project will … Continue reading

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About the Project

The case papers for the church courts held at York are an essential source for anyone interested in the social, economic, physical, emotional and legal environment of England’s past. From the 14th century until the mid-19th, these paper and parchment … Continue reading

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