University of Oxford
'Agnomina in Early Medieval England: A Socio-onomastic Case study
My research focuses on 'nicknames' in early medieval England and how they reflect changing social and political realities, especially in regard to the Danelaw.
Supervisor: Professor Stephen Baxter
Awards and Honours
Turville-Petre Prize for Old Norse Studies (awarded by the Viking Society for Northern Research) - 2019
Early Career Member of the Royal Historical Society - 2021
Society of Name Studies in Britain and Ireland essay prize - 2022
'Landnámabók – A Socio-Onomastic Case-Study' - The Háskóli Íslands Student Conference on the Medieval North, 2021
'Landnámabók, Agnomina and Group Fidelity: A Socio-onomastic Case-study' - CCASNC, 2021
'Nicknames of 'disability' in early medieval England' - American Names Society Conference, 2022
I am the convener of the Historical Socio-Onomastics Reading Group - all subjects and levels of expertise are welcome.