Dr Amanda Capern
Senior Lecturer in Early Modern Women's History
|Biography||Amanda Capern is a specialist in early-modern British and European women's and gender history and is editing The Routledge History of Women in Early Modern Europe.
Her current research focuses on authority, power and emotions, and she is writing a book on family relations, finances and the law courts.
Amanda Capern is Principle Investigator on the Gender, Place and Memory interdisciplinary and inter-faculty research cluster at the University of Hull, running a series of projects on early-modern women's property.
She is co-editor of Gender and History - a Palgrave book series - and welcomes book proposals on any area of gender history.
|Teaching and Learning||Undergraduate
- Early Modern People and their Worlds
- Gender, Society and Culture in Early Modern England
- Themes in Medieval and Early Modern European History