Dr Amy Blakeway
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- Mediaeval History, 71 South Street
I joined St Andrews in 2019 after three years at the University of Kent, where I was Senior Lecturer in Sixteenth-Century British History and co-Director of the Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies. Before that I held a Junior Research Fellowship at Homerton College, University of Cambridge (I also received my PhD from Cambridge in 2010). In 2011-12 I was the Fulbright Robertson Visiting Professor of British History at Westminster College in Missouri. I have held visiting research fellowships at the Huntington Library in California, at the University of Aberdeen and the University of Edinburgh's Institute for the Advanced Study of the Humanities.
I am a historian of sixteenth-century Scotland with interests in political history broadly defined, ranging from Parliament and the Privy Council to propaganda and poetry, and in Scotland's relations with England and France.
- James Fox
- Jessica Secmezsoy-Urquhart
- Clementine De La Poer Beresford
- John Abernethy
- Kate McGregor
Regency in sixteenth-century ScotlandBlakeway, A., Feb 2015, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press. 290 p. (St Andrews studies in Scottish history)
Research output: Book/Report › Book
The Anglo-Scottish war of 1558 and the Scottish ReformationBlakeway, A. L., Apr 2017, In: History: The Journal of the Historical Association. 102, 350, p. 201-224
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review