Ms Elizabeth Rhodes

Ms Elizabeth Rhodes

M.A. (St Andrews), M.Litt. (St Andrews)

 

Contact Details

E-mail: egsr@st-andrews.ac.uk
Telephone - +44 (0)1334 462922
Fax - +44 (0)1334 462914

 

 

 


Teaching and Research Interests

I am interested in late mediaeval and early modern social, religious and economic history. My recently submitted doctoral thesis focused on the impact of the Scottish Reformation on the burgh of St Andrews. I am currently researching the expansion in the estates of St Andrews’ religious institutions during the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries.

   


Publications

‘Paper, Parchment and Protestants: Reformers and the Preservation of Catholic Ecclesiastical Documents in the Parish of St Andrews’, Scottish Archives, 17 (2011), pp. 44-55.

‘Property and Piety: Donations to Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews, c.1500-1559’, in John McCallum, ed., Scotland’s Long Reformation - New Perspectives on Scottish Religion, c.1500-1660 (forthcoming – to be published by Ashgate).


Teaching Duties

I teach on the following courses:

MO1007: The Early Modern Western World, c.1450-1750
MO2008: Scotland, Britain and Empire, c.1500-2000
ME3309: Mediaeval St Andrews