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Last updated 18th April 2024


Prof. Sarah Bastow is a specialist in early modern history working on religious change in the sixteenth century. She has published on a range of topics including recusant and conformist history; gender and religion and socio-religious conflict.

She is the Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning for the School of Arts and Humanities. 

She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and the Royal Historical Society and has a PGCE in post compulsory education.

She teaches on various modules at undergraduate levels and supervises post graduate students. 

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Research Expertise and Interests

  • Catholic history
  • Reformation
  • gender history
  • Edwin Sandys
  • Recusancy
  • Early Modern History
  • Northern History
  • Elizabethan
  • Tudor
  • religious history of early modern era
  • Catholic women
  • Early modern rebellion
  • Pilgrimage of Grace
  • 1569 Rebellion


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