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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 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 all undergraduate levels and supervises post graduate students. Sarah is one of a team of staff who teaches on the first year module  ‘Britons Aboard’, which covers 1500-2000. This module focuses on examining how the people of the British Isles have interacted with other nations. She leads the year two module ‘Reformation and Revolution’.  This covers the social and political history of Tudor and Stuart England. This makes extensive use of primary source materials. Her third year special subject module allows students to make an in-depth study of the reign of Elizabeth I.

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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