Dr Chris Lewis

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Dr Chris Lewis
Modern History, Oxford, DPhil Oxford on effects of the Norman Conquest on the Welsh Marches
Position/Fellowship type:
Senior Research Fellow
Institute of Historical Research
Room K 4U.18 Department of History King’s College London Strand London WC2R 2LS
020 7848 1885
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Research Summary and Profile

Research interests:
Modern History
Summary of research interests and expertise:

English and Welsh history in the Central Middle Ages (900–1200); the history of English local history in the earlier 20th century, and the social history of naming (specifically house names of the 1920s and 1930s).

Publication Details

Related publications/articles:

Date Details
01-May-2017 Danish landowners in Wessex in 1066


 Oxbow Books

01-May-2017 [several hundred on-line biographical profiles and discussions of personal names]

Research aids

 King's College London

01-May-2016 Comment identifier les propriétaires fonciers du Domesday Book en Angleterre et en Normandie? The cas d’Osbern fitzOsbern


 Presses Universitaires de Caen

01-Jan-2011 The Great Awakening of English Local History

in New Directions in Local History ed. C. Dyer et al

01-Jan-2011 A new approach to personal names and cultural identity in nineteenth-century Britain

Balt Onomastikos Tyrimai (2)

01-Jan-2008 Edgar, Chester, and the kingdom of the Mercians, 957–9

Edgar, King of the English 959–975: New Interpretations, ed. Donald Scragg, Woodbridge

01-Jan-2008 William Page (1861–1934), general editor of the Victoria County History 1902–34

Making History: The Changing Face of the Profession in Britain

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