Dr Claire Bartram


NameDr Claire Bartram
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Humanities and Education Studies

Research outputs

Kentish book culture:writers, archives, libraries and sociability 1400-1660

Bartram, C. (ed.) 2020. Kentish book culture:writers, archives, libraries and sociability 1400-1660. Oxford Peter Lang.

Discourses of Dover Haven: The interface between pragmatic and literary narratives of Dover in the late Sixteenth Century

Bartram, C. 2009. Discourses of Dover Haven: The interface between pragmatic and literary narratives of Dover in the late Sixteenth Century.

'Some tomb for a remembraunce': representations of piety in post-reformation gentry funeral monuments

Bartram, C. 2007. 'Some tomb for a remembraunce': representations of piety in post-reformation gentry funeral monuments. in: Lutton, R. and Salter, E. (ed.) Pieties in Transition: Religious Practices and Experiences, c. 1400-1640 Ashgate. pp. 129-143

Social fabric in Francis Thynne’s ‘Debate between Pride and Lowliness’

Bartram, C. 2004. Social fabric in Francis Thynne’s ‘Debate between Pride and Lowliness’. in: Richardson, C. (ed.) Clothing Culture c.1350-1650 Ashgate. pp. 137-149

‘Melancholic imaginations’: Witchcraft and the politics of melancholia in Elizabethan Kent

Bartram, C. 2003. ‘Melancholic imaginations’: Witchcraft and the politics of melancholia in Elizabethan Kent. Journal of European Studies. 33 (3), pp. 203-211. https://doi.org/10.1177/0047244103040413

Reconstructing literary life in the provinces with special reference to the Elizabethan gentry of Kent

Bartram, C. 2009. Reconstructing literary life in the provinces with special reference to the Elizabethan gentry of Kent. Archaeologia Cantiana. 129, pp. 113-128.
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