Dr Bagchi specializes in the history and thought of the Reformation, with a particular interest in the theology of Martin Luther, early modern religious polemic, and the use of the printing press for disseminating theological ideas.
Dr Bagchi is happy to supervise MA and PhD students who wish to work on topics in the history and thought of the Reformation.
Ralph Werrell, The roots of Tyndale's theology (principal supervisor)
Lesley Agar, The Seven Deadly Sins in Shakespeare (co-supervisor)
Sarah Walton, The pivot of authenticity in the modern fiction of ancient Rome (co-supervisor)
Current PhD supervisions
Michael Haughton, English Catholic hebraism in early Tudor England (principal supervisor)
Sally Fulker, Church welfare organizations in the DDR (second supervisor)
Anna Watkinson (Creative Writing Ph.D.) (principal supervisor)