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Dr Marianne Gilchrist

Research Administrator – RfPB & CANAssess

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Hull York Medical School

Qualifications

  • MA (University of St Andrews)
  • PhD (University of St Andrews)

Summary

Marianne has worked extensively in heritage (Doors Open Days/European Heritage days Co-ordinator for Scotland 2003-06) and taught in adult education in Hull, St Andrews, Edinburgh and Perth. She also worked as a guest lecturer on river cruises in Russia.

She has also worked in academic administration at the University of Glasgow, and was a member of the research team on the Cullen Project, digitising the consultation letters of Professor William Cullen.

After returning to Hull in 2017, she has worked in the Graduate School and as an invigilator, also as a freelance consultant and lecturer in historical, archaeological and art historical research and interpretation.

Recent outputs

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Book Chapter

'The Evil Genius of the Third Crusade': Conrad of Montferrat, stereotype and scapegoat

Gilchrist, M. (2020). ‘The Evil Genius of the Third Crusade’: Conrad of Montferrat, stereotype and scapegoat. In M. Horswell, & K. Skottki (Eds.), The Making of Crusading Heroes and Villains (60-74). London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429293283

Digital Artefact

Le mystère des portraits de Robespierre aux rayures

Gilchrist, M. (2022). Le mystère des portraits de Robespierre aux rayures. [Webpage text with illustrations]

Robespierre au cin‚ma anglophone

Gilchrist, M. (2022). Robespierre au cinéma anglophone. [Webpage text with illustrations]

Qui sont ces « faux Robespierres » ?

Gilchrist, M. (2020). Qui sont ces « faux Robespierres » ?. [Webpage text with illustrations]

Journal Article

Bleedthrough: The Two-Way Traffic between Popular Historiography and Fiction

Gilchrist, M. (2019). Bleedthrough: The Two-Way Traffic between Popular Historiography and Fiction. Journal of historical fictions, 2(1), 18-44

Research interests

The Aleramici of Montferrat in the Crusader states;

Historiography, history painting and historical fiction/film;

Portraiture in the French Revolution;

Church monuments;

Mediaeval art and architecture;

Troubadour and trouvere culture.

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