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Dr Katarzyna Kosior

Research Fellow

Department: Humanities

Katarzyna joined the department as a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in September 2018, after completing her PhD at the University of Southampton in 2017. She works on the early modern history of Europe, particularly Poland-Lithuania and France, focusing on royal courts, ceremony, gender and transnational politics. Her Leverhulme research project is entitled ‘Kingship, Masculinity and Elective Monarchy in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1573-1733’. She is also Honorary Fellow at Durham University.

Campus Address

Lipman 118
City Campus


Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Henry Valois’ Court and Elective Kingship in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1573-1574, Kosior, K. 10 Feb 2021, In: Historical Journal
  • First Meetings of Early Modern Royal Couples in Poland, France, and England: Protocol, Ceremony, and Emotion, Kosior, K. 2020, In: Zeitschrift fuer Slavische Philologie
  • Introduction: Between Creative Imagination and Political Reality: Literary Representations of Royal Weddings from Renaissance Poland and Beyond, Kosior, K., Rutz, M. 2020, In: Zeitschrift fuer Slavische Philologie
  • Becoming a Queen in Early Modern Europe: East and West, Kosior, K. 2019
  • Anna Jagiellon: A Female Political Figure in the Early Modern Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Kosior, K. Sep 2018, A Companion to Global Queenship, Amsterdam University Press
  • Bona Sforza and the Realpolitik of Queenly Counsel in Sixteenth-Century Poland-Lithuania, Kosior, K. 16 Aug 2018, Queenship and Counsel in Early Modern Europe, Palgrave Macmillan
  • Outlander, Baby Killer, Poisoner? Rethinking Bona Sforza’s Black Legend, Kosior, K. 2016, Virtuous or Villainess? The Image of the Royal Mother from the Early Medieval to the Early Modern Eras, Palgrave Macmillan

Qualifications

History PhD June 30 2017


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