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Dr Neil Murphy

Associate Professor

Department: Humanities

My main interests lie in the history of later medieval and early modern France, especially the period 1300 to 1600, as well as war and foreign relations during the reign of Henry VIII. I work principally from archival materials and I am also the reviews editor of the journal Archives.

Key Publications

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  • A “Very Fowle Warre”, Murphy, N. 18 Jun 2019, In: War in History
  • The Tudor Occupation of Boulogne, Murphy, N. 31 Jan 2019
  • Town and Crown in Late 15th-Century France: Rouen after the Reduction, c.1449-1493, Murphy, N. 1 Jun 2018, La guerre en Normandie (XIe-XVe siècle), Université de Caen
  • Henry VIII, János Szapolyai and the Struggle for Hungary, 1526–36, Murphy, N. 1 Apr 2018, In: Sixteenth Century Journal
  • Violence, Colonization and Henry VIII’s Conquest of France, 1544–1546, Murphy, N. 17 Nov 2016, In: Past & Present
  • The Captivity of John II, 1356-60, Murphy, N. 22 Oct 2016
  • Ceremonial Entries, Municipal Liberties and the Negotiation of Power in Valois France, 1328–1589, Murphy, N. Jul 2016
  • The Court on the Move: Ceremonial Entries, Gift Giving and Access to the Monarch in France, c.1440-c.1570, Murphy, N. 2016, The Key to Power? The Culture of Access in Early Modern Courts, 1400-1700, Brill
  • Henry VIII's First Invasion of France: The Gascon Expedition of 1512, Murphy, N. 2015, In: The English Historical Review
  • Politics, Honour and Display: The Captivity of John the Good, Murphy, N. Jun 2014, In: Quaestiones Medii Aevi Novae


History PhD September 30 2008

PGR Supervision

Adam Drake Start: 01/10/2018


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