Prof. Sarah Foot
Sample Lecture – The Early Anglo-Saxon Church, 597-754
Professor Sarah Foot is Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History at the University of Oxford. Her main research interests lie in ecclesiastical history in the early middle ages, and she has a long-standing interest in medieval monasticism, particularly the place of monasteries in the Anglo-Saxon Church and medieval women in religion. Her wider interests encompass the place of the Church within the societies of medieval western Europe, relations between Christians and pagans in the same period, the invention of the English as an imagined community, and historical writing in the early medieval West. Her recent publications include Monastic life in Anglo-Saxon England, c. 600-900 (2006), Æthelstan (2011), and Bede's Church (2013).
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