Welcome to the website of Dr Kate Ash.
Here you will find information about me and my research.
Visual studies in the Piers Plowman manuscript corpus.
Archaeology; death and dying; the past in the present; gender and identity
Making a digital model of Venice and its history. A collection of blog posts written by the Digital Humanities Venice students and the Venice Time Machine researchers
Dr Ellie Pridgeon promoting the study of medieval wall paintings
19 November 2013, Queen Mary, University of London
Liz Gloyn's blog
Information and references about Anglo-Norman literature and language
Blogging on feminism, medieval studies, teaching and learning
Harvard University, March 13-15, 2014
A Library of Literary Interestingness
Commemorating Boccaccio's septcentenary
All things History
Research Methods in the Arts & Languages @ The University of Manchester
... bringing the past to life for everyone...
Early medievalist's thoughts and ponderings, by Jonathan Jarrett
Snippets and longer bits on Cumbrian history and folklore
Thinking, writing, and teaching high medieval history, by Kathleen Neal