Kirsten’s role is to provide a historical context to the Howard tombs through her doctoral thesis ‘Noble identity and commemoration in England, 1485-1572: the Howard family in context’.
She developed her interest in Tudor history during her BA in History and MSc in English Local History.
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- So what do you do?
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- Maximising church visits
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- Visit to Sheffield Cathedral
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