Dr. Daniel Gerrard

Director of the Institute

daniel.gerrard@greenes.institute

01865 664408

Dr. Daniel Gerrard was educated at the Universities of St Andrews (M.A., M.Litt) and Glasgow (PhD). He has taught at the University of Oxford, where he was a college lecturer in medieval history at St Peter’s and Merton, as well as for Oxford Brookes University, and the University of Warwick. In 2013, Oxford University Student Union named him ‘Most Innovative Teacher in the Humanities’. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Dr. Gerrard’s research interests span a range of fields around religion, identity, and warfare in the high middle ages. His first monograph, The Church at War: The Military Activities of Bishops, Abbots and Other Clergy in England, c. 900-1200, was published by Routledge in 2016. He is also interested in writing history for the general public. His first short guide for a popular audience, The Connell Guide to the Normans, was published in 2017. A follow-up to that guide will be published under the title, The Normans: How William the Conqueror Changed Britain Forever, in 2020.

Director of the Institute

daniel.gerrard@greenes.institute

01865 664408

Dr. Daniel Gerrard was educated at the Universities of St Andrews (M.A., M.Litt) and Glasgow (PhD). He has taught at the University of Oxford, where he was a college lecturer in medieval history at St Peter’s and Merton, as well as for Oxford Brookes University, and the University of Warwick. In 2013, Oxford University Student Union named him ‘Most Innovative Teacher in the Humanities’. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Dr. Gerrard’s research interests span a range of fields around religion, identity, and warfare in the high middle ages. His first monograph, The Church at War: The Military Activities of Bishops, Abbots and Other Clergy in England, c. 900-1200, was published by Routledge in 2016. He is also interested in writing history for the general public. His first short guide for a popular audience, The Connell Guide to the Normans, was published in 2017. A follow-up to that guide will be published under the title, The Normans: How William the Conqueror Changed Britain Forever, in 2020.