Kenneth F. Duggan
Kenneth F. Duggan received his PhD in 2017 from King’s College London with a dissertation entitled “Communal Justice in Thirteenth-Century England.” He was awarded the 2018 Leonard Boyle Prize for his dissertation. His most recent publication is “The Ritualistic Importance of Gallows in Thirteenth-Century England,” in Crossing Borders: Boundaries and Margins in Medieval and Early Modern Britain, eds. Sara M. Butler and K.J. Kesselring (Leiden: Brill, 2018): 153-172. He was awarded the 2017 David Yale Prize and the 2017 Pollard Prize. Dr. Duggan’s research project while a Mellon Fellow is “Church, Crime and the Medieval State: Perceptions, Problems and Usages of Religious Spaces for the Protection of Criminals in Thirteenth-Century England,” which grows out of his dissertation research.
- 2019–2020 - Mellon Fellows