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Dr Susan Raich

  • College positions:

    2014 Caius Fund Research Fellow

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Degrees

  • PhD: Trinity College, University of Cambridge, 2014: The Sea in the Anglo-Norman Realm, c.1050 to c.1180
  • MPhil: Trinity College, University of Cambridge, 2010: The White Ship disaster of 1120 as a case study in Anglo-Norman attitudes towards the sea
  • BA: Williams College, Massachusetts, USA, 2009 (History)
  • Williams-Mystic Program in Maritime Studies, Mystic, CT, USA (spring 2007)
  • Williams-Exeter Programme at Oxford, UK, 2008–9

Research Interests

My research focuses on the Central Middle Ages in England and France, c.1000–1300, the North Sea world, and maritime history.  Specific interests currently include the history of wreck law in England over the Middle Ages; the medieval history of the 'English navy'; maritime fishing and trade; port development; and the exploitation of coastal resources by coastal communities, lords, and the king.