Helen Gittos was an undergraduate at Newcastle University and did her doctoral work at The Queen's College, Oxford University where she also held a postdoctoral fellowship.
Helen is interested in the social, cultural and religious history of the middle ages, particularly in Anglo-Saxon England, and also medieval liturgy and architecture more generally. Her first book, Liturgy, Architecture and Sacred Places in Anglo-Saxon England was shortlisted for the Royal Historical Society's Whitfield Prize. She is currently writing a book about the use of vernacular languages in the liturgy throughout the middle ages. Helen welcomes enquiries from students wanting to work on anyrelated topics.
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