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My current research interests are conversion to Christianity; formation and maintenance of ethnic/national identity; political ideology, image-building and propagation from the period of Late Antiquity to c. 1066 in Armenia and in the British Isles.
I am currently working on a book for Pearsons: Religion, Politics and Society in Britain 800-1066
In the summer of 2005, I was invited by National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia to participate in a conference (held at the Academy, in Yerevan, in September 2005)celebrating the 1600th anniversary of the creation of the Armenian alphabet.
In October 2005, I was invited to speak to the University of Oxford Armenian Studies Seminar in February 2006
My book on The Armenians has been gone into a number of translations:
Czech (Anna Elizabeth Redgateova, Armeni Prague,2003)), Greek (to be published early 2006)and Turkish (to be published late 2005).
- Redgate AE. Seeking Promotion in the Challenging 640s: The Amatuni Church at Ptghni, Ideas of Political Authority, and Paulician Challenge - a Background to the Teaching of Anania Shirakatsi. Aramazd: Armenian Journal of Near Eastern Studies 2015, 9(1), 163-176.
- Redgate AE. Faces from the Past: Aghtamar, the Anglo-Saxon Alfred Jewel, and the Sasanian Chosroes Dish - Ideas and Influences in Portraiture. Banber Matenadarani 2014, 21, 331-340.
- Redgate AE. Religion, Politics and Society in Britain, 800-1066. London and New York: Routledge, 2014.
- Redgate AE. Seeking promotion in the challenging 640s: the Amatuni church at Ptghni and ideas of political authority - a background to Anania Shirakatsi's teaching. In: International Conference Devoted to the 1400th Birthday Anniversary of the Great Armenian Naturalist, Mathematician and Thinker Anania Shirakatsi. 2012, Yerevan, Armenia. Submitted.
- Redgate AE. The Foundations of Hamshen and Armenian Descent Myths: Parallels and Interconnections. In: Hovannisian, R.G, ed. Armenian Pontus: The Trebizond-Black Sea Communities. Costa Mesa, California, USA: Mazda Publishers, 2009, pp.113-136.
- Redgate AE. Vernacular Liturgy in England and Armenia from the Fifth to the Eleventh Centuries. Armenian Folia Anglistika: International Journal of English Studies 2008, 2(4), 144-161.
- Redgate AE. An Armenian physician at the early tenth-century court of Louis III of Provence? The case of the Autun Glossary. Al-Masaq 2007, 19(2), 83-98.
- Redgate AE. Morale, cohesion and power in the first centuries of Amatuni Hamshen. In: Simonian, HH, ed. The Hemshin: History, society and identity in the Highlands of Northeast Turkey. London and New York: Routledge, 2007, pp.3-18.
- Redgate AE. Myth and Reality: Armenian Identity in the Early Middle Ages. National Identities 2007, 9(4), 281-306.
- Redgate AE. National Letters, Vernacular Christianity and National Identity in Early Medieval Armenia. In: International Conference dedicated to the 1600th Anniversary of the Armenian Letters Creation: Collection of papers. 2006, Yerevan, Armenia: National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia.
- Redgate AE. The Armenians, Greek translation. Athens: Odisseas, 2006.
- Redgate AE. The Teaching of Comparative History and the Example of Medieval Armenia. London, UK: Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for History, Classics and Archaeology, 2005. Discussion Paper.
- Redgate AE. Catholicos John III's Against the Paulicians and the Paulicians of Tephrike. In: Hovannisian, R.G, ed. Armenian Sebastia/Sivas and Lesser Armenia. Los Angeles, USA: Mazda Publishers, 2004, pp.81-110.
- Redgate AE. Armeni (Czech translation of The Armenians). Prague, Czech Republic: Nakladatelstvi Lidove Noviny, 2003.
- Redgate AE. Murray, A., 'Suicide in the middle ages, vol 2: The curse on self-murder', Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000 [Book review]. Continuity and Change 2002, 17(3), 471-473.
- Redgate AE. The Armenians. Oxford: Blackwell, 2000.
- Redgate AE. The Armenians. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1999.
- Redgate, A. E. Alfred, Anglo-Saxons, Arthur (long entries),Adomnan, Aethelthryth, Aidan, Alcuin, Bede, Chad, Columba, Cuthbert, Guthlac, Heathfield, Justus, Oswald, Paulinus, Wilfrid, Willibrord (short entries). In: Cannon, J, ed. The Oxford Companion to British History. Oxford: OUP, 1997.