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Faculty Athena Swan Officer
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: 0191 208 5672
- Address: School of Mechanical & Systems Engineering
BackgroundMalasree is the Athena Swan Project Officer in the Equality, Diversity & Inclusion team at FMS. She started her career in Higher Education as a researcher in medieval history, but moved on to teaching roles, as well as gaining experience through roles in Research Management and PGR Administration at the University of Liverpool and Newcastle University. Her transition to a HE Professional role has been influenced by changes in family life (as the mother of primary school age daughter), and in an attempt to achieve a better personal work-life balance. Her role supports the FMS Athena Swan application for the Silver category in 2018, but also all developments and initiatives aimed at broadening the EDI strategy at FMS.
- Home M. The Peterborough Version of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle : Rewriting Post-Conquest History. Boydell and Brewer, 2015.
- Home M. The devil in the guise of Moses: textual appearance and reality in the compilation of the Latin annals in the Peterborough Chronicle. Speculum 2017. In Preparation.
- Home M. The king and the bishop: The representation of power and politics in the narrative of the Peterborough Chronicle. Early Medieval Europe 2017. Submitted.
- Home M. Double-edged déjà vu: the complexity of the Peterborough Chronicle. In: Jorgensen, A, ed. Reading the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. Turnhout: Brepols, 2010, pp.67-90.
- Home M. The Peterborough Chronicle in Context. In: Bergs, A., Skaffari, J, ed. The Language of the Peterborough Chronicle. Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Peter Lang, 2007, pp.13–28.
- Home M. These things we have written about him: the portrait of King William in The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 1086E. Anglo-Saxon 2007, 1, 239-268.