Projects per year
Key Research Interests and Expertise
Current research - medieval and landscape history, particularly the history and archaeology of high status landscapes (secular and ecclesiastical), the vernacular landscape, parks and hunting as well as aspects of tenurial geographyis.
Past Research Projects and Grants
|Project Title||Start Date||End Date||Funding Body||Project Members|
|A GIS-aided study of agriculture and the landscape in Midland England||1/9/2005||31/8/2009||Arts and Humanities Research Council||Robert Liddiard, Tom Williamson|
After undergraduate and postgraduate study at UEA, Robert Liddiard worked as a research assistant for the University of Western Australia, Perth. He then spent two years teaching at the University of Wales, Bangor before returning to UEA to take up his current post in September 2002.
His teaching and research interests are in medieval and landscape history, particularly the history and archaeology of high status landscapes (secular and ecclesiastical), the vernacular landscape, parks and hunting as well as aspects of tenurial geography. He is prepared to supervise theses on medieval landscape history c.500-1520.
1/02/19 → 31/01/22
Baker, G. P., Jones, L. M., Vo Van Qui, C., Webley, R., Liddiard, R., Sykes, N., Creighton, O. H., Thomas, R. & Outram, A. K., 31 Aug 2021, In : International Journal of Osteoarchaeology.
Research output: Contribution to journal › ArticleOpen AccessFile
Liddiard, R., 1 Dec 2019, In : Agricultural History Review. 67, 2, p. 175-202 28 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Liddiard, R. & Sims, D., 1 Nov 2018, University of Hertfordshire Press. 320 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Book
Liddiard, R., 31 Jan 2018, People, Texts and Artefacts: Cultural Transmission in the Anglo-Norman World. Bates, D., D'Angelo, E. & van Houts, E. (eds.). London: Institute of Historical Research, p. 105-125 21 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › ChapterOpen Access