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Dr Katarzyna Kosior

Research Fellow

Department: Humanities

Katarzyna joined the department as a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in September 2018, after completing her PhD at the University of Southampton in 2017. She works on the early modern history of Europe, particularly Poland-Lithuania and France, focusing on royal courts, ceremony, gender and transnational politics. Her Leverhulme research project is entitled ‘Kingship, Masculinity and Elective Monarchy in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1573-1733’. She is also Honorary Fellow at Durham University.

Campus Address

Lipman 118
City Campus


Qualifications

History PhD June 30 2017

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Becoming a Queen in Early Modern Europe, Kosior, K. 2019
  • Anna Jagiellon: A Female Political Figure in the Early Modern Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Kosior, K. Sep 2018, A Companion to Global Queenship, Amsterdam University Press
  • Bona Sforza and the Realpolitik of Queenly Counsel in Sixteenth-Century Poland-Lithuania, Kosior, K. 16 Aug 2018, Queenship and Counsel in Early Modern Europe, Palgrave
  • Outlander, Baby Killer, Poisoner? Rethinking Bona Sforza’s Black Legend, Kosior, K. 2016, Virtuous or Villainess? The Image of the Royal Mother from the Early Medieval to the Early Modern Eras, Palgrave


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