Biography

Teaching areas are The Renaissance; Family, Household and Kinship; The History of Norwich, Ideas and Beliefs of the ‘Jacobethans’; the Social Anthropology of Early Modern England; Shakespeare’s World; English Cultural History 1450 – 1750.

Has published in the areas of the history of universities; the law; architecture, great houses and palaces; the history of portraiture; patronage and clientage; cartography; emblems and the symbolic universe; ritual and ceremony; regions and regional material culture.

Website: http://www.uea.ac.uk/~g240/

All Publications

Morgan, V., Ezzy, D., Easthope, G., Morgan, V.

(2009)

Ritual Dynamics: Mayor Making in Early Modern Norwich,

in Journal of Historical Sociology

22(3)

pp. 396-419

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Morgan, V.

(2004)

A Ceremonious Society - An Aspect of Institutional Power in Early-Modern Norwich,

in Institutional Culture in Early Modern Society: No. 20.

Brill

pp. 133-163

ISBN 9004138803

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Morgan, V.

(2004)

A History of the University of Cambridge II,

Cambridge University Press

ISBN 52135059X

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Morgan, V.

(2003)

The Dutch and Flemish Presence and the Emergence of an Anglo-Dutch Provincial Artistic Tradition in Norwich, c. 1500-1700,

in Dutch and Flemish artists in Britain 1550-1750 Leids Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 13.

Primarera Pers

pp. 57-72

ISBN 90743108384

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Morgan, V.

(2002)

"Great Houses" in Norfolk: Reprise and Prospect,

in Journal of the Norfolk Historic Buildings Group

1

pp. 35-52

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(Article)

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Key Research Interests

Current research interests include civic ritual in renaissance Norwich; the history of fame and celebrity, especially in the renaissance; the renaissance in provincial England.