Biography

I have taught in the School of Literature at UEA since 2005 where I teach primarily in medieval and Early Modern literature. I currently convene two modules: Level 6 Medieval Monstrosities and a Level 5 International Summer School module Reading Shakespeare's England. I also co-convene Literature in History I, one of our core first year modules.

Since January 2017 I am also a Lecturer in Late Medieval History in the School of History at UEA.

All Publications

Pinner, R.

(2015)

The Cult of St Edmund in Medieval East Anglia,

Boydell and Brewer

ISBN 9781783270354

UEA Repository

(Book)

(Published)


Pinner, R.

(2014)

A peer-reviewed annotated bibliography of the archive of the Julian of Norwich Centre, Norwich,

(Other contribution)

(Published)


Pinner, R.

(2014)

St Edmund of East Anglia: ‘Martir, Mayde and Kynge’, and Midwife?: New Approaches to Medieval and Early Modern Miracles,

in Contextualising Miracles in the Christian West 1100-1500 : New Historical Approaches.

Medium Aevum

pp. 177-196

ISBN 978-0-907570-24-0

(Chapter (peer-reviewed))

(Published)


Pinner, R.

(2009)

Images of St Edmund in Norfolk Churches,

in St. Edmund, King and Martyr: Changing Images of a Medieval Saint.

York Medieval Press

pp. 111-132

ISBN 9781903153260

(Chapter (peer-reviewed))

(Published)


Pinner, R.

(2009)

Text and Context: Author and Audience in John Lydgate’s Life of St Edmund,

in Skepsi

2

(1)

pp. 23-35

UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Key Research Interests

My primary research interests concern the relationship between literature, context and culture, the construction and dissemination of individual and collective identities, relationships between literature and other cultural artefacts, and literature and place.