Dr Anna Chrysostomides
Lecturer in Islamic History
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgRoom Number: ArtsTwo 3.29
My research interests generally cover the social dynamics of conversion between Christianity and Islam from the 8th through the 10th centuries. Particularly people who vacillated between Christianity and Islam, Muslim participation in Christian rituals and vice versa, and social situations which would have engendered people identifying with both religions such as: Christian wives of Muslim husbands, children of those unions, Christian mawālī of Muslims, and Christian slaves of Muslims.
- HST5100 - Women and Gender in Medieval Islam
- HST5116 – From Muhammad to the Ottomans: A History of Medieval Islamic Societies
- HST6116 - Islam in Africa and the Indian Subcontinent: Conquest, Islamisation and Co-existence
- HST6754 - The Formation of the Early Islamic World: Muslims, Jews and Christians, 600-945 CE
Current PHD Students
- Julie Bungey – Ladies, Lordships and Losses; The lives of three generations of aristocratic women in the fifteenth century: Alice Montagu, Countess of Salisbury, Katherine Neville, Baroness Hastings and Cecily Bonville, Marchioness of Dorset.