Portrait of Dr Ceri Law

Dr Ceri Law

Postdoctoral Research Assistant


Ceri Law is a historian whose previous work has focused on themes including life writing, memory and sermons in early modern England, and particularly on religious change and its cultural, social and political ramifications. Her first book, Contested Reformations in the University of Cambridge, 1535-84 was published in 2018. Before joining the Cultural Lives of the Middling Sort team she previously worked for the ‘Remembering the Reformation’ project, based at Cambridge, and as a lecturer at Queen Mary University of London.

Last updated 30th October 2020