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Rev Dr Miranda Threlfall-Holmes
- Difference and diversity in the history of ideas and culture
- Ecclesiastical history
- Gender studies, particularly the religious history of women
- Issues relating to university chaplaincy
- Social history of monasticism
- The history of Christianity
- Threlfall-Holmes, Miranda (2005). Monks and Markets: Durham Cathedral Priory, 1460-1520. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Chapter in book
- Threlfall-Holmes, Miranda (2005). Newcastle trade and Durham Priory, 1460-1520. In North-East England in the Later Middle Ages. C.D. Liddy & R.H. Britnell Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer. 141-152.
- Threlfall-Holmes, Miranda (2001). Durham Cathedral Priory’s consumption of imported goods: wines and spices, 1464-1520. In The Fifteenth Century: Revolution and Consumption in Late Medieval England. Michael Hicks Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer. 141-158.
- (2003). The import merchants of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1464-1520: some evidence from Durham Cathedral Priory. Northern History 40: 71-88.
- (1999). Late medieval iron production and trade in the North East. Archaeologia Aeliana 5th series, 27: 109-22.