George Garnett is a medievalist with interests ranging well into the early modern period. He has supervised research students working on English and Norman history from the tenth to the fourteenth century; on medieval and early modern political thought; and on medieval and early modern legal history. Learn more about George on his History Faculty page.
Professor Garnett administers the Gladstone Memorial Trust Awards for Imaginative Travel, which are intended to give students in their first or second undergraduate year (or third year of a four year course) at Oxford or Cambridge an opportunity to travel abroad and to extend their knowledge of foreign countries. Eight or more Travel Awards of up to £600 will be awarded for imaginative travel. Details on how to enter are on the awards and prizes page.
More information about the Gladstone Memorial Trust Travel Awards can be found here.