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CEMMS in the media
- Beware the Cat (2019)
The world’s first ever English novel – a little known satire of magic and religious controversy written during a time of immense political and social change across England and Europe – has been brought to life by Dr Rachel Stenner working with researchers at the Universities of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam.
- Elizabethan Brexit: today’s crisis bears an uncanny resemblance to that which faced Elizabeth I (2018)
In an article for Prospect, Professor Matthew Dimmock reflects on the similarities facing Theresa May with Brexit and those faced by Queen Elizabeth I in the 16th century.
- Does serial lying affect our country's future? (2018)
Commentary: Does serial lying affect our country's future? 25 July 2018
Professor Andrew Hadfield's book Lying In Early Modern Culture referenced by NBC in an opinion piece on what sources of information one can trust in the modern age.
- Debunking myths with Lucy Worsley (2017)
Professor Andrew Hadfield joins Sussex alumnus Dr Lucy Worsley as she debunks the foundation myth of one of our favourite royal dynasties, the Tudors as part of the series British History's Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley
- Mozart and the 18th century view of the 'Orient' (2015)
Professor Matthew Dimmock discussed how Mozart both reflects and subverts the 18th century European view of ‘the Orient’ in Die Entführung aus dem Serail with Matthew Head, Professor of Music at King’s College London, and Glyndebourne dramaturg Cori Ellison in a Glyndebourne posdcast interview led by Katie Derham. (2015)