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Dr Natalie Calder is a Postdoctoral Research Associate on the Leverhulme-funded Whittington's Gift project, based at Queen’s University Belfast. She received her PhD from QUB in 2017. Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Natalie’s thesis – ‘Modalities of Belief in the “Long” Fifteenth Century: Rethinking English Religious Writing’ – proposed a re-evaluation of lay religious experiences in late medieval England through analysis of vernacular religious writings of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. She has published her work in The Review of English Studies, as well as the edited collections Medical Paratexts from Medieval to Modern: Dissecting the Page (2018) and Reading Heresy: Religion and Dissent in Literature and Art (2017). She is currently a contributor to the Year’s Work in English Studies, covering medieval religious writings.

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