Rosalyn Sklar's research is in the field of the history of medicine (with particular reference to the early modern period), Shakespeare's work, life, times and legacy, heritage and memory, and museum and heritage studies. Rosalyn is currently Research Officer on an AHRC RDE Fellowship project in collaboration with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, focusing on Shakespeare's daughter, Susanna, and her home, Hall's Croft, and the mediation of early modern women in heritage presentation and cultural memory.
Rosalyn comes to the University of Brighton from a career in the musuem sector.
Master, University of Leicester
2008 → 2009
Award Date: 6 Jun 2009
Master, University of Warwick
2005 → 2006
Award Date: 1 Jun 2006
2010 → …
- H Social Sciences (General)
- HV Social pathology. Social and public welfare
- History of medicine
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