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Jane Bliss

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Jane Bliss is an independent scholar based in Oxford, where she shares her life with a large number of musical instruments, a mathematician, and two cats.

She gained her MPhil at Lady Margaret Hall, where she worked with Helen Cooper and Tony Hunt among others; she went on to complete her Doctorate at Oxford Brookes University. Her first book was Naming and Namelessness in Medieval Romance (D. S. Brewer, 2008). Since then she has published a number of books and articles on a variety of medieval subjects, and runs an Anglo-Norman Reading Group in Oxford.

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1 Broceliande in Ruritania

Jane Bliss introduces listeners to the work of Violet Needham, a prolific but little-remembered...

Jane Bliss