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Everyman or a Monster? The Rapist in Early Modern England’, History Workshop Journal 76 (2013), pp. 5-31. Yn aml, gellid dod o hyd i Kevin gyda'i ffrind agosaf, Dr Mike Marinetto, a fyddai'n aml yn galw heibio; afraid dweud bod proffesiynoldeb a dyletswyddau o ran gwaith yn bresennol bob amser – ond roedd digonedd o chwerthin ac roedd egni arbennig ar goridor y trydydd llawr pan roedd y ddau gyda’i gilydd. Roedd gan Kev feddwl mawr o Mike ac roedd Mike yn teimlo’r un fath heb os; rhaid yw coffáu eu gwir gyfeillgarwch a'u teyrngarwch i'w gilydd yma. Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Course Leader for MSc Accounting & Finance, MSc Financial Management and MSc Forensic Accounting
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Modernization’, in Writing Early Modern History, ed. Garthine Walker (Hodder Arnold, 2005), pp. 25-48. Young didn’t meet Stagg to prepare. “There was no point,” he says. “It’s half a lifetime on since the murder and the operation against him. And he looks different from the man he was.” Mum-of-four, aged 35, details heartbreaking discovery that she has just months to live after her cancer spread
Investigator, AHRC Project ‘Negotiating the Boundaries of Justice: Britain and Ireland, c1100-c.1750’ (48-months). Young admits that since Deceit wrapped he hasn’t had much work. “There’s nothing in my diary right now. It’s wide open.” Such is his nuanced, sympathetic portrayal of Colin Stagg in Deceit, it won’t be for long.
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Jasmine Losasso, ‘Betraying Bodies and Dissembling Demeanours in Early Modern England c.1600-1750’: AHRC-funded [SWW-DTP], lead supervisor to 2017. With the creation of new administrative academic roles in CARBS, Kevin applied and was appointed to one of the most important of these new positions: that of Director of Recruitment for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. He did this hugely complex job whilst still teaching a number of modules. Kevin spent an inordinate amount of time on admissions duties for the Business School (and beyond). Some of his work involved travelling to China and East Africa to meet admissions agents and university officials. For someone who was a vegan, these international trips could prove challenging. But Kevin took it all in his stride.He developed a strong working relationship with the admissions team at CARBS and the wider University – these colleagues enjoyed his sense of humour and found his honesty (and at times bluntness) refreshing. Kevin was also a great support to and worked closely with, the other admissions tutors in CARBS, especially DrLouise Macniven. The work that the likes of Kevin and Louise have done on admissions is vital but can go unappreciated and overlooked by the wider faculty. But Kevin and his colleagues, like Louise, have proved to be real unsung heroes of the School. His achievements as a teacher and senior academic administrator did not go unnoticed and Kevin was awarded with a promotion to the position of Senior Lecturer. Principal Lecturer Employer Led Provision, HWLS: Higher Technical Qualifications (HTQs) and Apprenticeships
Demons in Female Form”: Representations of Women and Gender in Murder Pamphlets of the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries’, in Writing and the English Renaissance, eds William Zunder and Suzanne Trill (Longman, 1996), pp. 123-39. Reader in Energy Engineering, Director of Hallam Energy, Deputy Director of DTA Energy (University Alliance). Kevin could often be found with his closest friend, Dr Mike Marinetto, who would often call by; it goes without saying that professionality and duties to work were always present – but laughter was abound and the third-floor corridor became alight when they were together. Kev had a great affection for Mike and this was reciprocated without doubt; their true friendship and loyalty to each other warranted memorialisation here.
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Dywedodd ei gyn-Bennaeth Adran a'i gyd-athro ar fodiwlau hanes economaidd, yr Athro Trevor Boynes: "Roedd drws Kevin ar agor bob amser, a byddwn i'n stopio'n rheolaidd i gael sgwrs gydag e ar fy ffordd i fy swyddfa ar goridor D. Yr hyn y byddaf yn ei golli yw ei hiwmor a'n tynnu coes rheolaidd am y myfyrwyr, y brifysgol, a bywyd yn gyffredinol... Roeddwn i’n gwerthfawrogi dyfnder ei wybodaeth a'i broffesiynoldeb.' Hyd at flynyddoedd olaf ei fywyd yn CARBS, bu Kevin yn ymgymryd â llawer o waith gweinyddol gyda’r tîm derbyn myfyrwyr ac yna'r Dirprwy Bennaeth Addysgu a Dysgu, a hynny gyda gwên. Aeth ati'n dawel gyda'r gwaith angenrheidiol a fu'n sail i'r holl bethau hynny yr ydym ni yn yr Adran a'r Ysgol yn ei gymryd yn ganiataol.Acemoglu, D. andRobinson , J.A. 2012 .Why nations fail: the origins of power, prosperity and poverty. London: Profile.Available at Aberconway library. This four-year project explores women’s relative access to justice in a wide range of different courts, from a comparative perspective. The project team includes Principal Investigator Dr Deborah Youngs (Swansea University), and Co-Investigators Dr Garthine Walker and Professor Alexandra Shepard (University of Glasgow), two Research Associates, and two PhD students. The project's objectives are: