Ashlyn Cudney

Thesis title: Social Control and Disciplinary Bias: Bute, 1648-1700

Qualifications

MLitt Early Modern History- University of St Andrews (2018-2019)

  • Dissertation Title: 'Women's Religious Offences in the Dunfermline Kirk Session Records, 1640-1689'

BA- DePauw University (2015-2018)

  • Majors- History and Anthropology

Undergraduate teaching

The History of Edinburgh: From Din Eidyn to Festival City- Spring 2022

Introduction to Historiography- Fall 2021

 

 

Invited speaker

VOiCE Podcast, “We’ve Got History Between Us.” June 2022. 

Friends of Edinburgh University Library, “University Histories: Edinburgh Slavery and Colonialism Legacy Review.” 5 April 2022: Edinburgh, Scotland.

Friends of Dundonald Castle, "Fairies, Farm and Family: Witchcraft in 17th century Dundonald." 21 October 2021: Dundonald, Scotland.

Organiser

University of Edinburgh History PhD Conference, 17 May 2022: Edinburgh, Scotland.

Papers delivered

Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, "Gender Bias in the Reformed Church of Scotland." 27-30 October 2022: Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Ecclesiastical History Society Summer Conference, "Gender Double-Standards in the Reformed Church of Scotland." 19-21 July 2022: York, England.

Medieval and Early Modern Studies Festival, "Establishing Paternity in Seventeenth-Century Scotland: A Case Study of Rothesay, 1660." 17-18 June 2022: Kent, England.

Newcastle University's 19th Annual Postgraduate Forum Conference, "'Discreetly and meekly': Socioeconomic Status and the Lived Experience of Religious Social Control in Seventeenth-Century Bute." 25 May 2022: Newcastle, England. 

University of Edinburgh History PhD Conference, "Social Control and Disciplinary Bias: a Multi-Court Approach to Bute, 1648-1700." 17 May 2022: Edinburgh, Scotland.

Scottish Church History Society Spring Conference, "'Winn him with mildness': Marital Reconciliation in the Seventeenth-Century Kirk Session." 12 March 2022: Edinburgh, Scotland.

“Establishing Paternity in 17th-Century Scotland: A Case Study of Rothesay, 1660.” History Scotland, Sep/Oct, 2022.