Jeremy Catto

Biography

Dr Robert Jeremy Adam Inches Catto (delivered 1939) was, until 2006, the Rhodes Fellow and Teacher in Modern Background, Oriel University, Oxford, where he was also Senior Dean. He retains a master’s level (M.A.) and a doctorate (D.Phil.) His analysis interests rest in the politics and religious beliefs of later middle ages England. In a bit in The Spectator to commemorate his pension in June 2006, Alan Duncan MP referred to him as “the quintessential Oxford don… if one had been to devour C. P. Snow, Goodbye, Mr. Potato chips and Porterhouse Blue, there’s a smattering of Catto in each.”

Publications

(ed. with T. A. R. Evans), THE ANNALS from the School of Oxford Quantity I: THE FIRST Oxford Academic institutions (28 June 1984) Clarendon Press ISBN 0-19-951011-3 (ed. with T. A. R. Evans), THE ANNALS from the School of Oxford Quantity II: Past due Mediaeval Oxford (17 Dec 1992) Clarendon Press ISBN 0-19-951012-1 "The King's Federal government and nov Pecock 1457–58" in Rulers and Ruled in Past due Mediaeval Britain (ed. R. E. Archer and Simon Walker), (Hambledon, 1995) pp. 201–222 (ed. with L. Mooney), The Chronicle of John Somer, OFM (Camden Miscellany 34, 1997) 'Currents of spiritual thought and appearance' in Cambridge Middle ages History (ed. MCE Jones), Vol 6 (Cambridge, 2000) pp. 42–65

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