Dr Glyn Redworth, MA (Cantab et Oxon), DPhil (Oxon) FRHistS, FHA (Hon)

Course Director

Dr Glyn Redworth is a Fellow of The University of Buckingham’s Humanities Research Institute and member of the History Faculty of Oxford University. He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and an Honorary Fellow of the Historical Association. He held the Reina Victoria Eugenia Visiting Professorship at the Complutense University in Madrid on behalf of the British-Hispanic Foundation, and has taught in London, Dublin, and Manchester.

He read history at Cambridge, taking his doctorate at Oxford under the supervision of Christopher Haigh. The breadth of his research interests is unusually broad, as he writes on both British and European early modern history.  His publications range from his first book on the mid-Tudor bishop, Stephen Gardiner of Winchester, to articles in History Today, the Historical Journal, The Economic History Review, as well as in Spanish and Irish journals.  Other books have dealt with the ill-fated Spanish Match of 1623, and the Spanish Missionary to London, Luisa de Carvajal, whose correspondence he edited in a 2-volume translation of her letters into English.   He is currently interested in diplomatic and military links between the Continent and Tudor Britain.

Dr Redworth is Course Director of the University of Buckingham’s MA in Tudor History by Research.