I gained my BA (Hons) at Royal Holloway, University of London and my PhD on Wales and the Crusades in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
I have previosuly taught at Aberystwyth University and the University of Wales, Lampeter
Nations and Civilisations Research Cluster
Research Committee Member
Unit Leader 'The Wars of the Roses' (Level 6)
Unit Leader of 'Medieval England, 1066-1400’ (Level 5)
Contributor, 'Myths of the Medieval and Ealy Modern World' (level 4)
Unit Leader: Britain, Ireland and the Crusades (MA taught module)
I am able to offer postgraduate supervision (MA, MPhil or PhD) in the following subject areas:
PhD students (in progress)
Medieval Wales and the Welsh March, c.1066-1282, Crusading and the British Isles from the eleventh to sixteenth centuries, and Pilgrimage in Medieval Wales.
I have contributed to the Monastic Wales project, run by Professor Janet Burton and Dr Karen Stober www.monasticwales.org
K. Hurlock, E. Cavell The Brill Companion to Medieval Wales. KS. Hurlock. BRILL.
K. Hurlock, P. Oldfield (2015). Crusading and Pilgrimage in the Norman World. Boydell Press.
K. Hurlock (2013). Britain, Ireland and the Crusades, C.1000-1300. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.
K. Hurlock (2012). Wales and the Crusades.
K. Hurlock Pilgrimage and Crusade in the Norman World. K. Hurlock, P. Oldfield. Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer.
K. Hurlock (2017). A transformed life? Geoffrey of dutton, the fifth crusade, and the holy cross of Norton. Northern History. 54(1), pp.15-27.
K. Hurlock (2011). The Crusades to 1291 in the annals of medieval Ireland. Irish Historical Studies. 37(148), pp.517-534.
KS. Hurlock, K. Hurlock (2011). Cheshire and the Crusades. Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. 159,
K. Hurlock (2010). Fourteenth Century England V. HISTORY. 95(317), pp.112-113.
K. Hurlock (2009). The Welsh wife of Malcolm, earl of Fife (d.1266): An alternative suggestion. Scottish Historical Review. 88(2), pp.352-355.
K. Hurlock (2009). Counselling the prince: Advice and counsel in thirteenth-century Welsh society. History. 94(313), pp.20-35.
K. Hurlock (2009). CRUSADES AND CRUSADING IN THE WELSH ANNALISTIC CHRONICLES. TRIVIUM. pp.3-31.
KS. Hurlock Pilgrimage and Crusade. In: The Brill Companion to Medieval Wales. BRILL,
K. Hurlock (2018). Welsh pilgrims and crusaders in the middle ages. P. Skinner. In: The Welsh and the Medieval World: Travel, Migration and Exile. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp.157-174.
KS. Hurlock (2015). 'Introduction', in Crusading and Pilgrimage in the Norman World. In: Crusading and Pilgrimage in the Norman World. Boydell,
KS. Hurlock (2015). 'The Norman influence on crusaders from England and Wales'. K. Hurlock, P. Oldfield. In: Crusading and Pilgrimage in the Norman World. Boydell and Brewer,
KS. Hurlock, K. Hurlock (2013). Pilgrimage. K. Stober, J. Burton. In: Monastic Wales: New Approaches. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp.119-131.
K. Hurlock (2005). Power preaching and the Crusades in Pura Wallia c.1180-c.1280. In: Thirteenth Century England XI: Proceedings of the Gregynog Conference 2005. pp.94-108.
Co-organiser (with Dr Paul Oldfield, Manchester University) of a two day Symposium on Pilgrimage and Crusade in the Norman World, September 2012, held at Manchester Metropolitan University.
I have reviewed works for Palgrave, University of Wales Press, and Historical Research.
HLSS RKE Fellow for 2015-2016
Honourary Research Fellow, Cardiff University
Fellow of the Royal Historical Society
Member of the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East