- Position: Records Specialist
- Specialism: Medieval, Tudor
Euan Roger is a records specialist in the medieval team at The National Archives, specialising in the records of late medieval and early Tudor English government and the secular clergy, with a particular interest in aspects of social, legal, political and material history.
His primary expertise is the history and heritage of St George’s College and Chapel, Windsor Castle, which formed the subject of the thesis for his PhD at Royal Holloway, University of London, supervised by Dr Clive Burgess.
Euan has also worked extensively on medieval hospitals and medical history. His research to date has focused on St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, and the hospital community in the fifteenth century. He is currently working on a new study of early-Tudor attempts to control the spread of infectious disease in England.
Other research interests include Chaucer and his life records, and he is currently researching a new identification for Chaucer’s Canon in The Canterbury Tales. He is also interested in late medieval and early Tudor book culture, medieval and Tudor London, the study of religious architecture and archaeology, and early Tudor material culture.