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Louise Hampson
Technical - Management and Administration

Louise read Medieval English and History at Birmingham University and has an MA In Archive Administration from UCL. She joined the Centre in 2009, having worked in partnership previously through her role at York Minster. Louise is currently engaged on a part-time PhD at York on the history of the stained glass of York Minster since 1500.

She is a member of the team from The Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture which is digitally re-creating the chapel interior from three key periods (medieval, 17th century and 19th century). As an archivist and art historian she has a strong personal interest in the project, but her role is principally around coordinating the flow of research into the modelling process.

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