I have recently set up a new website, East Anglian Catholic History Centre, in an effort to remedy the woeful lack of information on the web about the history of post-Reformation Catholic history in East Anglia. So far, the site includes a list of links to archives containing material on the Catholic history of the region and societies with related interests. I am hoping that eventually the site will be a point of reference for parish history groups and anyone else with an interest in the history of Catholicism in the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.
I have given an interview to Ethan Doyle White’s website Albion Calling, which has become a leading source of news and information on scholarship in the area of Pagan studies since its launch in April 2012. As a follower of the website, I was flattered to be invited to contribute an interview, even though my primary research interest in early modern religion is a little off-piste as far as Albion Calling is concerned. Ethan Doyle White is a London-based independent scholar, trained in archaeology, who has made innovative use of social media to promote a scholarly approach to Pagan studies. His interview series on Albion Calling has provided a platform for more information on some of the most exciting scholars in a fast-growing field of academia.