Ceri Law completed a PhD in History at the University of Cambridge in 2013. Her thesis examined implementation of, and reaction to, religious change in sixteenth-century Cambridge. She is currently preparing this work for publication as a monograph, which is due to appear as part of the Royal Historical Society's ‘Studies in History’ series in 2017. Before joining ‘Remembering the Reformation’ she worked for three years as a Lecturer in Early Modern British History at Queen Mary University of London.
Her publications include:
'The 1557 visitation of the University of Cambridge' in Elizabeth Evenden and Vivienne Westbrook (eds), Catholic Renewal and Protestant Resistance in Marian England (Abingdon: Routledge, 2015)
'The continuing connection: the Athenians and the University of Cambridge, c. 1547–1598’ in John McDiarmid (ed.), Sir John Cheke and the Cambridge Connection (forthcoming)