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Phil Bradford gained his PhD in medieval history, specialising in the fourteenth-century parliament, at the University of York, where he is now Honorary Visiting Fellow. Having trained in Cambridge and Lima, he was ordained into the Church of England in 2010. Currently, he works as a parish priest in Worcester, while also overseeing a link with the Anglican Church of Peru. Throughout, he has continued to enjoy studying the Middle Ages and has published work on the late medieval parliament and monarchy, including co-editing volumes of parliamentary records. More recently, he has been part of an interdisciplinary team studying the medieval Gough Map of Britain.