Sophie Ambler is lecturer in later medieval British and European history at the University of Lancaster, UK. Ambler’s research focuses on thirteenth-century England and she has published articles on Simon de Montfort’s revolution, political thought and Magna Carta.
Mark Bailey is high master of St Paul’s School, London, and professor of late medieval history at the University of East Anglia, UK. He is the Ford Lecturer in British History Elect (for 2019) at the University of Oxford. Bailey has published extensively on medieval England.
Graham E. Seel is head of Faculty Humanities at St Paul’s School, London. He has been head of history in a number of schools. Seel’s most recent book is King John: An Underrated King (2012).