Imogen Corrigan, Historian

Imogen Corrigan served for twenty years in the Women’s Royal Army Corps (WRAC) and the Adjutant General’s Corps.  She retired from the Army in 1994 as a Major, having served in the UK, Germany and Hong Kong. In 2004, Imogen graduated from the University of Kent with a 1st in Anglo-Saxon and Medieval History, and is currently studying for an M.Phil at Birmingham University. Her research subject is: The Development and Function of the Foliate Head in English Medieval Churches.

Imogen has lectured extensively on Anglo-Saxon and Medieval subjects in Britain and Europe, and is a NADFAS lecturer as well as being a speaker for the Kent Federation of History and East Kent National Trust.  Her first book, The Race for the Sky: the Building of the English Cathedrals, is to be published by Atlantic Books in 2011.

Imogen is on the Churches Committee for the Kent Archaeological Society and is a member of the British Commission for Military History. She conducts a variety of  historical tours together with her husband, Gordon.

Imogen Corrigan is scheduled to sail on the following voyage(s) (subject to change): 


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