Retained Lecturer in History

Academic background

I received both my BA in History and MSt in Modern British and European History from the University of Oxford. I am currently in the final stages of completing my DPhil in the History Faculty and have also begun a Knowledge Exchange Fellowship at TORCH. I previously taught for Balliol College and for the Visiting Students Programmes at Hertford, Blackfriars and Keble.

Undergraduate teaching areas

Sixteenth- and seventeenth-century British and global history; disciplines of history.

Research interests

My current research explores the role of anti-popery in shaping the political attitudes and ideas expressed in the printed culture of early-seventeenth-century England, particularly towards the Roman papacy and the major Catholic powers such as Spain and France.   

I am partnering with the National Trust on a knowledge exchange project, which will explore female identity and experience in the particular context of the Civil Wars.


Subject notes for courses taught at Jesus College:
History and Economics
History and English
History and Modern Languages
History and Politics

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