The topic of my PhD was sequestration during the English Civil Wars, and consequently I specialise in 17th century research.

I am one of the convenors of the British History in the 17th Century seminar group at the Institute of Historical Research in London, and I am also a council member of the Cromwell Association.

I received the Womens’ Studies Group’s bursary (2018-19) to fund a project exploring the sequestration of Lady Wootton in Canterbury, and the impact this had on the women of the town. To watch a Ten Minute Talk I created about this project for the British Association for Local History (BALH) please click here.

I am currently a Research Assistant on the AHRC-funded ‘Civil War Petitions’ project, which is digitising and transcribing petitions for relief submitted by maimed soldiers, war widows, and orphans between 1642 and 1710. The project’s website is here.

Please use the contact form here to get in touch with me regarding any 17th century research.