AboutI am a TECHNE funded PhD student at Royal Holloway, University of London studying sequestration during the English Civil War. I am particularly interested in local and national policy administration, access to legal assistance, and the impact on women and children. Linked with this, I am also researching the pre-trial career of John Bradshaw in the 1640s.
Education1st Class BA (Hons) History from Canterbury Christ Church University in 2014.
MA by Research (History) from Royal Holloway, University of London in 2015.
Work Shared in CORE
Upcoming Talks and ConferencesTitle: Tracing women’s agency during the English Civil War using sequestration records. Organisation: MEMS Festival, University of Kent. Date: 16th-17th June 2017.
Title: ‘Take their deplorable estate into your pious considerations’: Women’s appeals to the Committee for Sequestrations during the English Civil War. Organisation: ‘Litigating Women’ Conference, University of Swansea. Date: 28th-29th June 2017.
Title: Raiding the Palace: The sequestration of St Augustine’s Abbey during the English Civil War. Organisation: Canterbury Christ Church University. Date: 5th July 2017.