A selection of highlights…

Consultant historian for Lauren Puckett-Pope’s article in Elle.

Further writing…

2021 | “Use and evaluation of primary source material when researching gender” & “Use and evaluation of private papers when completing historical research”, Research Methods for Primary Sources, Adam Matthew Digital.

2021 | “Media Review: Bridgerton, S1” for BSECS Criticks.

2020 | “Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum” for Mainly Museums.

2020 | “Jane Austen’s House Museum” for Mainly Museums.

2017 | “Women, Dollhouses and the Possession of Space”, Gender Place and Memory Blog (University of Hull).

2016 | “Uncovering Women’s Involvement in the Historical Record: A Few Notes on the Country House”, Gender Place and Memory Blog (University of Hull).

Select speaking engagements

2021-present | Special Guest Historian, Women of Savannah Walking Tour, with Art & Amble.

2021 | Panel Member, “The Feast of the Poets: The Women of Wentworth Place”, Keats House Museum, 26th March.

2021 | “Creativity, Curiosity and Collecting: Elite Women and the Uses of the Eighteenth Century Country House”, Interventions in the Country House Seminar Series (White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities), 27th April.

2019 | “Representing Female Curiosity: Collecting and Enlightenment in the English Country House”, International Society for Eighteenth Century Studies (ISECS) Congress on Enlightenment (University of Edinburgh), 15-19th July.

2019 | “‘[I] travel only on the wings of the imagination’: Friendship, Female Letters and the Imagined Grand Tour of Frances Thynne, Countess of Hertford”, British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies (BSECS) Conference (St Hugh’s College, Oxford), 4-6th January. Joint second place, BSECS Presidents Prize for the Best Postgraduate Paper.

2018 | International Women’s Day Celebrations at Glascote Academy. Running sessions on importance of women’s history for children aged 7-11 years old.