I studied for a BA (Oxford) and MA (Queen's University Belfast) in History, before starting my PhD at Teesside University. I currently work as a Graduate Tutor, and my role combines PhD research with full-time teaching responsibilities. My PhD thesis explores the significance of visual culture and visuality in the politics of the Irish Free State between 1922-39.
|Areas of expertise||
- The political history of the Irish Free State, 1922-39
BA History, University of Oxford (2014).
Graduate Tutor, Teesside University (2016-Present).
I have taught the classes and given lectures on following modules at Teesside University:
|Committees & Associations||
I am currently a member of:
British Association of Irish Studies, Postgraduate Travel bursary, 2017.
I am currently in the process of organising a conference for Postgraduate students and Early Career Researchers at Teesside University to be held in February 2019, entitled 'New Directions in Irish History.' The Call for Papers can be found by following this link: