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Professional Development

Academic Profile

Current: Early Career Fellow, Institute of Advanced Study
2005 - 2009:  University of Warwick, PhD Early Modern History.
2004 - 2005: University of Warwick: MA Religious and Social History 1500-1700. (Distinction)
Dissertation: Heavenly Beings in English Religous Cultures: John Salkeld and
  A Treatise of Angels
1998 - 2001:  University of Warwick: BA (Hons) History (First Class).



Current:  Institute of Advanced Study (University of Warwick), Early Career Fellowship
2005 - 2008  Arts and Humanities Research Council, Doctoral Award
2008   Newberry Mellon Project, Participant in two week, residential workshop
2007 - 2008  Humanities Research Centre (University of Warwick), Doctoral Fellow
2007   Economic History Society, Postgraduate grant
2007   Ecclesiastical History Society, Student bursary



Other Responsibilities

2009 Consultant for Goat and Monkey Theatre Company, for their forthcoming production
' A Little Neck', staged at Hampton Court. The play is about Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.

2009 Co-organiser of two workshops whilst an Early Career Fellow with the Institute of
Advanced Studies: 'Academic Job Interviews in the Humanities and Social Sciences'

2009, 2005 Organiser of the History Postgraduate Conference, University of Warwick.
2008 Organiser of one-day conference entitled 'Sites of Change in Reformation
England'. Download the conference report (Word Document).
2006 - 2008 Co-organiser of the Early Modern Seminar, University of Warwick
2007 - 2008  Warwick Postgraduate Society, Executive Member (Winner of Most Improved
Society 2008).
2005 - 2006 Member of the Staff-Student Liaison Committee.



Autumn 2006 'Introduction to Academic and Professional Practice' at the Centre for Academic Practice
and Professional Development (now Learning and Development), University of Warwick
and Techniques of Study for Renaissance and Early Modern Culture
2005 - 2006 Palaeography Training, University of Warwick
2005 - 2006 Basic Latin training