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Teaching Fellow: Dr Imogen Peck

Imogen Peck

Email: Imogen.Peck@warwick.ac.uk
Office: H343, 3rd floor of the Humanities Building
Office Hours: Thursdays, 11-12

 

Academic Profile

2019 - Present: Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, University of Warwick

2018 - 2019: Teaching Fellow in History, University of Warwick

2015 - 2018: PhD in History, University of Bristol

2014 - 2015: MPhil in History, University of Bristol

2011 - 2012: MSc in Political Theory, University of Oxford

2008 - 2011: BA in History and Politics, University of Oxford

Publications

Monograph

Recollection in the Republics: Memories of the British Civil Wars in England, 1649-1660 (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2021).

Articles
‘“A chronology of some Memorable Accidents”: The Representation of the Recent Past in English Almanacs, 1648-1660’, Historical Research, 92 (2019), 97-117.

‘The Great Unknown: The Negotiation and Narration of Death by English Civil War Widows, 1647-1660’, Northern History, 53 (2016), 220-235.

‘Collaborators not Cavaliers: Popular Politics in the Northern Counties of England, 1647-59’, Northern History, 50 (2013), 39-52.

Book Chapters

‘Remembering – and Forgetting – Regicide: The Commemoration of the 30 January, 1649-1660’, in Remembering Queens and Kings in Early Modern England and France: Reputation, Reinterpretation, Reincarnation, ed. by Estelle Paranque (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019).

‘Reconciliation and Oblivion in the English Republics’, in Reconciliation After War (Crimes): Historical Perspectives, ed. by James Gow and Rachel Kerr (Routledge, forthcoming 2019).

'Civilian Narratives of the British Civil Wars', in Civil War, Memory and Authority, ed. by Mark Stoyle and Lloyd Bowen (Manchester University Press, forthcoming 2021).

Teaching

I am an recognised Fellow of the HEA.

2019-2020

The British Problem

The Enlightenment

2018-2019

The Enlightenment

Philosophical Reflections in History

The European World, 1500-1700


Selected Seminar and Conference Papers

Keynote Speaker
‘Death, Desertion and Doubt: The Experience of Parliamentary War Widows in the North of England, 1648-1660’ (Religion and Society in Britain during the 1650s, University of Portsmouth, 15-16 July 2016).

Invited Speaker

'Civilian Narratives of the British Civil Wars' (Civil War, Memory, and Authority, Oxford, 3 July 2019).

'Recollection in the Republics' (IHR 17thc Seminar Series, Institute of Historical Research, London, 13 June 2019).

‘Veterans’ Commemorations in Early Modern England’ (New Voices in the History of War, University of Oxford, 18 July 2018).

‘Reconciliation, Revenge and Royalism: The Memory of Civil Service in the English Republics’ (Remembering Revolutions, Institute of Historical Research, London, 17 June 2017).

‘The English Civil Wars in English Popular Memory, 1647-1660’ (Mortality, Care and Military Welfare Conference, University of Leicester/National Civil War Centre, Newark on Trent, 7-8 August 2015).

Submitted Speaker

‘The Commemoration of the British Civil Wars in the English Republics’ (North American Conference of British Studies, Providence, Rhode Island, 25-28 October 2018).

‘Reconciliation in the British Republics’ (Reconciliation After War (Crimes): Historical Perspectives, King’s College, London, 29-31 January 2018)

‘“A City Assaulted by Man but saved by God”: Local Commemorations of the British Civil Wars’ (Memory and the Making of Knowledge in the Early Modern World, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany, 17-23 September 2017).

‘Roundhead and Cavalier Rogues: Remembering Civil War Service, 1649-1660’ (British Commission for Military History British Civil Wars Conference, National Civil War Centre, Newark on Trent, 7-9 July 2017).

‘The Representation of the Recent Past in Printed Almanacs, 1648-1659’ (IHR Seminar Series, Institute of Historical Research, London, 1 June 2017).

‘“A chronology of some memorable accidents”: Representations of the British Civil Wars in Printed Almanacs, 1649-1660’ (North American Conference of British Studies, Washington DC, 10-13 November 2016).

‘The Great Unknown: The Negotiation and Narration of Death by English Civil War Widows, 1647-1660’ (Social History Society Annual Conference, University of Lancaster, 21-23 March 2016).