In the academic year 2014-2015, I will be a seminar tutor on the first-year core module, Making History. If you are in one of my seminar groups, please keep an eye on my Making History page.
This module acts as an introduction to methodological and theoretical questions in the study of history. I helped teach the module in its first (and rather challenging!) year, when, aside from leading seminars and supervising students, I was also responsible for compiling the bibliography for the module's final piece of course.
I completed and was awarded the Postgraduate Award for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in May 2014, and I received a letter of commendation from the Exam Board for the outstanding quality of my portfolio.
In May 2013, I was nominated for the Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence for Postgraduate Research Students (WATERPGR).
In June 2013, I presented at the Warwick Teaching and Learning Showcase on the use of the Modern Records Centre (the archive situated on campus) for the Making History project.
In December 2012 I assisted in the teaching of a seminar on ‘Radical Social Work’ for Mathew Thomson’s final-year module, ‘Britain in the 1970s: Between New Society and No Society’. In December 2013 I taught the seminar alongside my PhD colleagues Claire Sewell and Jenny Crane. on the broader theme of social problems