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Personal Development


Conferences

9 June 2016: "Perceptions of Quality Metalware in Eighteenth-Century England," Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Material Culture, University of Kent.

27 May 2016: "The Making and Possessing of Quality: The Metalware Trades in England, c.1700-1780," Centre for West Midlands History Seminar, Birmingham.

5 May 2016: "Marketing Quality in Eighteenth-Century England," Early Modern Discussion Group, University of Sheffield.

23 April 2016: "Perceptions of Quality and Material Culture in Early Modern England," Theories and Practices of Writing Early Modern History in England and Germany, Dresden.

6-8 January 2016: "Changing Perceptions of Quality in the English Metalware Trade, c.1674-1774," BSECS Annual Conference, Oxford.

18 November 2015: "Marketing Quality in Eighteenth-Century England," Nuffield Economic and Social History Postgraduate Seminar, Oxford.

22-23 October 2015: "Marketing Quality in Eighteenth Century England," Retail Realms: Shops, shoppers and shopping in the long eighteenth century, Georgian Studies Symposium, Fairfax House

12 June 2015: "Changing Perceptions of Quality in the English Metalware Trade, c.1674-1774," Matter and Materiality in the Early Modern World, CRASSH, University of Cambridge

27-29 March 2015: "Controlling Quality, Producers and their Products: Regulation and Reputation in the English Metalware Trade, c.1760-74," Economic History Society Annual Conference, University of Wolverhampton

21 February 2015: "Controlling Quality, Producers and their Products: The British Metalware Trade, c.1760-1774", Making and Mobilising Objects Conference, University of Warwick

26-29 November 2014: Economic History Society Residential Course, Manchester

29 May 2014: "Theft, Loss and Expressions of Intimate Knowledge in the Old Bailey, c. 1674-1750", Postgraduate Conference, University of Warwick


Responsibilities

2014- Present: Economic History Society Ambassador, University of Warwick

2014-2015: Seminar Tutor, teaching the first year history module 'Making History'

January 2014 - Present: Founder and Co-organiser of the Material Culture and Commodities Reading Group

28-30 March 2014: Student Assistant, Economic History Society Annual Conference, University of Warwick

2013-2014: Member of the 2014 Postgraduate Conference Committee


Training

26-29 November 2014: Economic History Society Residential Course

Spring 2014: Palaeography – From Manuscript to Print, Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University of Warwick

8 November 2013: Methodologies for Material Culture III: Museums and Material Culture, AHRC workshop, Museum of London

Spring 2013: Palaeography Training, Borthwick Institute for Archives, University of York

Autumn 2012: Latin (Beginners), Centre for Medieval Studies, University of York


Useful Links

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