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Teaching and Organisational Responsibilities

TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES

Temporary Lecturer (Northumbria University): From Lunatic to Citizen?: Madness and Society since 1800 (HI0529), 2011-12

Lectures and seminars for group of 30 second year undergraduates. The course studies social responses to mental disorder in Britain across a period that saw the boundaries between madness/ sanity challenged and redefined in principle and practice.

Dissertation workshops for 8 third year undergraduates. These workshops support students in the development of their research and the skills and methods required to successfully complete their projects.

Seminar Tutor (University of Warwick): Making of the Modern World (HI0153), 2010-11

Three large seminar groups (13-17 students in each), taught as a core survey course to first year undergraduates. This covers a range of major themes in modern history, from 1750 to the present. For further information, please see here

Exam marking for: Making of the Modern World (HI 153) and assessed option Gender, History and Politics, 1769-1939 (HI 253).


ORGANISATIONAL responsibilities

COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS

  • 2010 - 2011: Chair of Voluntary Action History Society (VAHS) New Researchers' Committee
    • 2008 - 2011: Member of committee
  • 2009 - 2010: Memberships Officer, History Lab
  • 2006 - 2010: Member of Health Archives and Records Group (HARG) Committee. Website: here

 

CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PLANNING (INCLUDING DETAILS OF GRANTS AWARDED)

 


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ORAL HISTORY

I am a member of the Warwick Oral History Network