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Dr Lucy Clarke

Office: FAB3.10


Office hours: Monday 3-4pm; Tuesday 11am-12noon

I am an interdisciplinary social historian of early modern England, with interests in state formation, law and cultures of performance.

I am currently Teaching Fellow in History and Literature at Warwick, where I am the History lead on the English and History BA.

Courses taught:

EN126 History and Textuality (First Year)
EN Writing History (Second Year)
HI2E5 The Supernatural in Early Modern Britain (Second Year)
HI2E9 Crossing Boundaries and Breaking Norms in the Medieval World (Second Year)

HI993 Themes and Approaches in the Historical Study of Religions (Masters)
HI992 Themes in Early Modern History (Masters)

Career summary

2022-2023 Teaching Fellow in History and Literature, University of Warwick
2021-2022 Lecturer in English (including Theatre), Wroxton College, Fairleigh Dickinson University
2019-2022 Tutor in History, University of Oxford
2019-2022 Tutor in English Literature, University of Oxford
2017-2022 DPhil History, Jesus College, University of Oxford
2016-2017 MA Shakespeare Studies, King's College London with Shakespeare's Globe
2013-2016 BA History and English, Regent's Park College, University of Oxford

Selected publications

Selected conference papers and presentations

Selected outreach and access work