About Me

I am a History graduate with a MRes with Distinction and a First Class BA with Honors. I have been awarded a RDF studentship to study History at Northumbria University under the supervision of Dr Neil Murphy. I am also acting as a research assistant and/or technical assistant on a number of virtual academic conferences.

My current research: ‘Men Say That He Shall Come Again’: King Arthur in Tudor England, will show how the religious and political vicissitudes of the long sixteenth century produced new and important understandings of Arthur, which impacted on key developments then transforming English society, including: the impact of the Reformation, the expansion of royal power, and the re-emergence of empire.
Supervisors: Dr Neil Murphy