BA (Mod.), European Studies (History, French and German), Trinity College Dublin.
M.Phil, Reformation and Enlightenment Studies, Trinity College Dublin.
Ph.D, History (Trinity College Dublin)
Introduction to History
War, Reform and Identify: Introduction to Early Modern Europe
Digital Skills for Local History
Science, Magic and Discovery in Early Modern Europe
The Tudor Myth, 1485 to the present
Britain’s languages, 1450-1800
Violence, Escape and Opportunity in Early Modern Europe
Lecturer in Early Modern History
Course Leader / Award Tutor: History BA awards
Study Abroad co-ordinator, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
“The Invisible Virtuoso”. Bengt Skytte and the founding of the Royal Society in 1660’, in History of Universities, 2012 (23).
‘Rebuking the Princes: Erasmus Alber in Magdeburg, 1548-52’, in Polly Bromilow (ed.), Authority in European Book Culture (1400-1600), (Ashgate, 2013)
“Before the Storm: Civilians under Siege, 1618-30”, in Dowdall, A. & Horne, J. (eds.).Sieges and Civilians: From Sarajevo to Troy . (Routledge, forthcoming, 2017)
External Associate, Centre for War Studies, Trinity College Dublin.
Managing Editor: History of Universities (OUP)
Early Modern Europe: Warfare and Society, History of Science, Language and Education, Reformation, Print Culture, Mapping and Landscape, Digital History.
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