- Faculty of Business and Society
- Lecturer in History - Early Modern History
- (01443) 4 83238
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 undergraduate awards
Study Abroad co-ordinator, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Schools Liaison, History unit
“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)
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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