RECENT RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS
• The Bess of Hardwick Project, a collaboration between the University of Sheffield, Hardwick Hall (National Trust) and Chatsworth (Chatsworth House Trust). Conducting a scoping survey of archival materials related to Bess of Hardwick, suggesting directions for further research and exhibitions. Contributing to organising symposium on Bess at University of Sheffield, July 2019, and major multisite exhibition in 2023.
• University of Sheffield/Brodsworth Hall (English Heritage): Research Assistant
Conducted a scoping survey of archival materials related to the social lives and transport networks of the Thellusson and Grant-Dalton families. (April to December 2016).
• ‘Manliness and Beastliness: love, sex, and the body in public school fiction’ (monograph project)
• ‘‘Humanity is our worst disease’: Love and misanthropy in the works of the Earl of Rochester.’
• Food and sexuality in the writing of Anne Lister