Prior to joining Nottingham in October 2018, I was Senior Lecturer at the University of Chichester where I taught widely on the Modern History programme. I have successfully supervised three PhD theses and welcome enquiries from those interested in modern Southern African history; women’s history; and aspects of “new” imperial history. In June 2018 I became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Previous courses taught include:

  1. Rethinking History (Year one)
  2. An Introduction to the Nineteenth Century World (Year one)
  3. Political Ideologies: How Ideas Shape Politics and Why They Matter (Year two)
  4. Villains or Victims: White Women and the British Empire (Year two)
  5. Research Methods in African History (MRes Module)

In South Africa , I taught a range of courses in the Gender Studies Programme at the University of Free State, South Africa.