History PhD Student researching late eighteenth century Edinburgh/London bookseller networks and their copyright-court cases. Including, uncovering relationships between different booksellers and readers in ‘provincial’ areas of Scotland.
Currently founding the University of Edinburgh Disabled Students Archive (UEDSA), delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. UEDSA will find and preserve diverse experiences from the past in a digital space. Through combining student histories with current experiences of students who are, but not limited to, neuro-diverse, physically disabled, and experience mental health issues, it will establish the basis for a long-term inclusive disabled students archive.
Disabled Students' Archive enquiries: UEDSA@ed.ac.uk
Scholarships and Awards
Jenny Balston Scholarship (PhD, University of Edinburgh). 2019-2023
The University of Edinburgh Student Experience Grant (for the UEDSA project). 2019-2021
University of Brighton merit-based Scholarship (BA Hons, University of Brighton). 2014
MSc Book History and Material Culture, University of Edinburgh, Distinction (2019)
BA (Hons) Cultures, Histories, Literatures, University of Brighton, First Class (2015)
"Contentious Booksellers: the Edinburgh Bookseller's Society Revisited" given at
49th Annual Conference British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
8-10 January 2020 at St Hugh’s College, Oxford, United Kingdom: “Natural, Unnatural and Supernatural”