Early Career Researcher, Medieval French

I was born in Hastings in 1992. After a comprehensive education in Leicestershire, I studied for a BA in French and History at King's College London, before an MA in French Literature and Culture also at King's funded by LAHP. In July 2020, I was awarded my PhD in French at King's as part of The Values of French project, funded by the ERC.

I have just completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Freie Universität Berlin with EXC Temporal Communities, where I undertook an individual research project called Making Sense/Making Time. Before that I worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate for The Values of French. I was the main editor of the Orient II and Alexander sections of the Histoire ancienne jusqu'à César in BnF fr. 20125 following TEI and using digital encoding software.