Historian of science, empire and print
I am an historian at the
University of Cambridge
and the current holder of the Adrian Research Fellowship at
engages broadly with the global history of science, empire and print, from 1750 to 1900.
At the moment I am working on two projects:
First, I am completing a
on the global history of phrenology, based on my doctoral research.
Second, I am beginning a
on the global history of science and print, with a particular focus on the useful knowledge movement in the nineteenth century.
I am also an advocate of
, writing for national newspapers, websites and magazines.
Whether you’re an academic, student or editor, please feel free to
get in contact
You can also find me on