Has taught Biography to MA students at the Centre for Editing Lives and Letters (UCL) and at the University of Buckingham, and a course on 'The Art of the Essay' at The Idler Academy. Also works as an expert consultant to the European Council on Refugees and Exiles, Human Rights Watch and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.
Historical biographies (Sarah Churchill, the members of the Kit-Kat club); currently working on a book about the characters who surrounded King James I after 1614.
School of History, Classics and Archaeology, University of Edinburgh
History of masculinity, gender, the body, emotion, travel and education.
University of New Hampshire, USA
The sciences of the eighteenth-century Enlightenment; European intellectual history; historiography.
University of East Anglia
British social and economic history of the 18th and 19th centuries, in particular the industrial revolution, its social consequences and impact upon women.
University of Greifswald.
Literature and cultural history; women in the eighteenth century; ecocriticism; sociability throughout the eighteenth century.
University of Birmingham, department of History.
Social and cultural aspects of eighteenth-century Britain with ongoing interests in the body and sexuality, masculinity and material culture, as well as an emerging interest in digital humanities.
Royal Holloway, University of London
Eighteenth-century literature and culture ; Laurence Sterne ; groups and coteries such as the Bluestockings and the Scriblerians ; private theatricals in the long nineteenth century.
The National Archives, Kew, London
History of empire and slavery; history of science; technology and medicine; maritime and Atlantic history
University of Sussex
Histories of gender, sexuality and poverty focussed primarily on eighteenth-century London
Université Paris Cité (LARCA, CNRS UMR 8225).
British romanticism; Percy Shelley; Politics and history; Poetic efficacy.
Institute of the Arts, University of Cumbria
Sport and leisure history of Britain from 1600 to 1960s.
University of Northumbria at Newcastle.
Representation of mental healths in the eighteenth century; James Boswell; Swift; Pope.