I am a research associate on the AHRC-funded 'Remembering the Reformation' project, an interdisciplinary collaborative project based at the Universities of Cambridge and York. My work for the 'Remembering the Reformation' project focuses on 'lives and afterlives'.
This explores the historical and literary afterlives of individuals and groups caught up in the Reformation, as well as the manner in which religious change stimulated the emergence and effected the transformation of types of life-writing. More broadly, my work focuses on the processes of religious change in early modern England and the ways in which individuals and communities shaped their own experiences of this turbulent period. My forthcoming monograph addresses this within the particular (and peculiar) community of the university. I am also in the early stages of a new project examining recantation in the British Reformations.