History, University of Nottingham
'Book Review: The Fight for the Soul of the Democratic Party', Midlands Historical Review, 4 (2020), http://www.midlandshistoricalreview.com/the-fight-for-the-soul-of-the-democratic-party/
''Moving Vigorously to the Left, the Right and the Centre, all at the same time?': Making Sense of Late Twentieth-Century American Politics', History Postgraduate Work in Progress Seminars, 10 March 2021, University of Nottingham (online).
'The Uses of Comparative History'- History Postgraduate Work in Progress Seminars, 12 February 2020, University of Nottingham.
'Conflict and Consensus in 1980s America'- Contemporary Political History Seminar Series, 3 December 2020, University of Nottingham (online).
''Part-time Athlete, Full-Time Serious Thinker': Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Arthur Ashe in the 'long 1970s''- East Midlands Centre for Learning and Teaching History in Higher Education: Undergraduate Dissertation Showcase, 7 June 2019, University of Derby.
I co-founded The Contemporary Political History Seminar series with fellow PGRs in History and Politics at the University of Nottingham in October 2020. Since then, I have been a co-organiser of the series.
I have been an assistant editor of the Midlands Historical Review, a student-run online journal, since February 2021.
Historians of the Twentieth Century United States (HOTCUS)
Political Studies Association (PSA)
I was awarded £200 as part of the Sport in History Undergraduate Essay Prize from the British Society of Sports History in November 2019.
Assistant Editor- Midlands Historical Review (February 2021-)
Co-organiser- Contemporary Political History Seminars (October 2020-)
Starting Out as a Researcher- University of Nottingham Researcher Academy (October 2020)
Understanding your Research Degree- University of Nottingham Researcher Academy (February 2021)