Funding & Awards

2021 John Carter Brown Library Short-Term Fellowship.

2021 Member of the AHRC White Rose Collaboration Fund network: ‘Slavery and Steam: The Connections Between Steam Power, Railways and Enslavement’.

2020 Society for Renaissance Studies Postdoctoral Fellowship.

2020 Huntington Library Short-Term Fellowship.

2020 Eccles Centre for American Studies (British Library) Visiting Fellowship.

2020 Subscription to Adam Matthew Digital through a Royal Historical Society funding award.

2020 Honorary Research Fellowship – The University of Sheffield.

2019 Twelve AHRC WRoCAH Small Award grants to conduct research and attend conferences at a variety of institutions across the U.K., Europe, and the USA between 2016 and 2019.

2018 AHRC WRoCAH Research Employability Project (REP) funding to work at the John Carter Brown Library for one month.

2018 AHRC WRoCAH Large Award funding to travel to Williamsburg, VA and present at the Omohundro Institute’s 24th Annual Conference.

2017 AHRC International Placement Scheme, 4-month fellowship at the Huntington Library.

2017 AHRC WRoCAH Large Award funding to conduct research at the Barbados National Archives for 3 weeks.

2016 AHRC White Rose Competition PhD Scholarship, The University of Sheffield.

2016 Roger Scola prize for the best MA/MRes thesis in social and economic history in 2016, University of Kent.

2015 School of History Masters Scholarship, University of Kent.