My primary research interests are in the social, religious, and medical history of early modern and eighteenth-century Britain. My work to date has focused on ordinary people’s experiences of religion and medicine within specific settings including the home and the urban environment (London), and as expressed within letter-writing.
I am currently working on a monograph which explores the intersection between domestic religion and the life cycle in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century London. I am also a co-editor of the forthcoming edited collection ‘Religion and Life Cycles in early modern England’ (MUP, 2021).
My publications to date have considered the lived experiences and interactions of the diverse religious groups that made London their home: French and German Protestants, Catholics, Protestant nonconformists of various denominations, and Sephardi and Ashkenazi Jewish communities.