My teaching experience ranges from Late Antiquity to the later medieval period, covering a broad geographical range from Anglo-Saxon England, to Byzantium, to Tang China. I have taught on broader survey courses to specialised modules on areas from Byzantine empresses (300-1204) to the urban development of western medieval Europe (900-1500).
In previous years, I have also been involved with AWAS, wherein I undertook subject-specific, student-facing tutorials, focusing on research and essay writing skills, and leading a series of dissertation workshops for third year undergraduates.
Undergraduate teaching, 2015-present:
- Practicing History (A & B)
- Discovering the Middle Ages
- Living in the Middle Ages (1050-1500)
- Towns and Urban Life in the Middle Ages
- Group Research Projects
- Byzantium and the Transformation of the Roman World (330-850)
- Late Antiquity
I am also supervising undergraduate dissertations on topics within the Medieval West, up to the Reformation.