My current research examines Anglican missionary societies’ involvement in transatlantic slavery in the early nineteenth century. It focuses specifically on Christian support networks behind these societies that included both abolitionists and members of the West India Interest.
I am interested more broadly in the Church of England's connections to transatlantic slavery from the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries, and in wider transatlantic histories of religion and colonialism.
I completed my BA Hons. at the University of York, and my Master's in History at the University of Manchester.
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