Projects per year
Beginning my PhD at Bristol in September 2015, my research looks at the transition between a colonial and globalising world in the late twentieth century. The British expatriate community in Hong Kong, between 1982 and 2012, is used as a case study to track the impact of a transfer of power on a privileged group.
My wider interests include: post-colonialism, transnationalism, globalisation, and migration.
In addition to my research, I am the intern for the Bristol Institute for Research in Humanities and the Arts (BIRTHA) 2016/17, and the co-organiser of the History PGR group seminars.
Activities per year
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in conference
‘“All Roads Lead to Hong Kong: Paths of Becoming a Hong Kong Historian” Roundtable discussion and Exhibition Launch of “Hong Kong Through the Lens” Exhibition
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Community engagement, including convening focus/advisory groups
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Festival, exhibition, performance