I am an AHRC-funded PhD candidate at Christ’s College, the University of Cambridge, studying the relationship between food and religion in the English Protestant Reformation and the Italian Catholic Reformation, c.1560 – c. 1640.
I approach the religious change of the Reformations through embodied or ‘lived’ religious experience, and am interested more broadly in how past people understood and interacted with the material world.
- 22/03/2019 New conference theme announced and CFP: ‘Waste Not, Want Not: Food and Thrift from Antiquity to the Present’!
- 19/03/2019 Guest recipe post on ‘Hamantaschen’ for the Jewish Purim festival – by Julia Biggs
- 20/02/2019 Blog post on ‘Hungry Historians: A Delicious and Disgusting Journey Through Time’ – on History for Schools Lesson