22339141_10156091362713690_8189887793179628003_oI am an AHRC-funded PhD candidate at 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.

With Katrina Moseley, I am founder and convener of the AHRC- funded research group, Cambridge Body and Food Histories. To find out more about our activities click here!

*CFP: ‘Food and Faith in the Early Modern World, c. 1400 – c. 1700’ conference, University of Cambridge, 23 November 2018*

*New Recipe Post: Bartlemas Beef *