Research Projects

Digital Project Manager, Cultures of Knowledge -  Arno Bosse

Arno Bosse

01865 (6)15026

arno.bosse@history.ox.ac.uk

Arno is the Digital Project Manager for "Cultures of Knowledge: An Intellectual Geography of the Seventeeth Century Republic of Letters"

Projects Administrator (Cultures of Knowledge and COST Action) -  Dobrochna Futro

Dobrochna Futro

01865 (6)15026

dobrochna.futro@history.ox.ac.uk

Dobrochna provides support for both the Cultures of Knowledge and the COST Action IS1310 Reassembling the Republic of Letters, 1500–1800 projects. She works closely with the Arno Bosse, Miranda Lewis and Jane Smith.

Digital Editor, Cultures of Knowledge -  Miranda Lewis

Miranda Lewis

01865 (6)15028

miranda.lewis@history.ox.ac.uk

Miranda is the Digital Editor for Early Modern Letters Online [EMLO], the union catalogue of early modern correspondence created by the Cultures of Knowledge project. 

You can visit her projects at the following links:

Early Modern Letters Online

Cultures of Knowledge


Research Network Coordinator - Jeanette Atkinson

Jeanette Atkinson

01865 (6)15035

jeanette.atkinson@history.ox.ac.uk

Dr Jeanette Atkinson is the Research Network Coordinator for ‘Globalising and Localising the Great War’, which is based in the Faculty of History, and is also an interdisciplinary network of TORCH (The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities); ‘The First World War and Global Religions’ (Principal investigator: Dr Adrian Gregory, Co-investigator: Dr Faisal Devji) – funded by the AHRC (April 2016-June 2019); and ‘A Transnational Approach to Resistance in Europe, 1936-1948’ (Principal Investigator: Professor Robert Gildea) – funded by The Leverhulme Trust and The Gerry Holdsworth Special Forces Trust (October 2015-September 2018).

As part of her roles, Jeanette works closely with faculty and graduate students to organise events and source external and internal funding. She is responsible for budgets and finance relating to the projects and to maintaining strong communication links across all of the networks. Social media is also an important factor and Jeanette creates and maintains websites and writes blogs for each project. Outreach and public engagement are an increasingly vital part of academia and she works closely with local and regional groups, communities and heritage organisations facilitating engagement with faculty and graduate students, and organising events. Jeanette also provides research assistance to faculty, co-supervises a doctoral student, and carries out her own research into identity, values, heritage, public history and engagement between museums and communities. 

Jeanette joined the Faculty of History in September 2014. Prior to that, she worked as a researcher in the Department of Education at the University of Oxford on the AHRC funded 'Cultural Value' project, examining the cultural value of arts and humanities research. She has worked as an Associate Tutor for the School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester since 2004, as Programme Director, Museum Studies by Distance Learning from 2009–2010, and completed her PhD in Museum Studies in the School in 2008. Before working at Leicester, Jeanette worked as an art conservator in a range of national and regional museums in both the United Kingdom and New Zealand.


Network Facilitator 'Global Nodes, Global Orders' Leverhulme International Network and Project Administrator ‘Comparing the Copperbelt’ ERC Project -  Claire Phillips

Claire Phillips

01865 (6)15027

claire.phillips@history.ox.ac.uk

Claire also provides dedicated support to the Global History Research Centre.

 


Research Projects Administrator -  Briony Truscott

Briony Truscott

01865 (6)15033

briony.truscott@history.ox.ac.uk

Briony is the ERC Research Projects Administrator for "Stories of Survival", "The Cult of Saints", "Nomadic Empires", and "The Jagiellonians"


Network Facilitator -  Tiffany Shumaker

Tiffany Shumaker

tiffany.shumaker@history.ox.ac.uk 

Tiffany is the Network Facilitator for the project ‘Hunger Draws the Map: Blockade and Food Shortages in Europe, 1914-1922’, funded by a grant from the Leverhulme Trust.

In her role she provides dedicated administrative and research support to Professor Sir Hew Strachan (Principal Investigator), Dr Mary Cox, and Dr Claire Morelon (Co-applicants) and co-ordinates several logistical, financial, digital, and academic elements of the project under their direction.

Having joined the project in March 2017, Tiffany brings with her over a decade of experience in academic project administration, historical research, and quantitative and qualitative analysis. Alongside this role, she is working towards the completion of her DPhil at Oxford, which focuses on the experience of poverty in early modern England.
 

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