Selling Sex in 'the Godly State': A Comparative Study of Lyon, Seville and Mexico City c1550-c.1650
I work on French and Iberian history in the Early Modern period, with a specific interest in gender and sexuality, and the ways in which these ideas have been dictated in a colonial framework. My research also touches on issues such as migration, race and enslavement, and the construction of 'the archive'.
I am the administrative coordinator of the History of the Gendered Body seminar series, and am always keen to hear from potential presenters on that series.
Supervisor: Professor Lyndal Roper and Associate Professor Giuseppe Marcocci