My research explores the experiences of transgender women and transfeminine people in the Women's Liberation Movement in Britain in the 1970s and 1980s. My doctoral project aims to further the knowledge of the Women's Liberation Movement in three ways. Firstly, it builds upon transgender history in Britain through a feminist lens. Secondly, it historicises experiences of trans women in the 1970s and 1980s. Lastly, it seeks to integrate the experiences of trans women into women's history and feminist history, rejecting the notion that they are incompatible.
I started my DPhil at Oxford in 2020. Before this, I completed the MSt in Modern British History at the University of Oxford (2020) and the BA in History at the University of Southampton (2019).