My research interests include novel sources of historical microdata, mixed-gender intergenerational outcomes, comparative micro/macro migrations, and measures of socioeconomic enfranchisement. As a DPhil student in Economic & Social History, my primary focus is the creation of large-scale intergenerational longitudinal cohorts from historic microdata to study migration outcomes across various forms of distance.
I am also research assistant to Jane Humphries at the Oxford Martin School Programme on the Post-Carbon Transition, where we are investigating sensitive intervention points in Yorkshire’s carbon transitions.
I hold an MPhil in Economic & Social History from the University of Oxford, where my dissertation on network persistence linkage and intergenerational transmission among foreign-born migrants in 19th-century England won the 2018 Feinstein Prize.
My doctoral research is supported by the Clarendon Fund.