Alexandra Paulin-Booth

Lecturer in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century European and World History, University of Oxford

In 2011 I graduated from Durham with a degrees in Combined Arts (focusing on nineteenth and twentieth century intellectual and cultural history in Britain and France). I remained at Durham and obtained a Masters in Modern History. In 2012 I moved down to Oxford to start work on my PhD, which focuses on changing ideas about time in Belle Époque France. I am especially interested in radical politics; my current work is on nationalism. Since October 2015 I have been Lecturer in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century European and World History at Balliol College. I have presented at numerous conferences, including public engagement talks (such as How the Light Gets In festival in Hay-on-Wye), and I have published on the work of French socialist Jean Jaurès.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in History (nineteenth century Europe, with a particular interest in French radical politics and intellecual history), University of Oxford

Education

  • 2012 
    Durham University, MA in Modern History
  • Oxford, UK
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