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Lecturer in the department of Languages, Information and Communication, Manchester Metropolitan University

Jérémy Filet is teaching fellow at Manchester Metropolitan University. A cultural historian, he specializes on Jacobitism, and his first monograph is forthcoming at Manchester University Press (2025). As an Associate fellow of the Royal Historical Society, he has been awarded various research grants to organize and participate in conferences in the UK, France, and Hong-Kong. He was invited speaker to the BBC Radio show “You’re dead to me” (2023) and contributed to public history outreach for The Conversation (2017-2021) and Heart Radio Canada (2022). He has also recently published with History Ireland (2021), VIATICA (2023), and the European History Quarterly (2023).

Grand Tourist myself and a travel narratives lover. FHEA / AFRHS / PGCert.
I am also an active member of the SELVA and the AJJC.


  • –present
    Phd in early-modern history, Manchester Metropolitan History
  • –present
    Thèse de Doctorat en Littérature, langue et civilisation étrangère., University of Lorraine (France)