I am a doctoral candidate at The University of Queensland. My PhD thesis is on Witchcraft and Diabolism in Early Modern England. Prior to my doctoral studies I completed a Masters in International Studies (Peace & Conflict Resolution), with a thesis on the failure of international responses to the Rwandan Genocide. And I have a Bachelor of Arts (History, Hons I) with an honours thesis on the religious and cultural underpinnings of Afrikaner Nationalism in the early twentieth century.
My blog, "Enchanted History" (http://witchcrafthistory.blogspot.com.au/), updates every Sunday.
PhD Candidate, Early Modern History, The University of Queensland
Contributor, Year's Work in English Studies
University of Queensland, Masters of International Studies
University of Queensland, Bachelor of Arts (Hons I)
Shakespeare’s Late Plays, The Year’s Work in English Studies, 93 (1),
‘A ‘Divellish’ Woman Discovered: The Witch of Newbury, 1643, Cerae
‘[A] solemne league and contract with the Devill’: Narratives of Sin and Desire in Elizabeth Clarke’s confessions in A true and exact relation (1645), Sin and Salvation in Reformation England, Ashgate
Shakespeare’s Late Plays, The Year’s Work in English Studies, 92 (1)
The Construction of a ‘Bitter Hedge’: Narrative, Nationalism, and the Construction of Afrikaner Identity in the Voortrekker Monument, Crossroads: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics 6, no. 2
Australia and New Zealand Association of Medieval and Early Modern Studies