Tim Ellis is a Graduate Tutor and PhD student in Irish History at Teesside University. He graduated with a BA in History at the University of Oxford in 2014, and an MA in History at Queen's University Belfast in 2016. His MA dissertation explored the significance of women, gender and masculinity in Irish political cartoons between 1922-39. His PhD examines the significance of visual culture in Irish politics between 1922-1939.
He has presented his work at conferences in Great Britain, Ireland and Spain, and hosted the 'New Directions in Irish History' Conference at Teesside in Spring in 2019. He has a forthcoming journal article to be published in the Éire-Ireland Irish Studies journal.