My educational scholarship and research focuses on the experiences of doctoral students, particularly in relation to their identity and use of technology in their communities of practice.
- Supervisor Perspectives on the Requirements of the Postgraduate Research Probationary Review (January-August 2017), School of Education and Lifelong Learning, University of East Anglia
- Postgraduate Researcher Attitudes Towards Technical Skill Acquisition and Professionalism in Blogging (February-August 2016), School of Education and Lifelong Learning, University of East Anglia
Since 2005, I have been researching the creation and use of seal matrices for authentication of documents in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period. My work has been concerned with identity and agency through material culture, but also the antiquarian interest in seals from the sixteenth century to the present day.
- Norwich Castle Museum Seal Matrix Cataloguing Project 2007-
- AHRC-funded doctoral research: The Cardinal’s Seal of Dignity and the Representation of Identities, 1378-1533 (University of East Anglia, Norwich)
- Norwich Castle Museum Seal Matrix Conservation Project 2007-2009