Courtly Adaptation in Royal Retreat: Country Houses and Collections Amid the Court of George III and Queen Charlotte
My research aims to use country houses and their collections to explore royal friendship, social and material exchange among court circles, and the adaptation of court office and ceremony in rural venues outside of St. James's Palace.
Experience and Professional Activities
I would like to build a career in the British heritage sector after my studies, and I am currently an active participant in the Heritage Pathway Programme offered by The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH). Thanks to the university's Career Service, I've also gained further practical experience through internships with the National Trust Partnership at TORCH, Purcell Architects, and the Devonshire Collections at Chatsworth House.
Scholarships and Prizes
The Mavis Gibson Prize in History (Keble College, 2020)
Supervisors: Oliver Cox & Hannah Smith