I am Laming Junior Research Fellow at The Queen's College. I specialise in early modern literature and history with a particular focus on women's writing and Francophone contexts. My doctoral thesis explores the life and salon of the French exile, Hortense Mancini, and charts the activities of the European exile community that formed around her. I'm currently turning this thesis into a monograph. As part of this doctoral work, I have published an article on Mancini's death and the broader stakes of early modern women's history, and another on the epicurean writings of her close friend and fellow exile, Charles de Saint-Évremond. I am also beginning a new project on Huguenot Women's Writing from 1500 to 1700.