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Tim Reinke-Williams

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Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

I would be happy to consider applications from anyone interested in studying the social, cultural and economic history of England in the period 1500-1750. Those interested in the following topics are especially encouraged to contact me: Class, Gender and Race (and the intersections between these categories of identity); Work (paid and unpaid); Family Relations; Age and the Life-Cycle; Bodies and Sexuality; Urban History; Migration.

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20092018

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Biography

Tim Reinke-Williams researches the social, economic and cultural history of England in the period c.1500-c.1750, focusing on how gender shaped the beliefs and experiences of women and men.  His first monograph, Women, Work and Sociability in Early Modern London, was published by Palgrave in 2014, and he has published articles in leading peer-reviewed academic journals, including Continuity and Change, Cultrual and Social History, Gender and History, and History Compass.  His current major research project focuses on everyday attitudes to men's bodies in seventeenth-century England.

This research feeds into three modules for which Tim acts as module leader:

HIS2025: Family and Life-Cycle in Early Modern England (Level 5 - year 2 UG)

HIS3029: Gender and Work in Early Modern England (Level 6 - year 3 UG)

HISM044: Exploring English Society, 1500-1750 (Level 7 - MA)

External positions

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Fellow of the Royal Historical Society

Member of the Institute for Historical Research

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