Associated PhD Students
The Bedford Centre offers a focus for doctoral and MA by research students working on all aspects of the history of gender in Britain, Europe and Asia from medieval bodies to twentieth-century crafts, from emotion, print culture and private writing to seventeenth-century consumers and Victorian fashion, from Georgian masculinity to Edwardian hysteria.
Current PhD Students:
Charlotte Brown (PhD, AHRC funded, full time), ‘Elite men and consumption in eighteenth-century Britain,’ supervised by Jane Hamlett.
Katie Carpenter (PhD, RHUL funded, full time), 'Science in the Victorian Kitchen', supervised by Jane Hamlett.
Olivia Dee, (PhD), ‘A History the Pro-Life Movement in England, 1967-92’, supervised by Stella Moss.
Krissie Glover (PhD, AHRC funded, full time), ‘Crime at home in Victorian England,’ supervised by Jane Hamlett.
Zoe Thomas (PhD, AHRC funded), ‘Women Designers in the Arts and Crafts Movement and Bauhaus in Britain and Germany,’ supervised by Jane Hamlett.
Adam McKie (MA by Resarch), ‘Women and Cricket in Interwar England, 1918-39’, supervised by Stella Moss.
Susan Woodall (PhD, OU funded, part time), ‘Institutions for fallen women in Victorian England,’ supervised by Jane Hamlett.