My PhD is a study of the relationship between science and politics in the aftermath of the French Revolution. It explores the way in which ideas derived from natural philosophy and medicine informed attempts to construct a science of politics and society. The prospective title of this study is 'Vitalism, Politics and the Science of Society in France, 1795-1848'.
History of Political Thought, History of Science, Intellectual History and the French Revolution.
"National Pride and Republican grandezza: Brissot’s New Language for International Politics in the French Revolution", French History and Civilisation (Vol. 6), 2015, pp. 66-82
ANU University Research Scholarship International (2014-2017)
ANU HDR Merit Scholarship (2014-2017)
IARU Travel grant (2015) for visiting studentship at University of Cambridge
Franco-British Network for Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Research
Revolutionary Researchers Network
Human Rights in History (2015)
The French Revolution and Napoléon (2014)