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Roseanna Webster

Roseanna Webster

PhD Candidate


Biography:

I completed my BA and MA in history at the University of Manchester. After graduating in 2013, I moved to Spain and taught English for three years. I began my PhD at King's in 2016, under the supervision of Lucy Delap and Pedro Ramos Pinto and funded by the Vice-Chancellor's Award. 

Research Interests

My research focuses on the Spanish women’s movement, 1960-1985. It examines the part played by female grassroots groups in affecting changes at a local and national level, and in spreading, adapting or contesting transnational feminist ideas.

Teaching

Part I, Paper 18 - 'European History since 1890'