Dr Gabriel Glickman
I studied as an undergraduate and postgraduate at Pembroke College, Cambridge, and taught subsequently at Hertford College, Oxford and the University of Warwick. I joined the faculty in 2015.
My research concentrates on politics and religion in Britain and its overseas dominions c. 1660-1750. My first book, The English Catholic Community 1688-1745: Politics, Culture and Ideology, was published in 2009, and I have continuing interests in the histories of British and Irish recusancy. I have since published a succession of articles on the ideological questions created by later Stuart foreign policy. My next book will look at how domestic political and religious divisions in Restoration England were affected by the development of an empire outside Europe.
I lecture for paper 4 and supervise for papers 4 and 9. I also teach a third-year specified subject: Overseas expansion and British identities, 1585-1714. I contribute to the teaching of the MPhil in Early Modern British History.
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