Dr Jonah Miller

Research Fellow, King's College

I am a historian of gender, local government and law enforcement in early modern Britain and its empire. I arrived at King's in 2020 as Research Fellow in the study of Prejudice, partly funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. My PhD on 'Officeholding, patriarchy and the state in England, 1660-1750' was completed at King's College London and the Institute of Historical Research.

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jm2106@cam.ac.uk
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'The Touch of the State: Stop and Search in England, c.1660-1750', History Workshop Journal 87 (2019)