Department of History
Thesis title: The Language of War: Patriots, Patrons, and the Linguistic Features of Elizabethan Military Culture.
My research aims to examine the way in which war was written about in the burgeoning print culture of Elizabethan England. Using a wide range of printed sources throughout the period, I will explore the nature of English proto-nationalism, chivalric culture, and religious rhetoric as to uncover a shared lexicon of martial ideals. I am also interested in the way in which England was influenced by the military engagements in the Netherlands, France, and Ireland during the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries.
- PhD History, University of Sheffield, 2020 - present
- MA History, University College London, 2018-19
- BA, History, University of Sheffield, 2014-17
- The Jean Orr Scholarship Prize for History, 2018-19
- Publications and Conferences
- Michael E. Broughton, ‘"The English fury" at Mechelen, 1580’, British Journal for Military History, 7.2 (2021), pp. 166-173.
Article link: https://bjmh.gold.ac.uk/article/view/1560/1673