|2000-5||PhD in History and Civilisation, European University Institute (EUI), Florence, Italy
Title: Les Réfugiés acadiens en France (1758-1785): l’impossible reintegration?
I was awarded a full grant (maintenance and fees) for three and a half years to complete the PhD.
|1998-9||MA in History, mention très bien (highest possible grade), Université de Franche-Comté (Besançon, France). Year spent at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Canada.|
|1997-8||B.A. in History and Geography, mention bien (highest grade awarded that year), Université de Franche-Comté. Third year of studies spent at the University of Birmingham (Erasmus grant).|
|2011-14||Georgetown University/EHESS, Marie Curie Research Fellow, Project: “An Environmental History of Haiti, 1492-2010”, under the supervision of Professors John R. McNeill and Geneviève Massard Guilbaud (funded by the EU)|
|2008-11||University of Birmingham, Department of Modern History. Post-Doctoral Research and teaching fellow, ‘Non-governmental organisations in Britain, 1945-1997’ project (principal investigators of the project: Matthew Hilton and Nick Crowson)|
|2006-7||University of Birmingham, Department of Modern History. Project archivist and teaching fellow, DANGO Project (Database of archives of Non-Governmental Organisations).|
|2004-6||Université de Lille 2 (France). Teaching and Research Fellow (Attaché d’enseignement et de recherche – ATER).|
|1999-2000||National University of Ireland, Galway, Careers Service: website researcher and developer (European ‘Eurodyssey’ placement) and Teaching and research assistant (part-time)|
|2007–8||Campaigns and Communication officer, Operation Noah, London (organisation campaigning against Climate Change) (full-time salaried job)
|2006–7||Climate Change Campaigns Coordinator, Birmingham Friends of the Earth (voluntary work)|
|2000-1||General student representative, European University Institute|
|French: native speaker
English: fully fluent
|Italian: read, understood, spoken
German: basic knowledge.