I gained my BA, MSt and DPhil at the University of Oxford, Lincoln College, before taking up a Title A Research Fellowship at Trinity College, Cambridge University in October 2017. In 2019 I returned to Oxford, where I am currently Associate Professor of Early Modern Christianities and Tutorial Fellow at Keble College.
History of Christianity
Religious, cultural and intellectual history of Western Europe (particularly England and Amsterdam) and North America from the Reformation to the early eighteenth century; especially the history of biblical scholarship, translation, and exegesis; Jewish-Christian relations, including the history of Hebrew scholarship in the Christian world; confessional identity and theological controversy; the relationship between ‘elite’ (neo-Latin) and ‘popular’ (vernacular) forms of religion and piety in the early modern period.
Hugh Broughton and the King James Bible, Revisited
The Biblical Genealogies of the King James Bible (1611): Their Purpose, Sources and Significance.
The Library: the transactions of the Bibliographical Society
Translating the ‘Hebraeo-Hellenic Apostles’: Hugh Broughton and the Scholarly Context of the English New Testament