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Dr Jennifer Aston

Senior Lecturer

Department: Humanities

After being awarded her ESRC 1+3 funded PhD by the University of Birmingham in 2012, Jennifer held the EHS Eileen Power Research Fellowship at the Institute of Historical Research where she used Board of Trade records to research Victorian and Edwardian bankruptcy. She then spent three years at Oxford as a Research Associate on Professor Laurence Brockliss’ ESRC funded ‘Victorian Professions’ project before moving to the University of Hull to work with the Gender, Place and Memory Research Cluster. Jennifer arrived at Northumbria University in 2017 and is beginning a new research project examining divorce and domestic violence in England and Wales, c.1857-1923.

Jennifer Aston

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Northumbria University
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Newcastle upon Tyne


History PhD October 12 2012

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