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2019-present: Lecturer in Early Modern History (Full-Time-Permanent) at the New College of the Humanities at Northeastern, London, UK
3 January 2019: Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
2017-2019: Lecturer in Early Modern History (Fixed-Term) at the New College of the Humanities, London, UK.
2017: Nominated for Teaching Excellence Award, King's College London.
Some of the comments found:
"Estelle's bubbly and approachable character is so unique in a tutor at university."
"She made sure the module was personal to everyone, to inspire that passion that motivated them in the first place to study History. She honestly is an asset to not just the History department, but to King's."
"Each seminar she holds is fun, inclusive, interesting, inspiring, and above all a pleasure to attend."
"Her energy, passion, and laughter are infectious."
"All in all, she is inspiring, funny, interesting, intelligent and the best teacher I have ever had."
2016-2017: Course Lecturer and Seminar Leader on Early Modern Britain course, King's College London.
2016-2017: Associate Lecturer on Introduction to Early Modern Europe, University of Winchester.
2014-2016: Graduate Teaching Assistant on Power, Beliefs, and Culture in Early Modern Europe, King's College London
2015: Graduate Teaching Assistant on Making History, University College London.
2013: Won the Teaching of the Year Award, Queen Mary University, London.
2010-2013: French Language Assistant and Instructor, Queen Mary University, London.