Hannah Hogan

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University of York
Hannah Hogan

Labouring identities and sociability in Yorkshire, 1650-1750

Since being awarded a bursary in September 2014 I have been working towards completion of the first chapter of my thesis whilst working part-time and teaching. I have also published two book reviews and successfully delivered a conference paper outlining my research to colleagues. I am currently working on a paper based on research for my second chapter which I will deliver at Lund University this September.

I am very grateful to the Economic History Society for this generous award. Having experienced significant financial difficulty in the first 18 months of my PhD, this bursary has made a huge difference.