Dr Joan Redmond
Teaching Fellow in Early Modern History
Address Department of History
King's College London
C9, East Wing
London WC2R 2LS
Research interests and PhD supervision
I joined the Department in 2016 as a Teaching Fellow in Early Modern History.
I completed my PhD at Cambridge, focusing on religious violence in Ireland between 1641 and 1660. Before coming to Cambridge I completed my undergraduate studies at Trinity College Dublin.
I was previously Scouloudi Fellow at the Institute of Historical Research, and held an AHRC International Placement Fellowship at the Huntington Library in California, USA.
- Early Modern Britain and Ireland
- Early Modern Religious, Social and Political History
- History of Violence and Rebellion
- Joan Redmond, ‘Memories of Violence and New English Identities in Early Modern Ireland’, Historical Research (2016)
- Joan Redmond, ‘Religious Violence and the 1641 Rebellion: Divided Communities in Seventeenth-Century Cavan’ in Undergraduate Journal of Ireland and Northern Ireland, Vol. 3 (2011)
I am involved a teaching a range of early modern British history, including popular politics and protest, and the history of crime.