While at Cambridge University, I helped to teach, and organise, an undergraduate course on intelligence history, “The Secret World: the Rise of Governments and Intelligence Communities”, which at the time was persistently the most popular final-year undergraduate course offered in the Faculty of History at Cambridge. I also helped to teach undergraduate courses on British, imperial and international history and co-supervised post-graduate research for the Cambridge History Faculty and Department of International Relations.
My current research is funded by Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. My previous doctoral and post-doctoral research at Cambridge was funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council, Cambridge University’s Isaac Newton Trust, and a Research Scholarship from Trinity College, Cambridge. While training to be a barrister, I was a Queen Mother Scholar of Middle Temple.