Deborah Lea

history teacher

Based in
Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Deborah  Lea  | history teacher

Rates: £15-25

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I'm in the final months of my PhD and specialise in early modern social history. However, in the course of my career I have covered most periods and topics from the medieval to World War II. During my PhD not only have I refined my  research skills but have had both practical experience of teaching at various levels, and attended numerous workshops to refine my teaching and marking skills. Additionally I have presented my work at several international conferences and have an article which will be featured in the edited collection 'Staging Superstitions', which will be published later in 2010. I've also been published in the Herstoria magasine in October 2009. In January 2010 I started teaching in the School of History at the University of East Anglia.


Associate Tutor

From January 2010 I have been an Associate Tutor in the School of History at the University of East Anglia, lecturing and teaching on various modules

Jan 2010

Associate Tutor

For the past four years I have taught in the School of History at the University of Liverpool. My teaching experience stretches from the medieval to modern. Amongst the modules I have taught are The Atlantic World from 1400, Politics; Culture and Society in Stuart Britain, 1603-1715; Religion Politics and Society, C. 800 TO C. 1700. Consequently I am capable of teaching on a diverse range of topics. I have consistently received positive feedback from both my students and peers and references are available.

Sep 2005 - Jan 2009

Educational history


September, 2005 - February, 2010
University of Liverpool


September, 2003 - September, 2004
University of Liverpool


September, 2000 - July, 2003
University of Durham


Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.
Online teaching offered


Cancellations preferably made a minimun of 12 hours before, otherwise half the fee will be charged.

Last login: 9 years 49 weeks ago

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