Lecturer, History

Timothy Daniels received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Santa Barbara. His interests lie in examining how individuals who see themselves as outsiders, yet are inherently dependent on central governments, define themselves and work within or against existing social, economic and political structures. His dissertation, “‘The Brazen Walls of this Kingdome’: The History of the First Year of the English Parliamentary Navy, 1642-1643,” examines the opening year of the England’s civil wars from the unique perspective of the island nation’s seventeenth-century navy.

EH Course: History of Animal Use in Science