Department of History

Department of History
Department of History

Andrew Sedge

Ph.D. Candidate
Early Modern British History

 

Education

BA (Honours) in History from Saint Mary's University,
MA in History from Queen's University Publications: N/A

 


About

I am currently researching the history of personal appearance in early modern England, under the supervision of Dr. Jeffrey Collins. I am interested in uncovering how the then-contentious topics of fashion, cosmetics, and the wearing of hair influenced, and were influenced by, the political upheavals of the first half of the seventeenth-century. In doing so, I would like to demonstrate how these modes of fashion came to be viewed, and leveraged, as an explicitly political issue.

 

Conferences

"The Image of the Prostitute in Commonwealth England, 1649-1660." History Across the Disciplines Conference. Dalhousie University. April 2017