Samuel E. P. Horewood is a Ph.D. student in History. He holds a B.A. with Honours (History/Sociology) and an M.A. (History) from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. His research focus is centred on subjecthood, political personhood and sedition in the early modern British, Dutch, and French colonial worlds. Alongside his research, he also focuses on digital scholarship and the development of digital pedagogical tools.
Current Research Interests
Revolt, Revolution, Rebellion, Subjecthood, Political Theory, Piracy, Early Modern Britain, Colonialism, State Formation, Imperialism, Corporate Politics, Digital Humanities, Digital Pedagogy, Cartography
Current Appointments & Affiliations
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