Jackie Collier – Bath Spa University

Personal statement

Dr Collier holds a PhD from Bath Spa University. Her primary research interests lie in the social political and cultural  history of the long eighteenth century with a specific interest in the field of gender history, particularly the experience and position of single, never married women.

As editor of the Bath History journal research interests also include urban history, particularly Bath, consumer culture and the use of digital media as resources for historical research and teaching.

Academic qualifications

  • PhD Bath Spa University
  • MA (Distinction) Bath Spa University
  • BA (Hons) Bath Spa University.


Professional memberships

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).

Other external roles

  • Editor Bath History journal.

Teaching specialism

  • Social,political and cultural history of the long eighteenth century.

Subjects taught at BSU

  • The Georgians: People, Places and Arenas of Power in early Modern England c.1714-1830
  • ‘These Vile Odious Politicks’: The Political Worlds of Eighteenth-Century Britain
  • Leisure, Pleasure and Consumption in Britain, 1750-1950
  • People in a Landscape: Town and Country in Early Modern England.

Research supervision

Jackie Collier welcomes PhD applications relating to the social and cultural history of Britain in the eighteenth century, particularly women and single women.

Research and academic outputs

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