Ms Lily Chadwick
Female Ministry in the Transatlantic Quaker Community, 1650-1700.
|Female Ministry in the Transatlantic Quaker Community, 1650-1700. in the Department of History
Lily Chadwick is a historian of the early modern British Atlantic world investigating particularly the intersection of faith, gender and authority within the transatlantic community.
Lily graduated with high distinction from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities with majors in history and global studies and a minor in German. After taking a year off to work as an office manager at a local tech company, Lily completed her MA degree at Durham University with distinction and is now working with Professors Andy Wood and Adrian Green on researching her doctoral thesis.
- Peer reviewer for British Undergraduate History Review
- Peer reviewer for MEMSA Journal
- Volunteer Palaeographer on the Cosin Library project
- DUSVO Tutor
- Phi Beta Kappa Society - 2017 inductee