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Boston University
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Royal history, monarchy, British monarchy, 19th, 20th, and 21st c British history, British Catholic Social History, 19th & 20th century Im/migration (especially Southern New England), Micro-Genealogy, Atlantic World, LGBTQ+ Catholic history, London
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About Me

I’m currently based in Massachusetts, although I’m a British/US citizen with expertise in the larger Atlantic world including Maritime Canada and Ireland. Happy to speak on Im/migration history, genealogy, Catholicism, LGBTQ+ British Catholics, and London from the 19th c onwards.

Outside of teaching, I have worked in Public history, most recently in the Royal Household at Buckingham Palace and Marble House/The Breakers for the Preservation Society of Newport County.

Recent Publications

After Working in the Royal Household, Historian Kathryn Lamontagne Has Insights on King Charles’ Coronation and Prince Harry’s Tell-All

“POV: The Queen’s Jubilee is Cause for Celebration,” BU Today, June 3, 2022.

“‘Our Three Selves:’ Radclyffe Hall and Mabel Batten’s Lived Catholicism,” Ecclesial Practices: Journal of Ecclesiology and Ethnography Vol. 9 (4 July 2022), 69–85.

“The Manchester of America: Transmission of Northern Labor Unionism to Fall River, Massachusetts, 1880-1911” In English Ethnicity and Culture in North America by David Gleeson funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council, United Kingdom (University of South Carolina Press: 2017).

“The Dynamic Classroom: Using ‘Reacting to the Past’ in Active Interdisciplinary Courses” Impact: The Journal of the Center for Interdisciplinary Teaching & Learning (Boston University, Summer 2020).

Media Coverage
Country Focus
Britain, England
Expertise by Geography
Atlantic, British Isles, England, Ireland, United Kingdom, United States, Western Europe
Expertise by Chronology
19th century, Modern, 20th century, 21st century
Expertise by Topic
Gender, Local & Regional, Material Culture, Migration & Immigration, Museums, Public History, Religion, Sexuality, Women