Catie Gill was appointed as ‘Lecturer in Early Modern Writing’ in 2007, though she first came to Loughborough years earlier as a PhD student to work with Professor Elaine Hobby on a project about Women’s Autobiographical Writings.
Her teaching is broad-ranging as she contribute to core and to optional modules in the portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate modules. Her research focusses on religio-political writings from the period 1630-1688, and she have a particular interest in scepticism.
Employment and Experience
2007-present Lecturer in Early Modern Writing, Department of English and Drama, Loughborough University,
1997-2007 Hourly paid tutor/ lecturer (0.5, six months’ contract in 2002 covering colleague’s study leave), Department of English and Drama, Loughborough University,
2005-2006 Hourly paid lecturer, Department of English, Nottingham Trent University,
2002-2003 Hourly paid lecturer, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, University College Worcester.