Freyja Cox Jensen is Lecturer in Early Modern History at the University of Exeter.  She has published on various aspects of sixteenth and seventeenth century intellectual, social, and cultural history, and is now working on several projects engaging with reading, writing, publishing, and performance in the period.  She read Ancient and Modern History at Christ Church, Oxford, from 2002-2005, before going on to complete an MSt and DPhil there.  After a year spent as a Stipendiary Lecturer at Merton College, Oxford, she returned to Christ Church in 2010 to take up a Junior Research Fellowship, before commencing her post at Exeter in 2012.

  • Speaker Freyja Cox Jensen
  • Talk title Community, Poverty and The Tragedy of Merry: Why the Past Matters
  • Category 2014 speaker
  • Date May 9th, 2014