Raphael Hallett

After attending Tregaron Comprehensive school in mid-Wales, I studied English Literature at King's College, Cambridge, specialising in Renaissance Literature, early modern theological writing and Critical Theory. These interests were sharpened during a British Academy funded MA at the University of Sussex, where I completed a thesis on Francis Bacon's work and the publications of the Royal Society.
I stayed at Sussex to complete my AHRC-funded doctorate and settled on 16th century cultures of print and epistemology as my key subjects. I taught a range of courses (from 'Creative Writing' to 'Hegel and Historiography') at Sussex before moving to the University of Leeds in 2007, to become a Teaching Fellow in Early Modern History.
At Leeds, I have become involved in key Learning & Teaching initiatives exploring Curriculum Design, Employability and the Student Experience, as well as furthering my research and teaching in Early Modern History.
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Learning Online: Searching and Researching (FutureLearn)

Jan 24th 2022
Learning Online: Searching and Researching (FutureLearn)
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Improve your online research skills and your ability to critically analyse sources of information. In this course, you’ll explore the rich and diverse range of information available to you online, how to use search tools effectively, and the ways in which you can begin to assess information that you [...]
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Learning Online: Managing Your Identity (FutureLearn)

Jan 24th 2022
Learning Online: Managing Your Identity (FutureLearn)
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Reflect on how you want to present yourself online and take positive steps towards these goals. Many of us now have an online identity running alongside our everyday lives. In this course you’ll consider your online presence; you’ll discover how what we say and do online can have major [...]
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