Dr Zoe Farrell
Lecturers, Professors and College Officers,
Zoe is a Lecturer in the Faculty of History. She is a historian of Early Modern Europe, with a particular interest in the history of the working people, material culture, and cross-cultural encounters. She teaches Early Modern European history at both undergraduate and master’s level.
Zoe completed her PhD at the University of Cambridge. She also holds an MPhil in Early Modern History from the University of Cambridge and a BA in History from the University of Warwick.
Her PhD thesis explored artisans and material culture in the city of Verona in the sixteenth century, focusing on domestic consumption, cultural production, and the exchange of goods throughout northern Italy and the rest of Europe. Her current research examines immigration and cultural networks in northern Italy and the transalpine area.