• Nat Cutter PhD candidate

Nat Cutter (him/he) is a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne, researching the origins, experiences and influence of British expatriates in seventeenth-century North Africa. He is interested in digital humanities, diplomacy, social networks, evangelicalism, news networks, trade, material culture, and piracy. His recent article, “Turks, Moors, Deys and Kingdoms: North African Diversity in English News before 1700”, published in the Melbourne Historical Journal, won the 2018 Greg Dening Memorial Award and the 2019 SHAPS Fellows Group Annual History Essay Prize.