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Phillipa Vincent-Connolly is a historian who qualified with a degree in History and Humanities with the Open University in 2011. She went on to teach History and Textiles as a secondary school teacher in 2014 across Dorset and Hampshire. Among her many interests, she has a deep and abiding love for all things historical; fashion, corsetry, archives, artefacts, and architecture. Phillipa is currently studying an MA in History with the Open University, focusing on local history 1750-1950 as a research project, which covers issues in the practice of local history within the themes of poverty, crime and policing, the family, urban history, religion, and industrialisation.
In her spare time, Phillipa is a keen Labour Party activist with an interest in disability equality and democratic socialism. She is part of the re-enactment group run by Gina Clark from Tudor Dreams Historical Costumier and she lives in Poole, Dorset, with her two children. Phillipa is enthused by the 16th- and 19th-centuries, however, her focus is her research on debates, events, and social histories to reflect on lesser-known personalities of the Tudor Court, and disability history. She has a selection of non-fiction and fiction books available to purchase and has other commissioned works in progress. Please contact Past Preservers for enquiries regarding talks and events.