The University of Melbourne
Nat Cutter is a PhD candidate at The University of Melbourne, researching the experiences of Restoration-era British expatriates in the Maghreb, and their influence on diplomatic, economic and cultural interactions between the regions. He is interested in social networks, news networks, inter-cultural and inter-religious dialogue, digital humanities, and piracy. Nat’s research has appeared in the Melbourne Historical Journal and Humanities, and is forthcoming in an edited collection with Amsterdam University Press and a special issue of Cultural and Social History. His first article received the 2018 Greg Dening Memorial Prize and the 2019 SHAPS Fellows’ Group History Essay Prize, and in 2019 he presented at the annual Greg Dening Memorial Lecture. Nat has been a member of ANZAMEMS since 2017, and joined the Committee as Postgraduate Representative (Australia) in 2020.