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Dr Marcella Sutcliffe
  • Honorary Research Fellow
  • IOE - Social Science
  • UCL Institute of Education
After publishing her book in 2014 (Victorian Radical and Italian Democrats, Boydell & Brewer), and qualifying as a secondary school history teacher in 2016, Marcella developed an interest in writing retreats, shifting her research focus from the reading practices of Victorian adult learners (reading rooms) to marginal practices of writing in contemporary academic circles (writing rooms). She is trained as Writing Retreat Facilitator by Rowena Murray. Marcella organises and coordinates all residential programmes at Chapelgarth, North Yorkshire. She is passionate about delivering Writing Retreats focused on productivity and well-being, collaborating with academics and professional practitioners to ensure that the needs of all writers in residence (including PhD students at all levels) are met.
Research Summary
 Marcella is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Institute of Education, UCL. After being awarded her PhD at Newcastle University, Marcella worked at Cambridge University as AHRC research assistant, college supervisor and postdoctoral fellow (Clare Hall), supervising undergraduates and running a reading group for postgraduates. Her research interests span the history of education in Britain, working-class education in Victorian England, the history of the cooperative movement with its transnational connections, the value of the humanities in society and the origins of the Two Cultures Debate. She has published widely on the transantional connections between the Italian Risorgimento patriots and English supporters.
Teaching Summary
Marcella has taught European History courses at the Newcastle University and had worked as Teaching Assistant at Queen Mary's University.
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