Nat Cutter

Historian, Writer, Teacher, Researcher, University of Melbourne, Australia

Nat Cutter is a historian and early career researcher at the University of Melbourne, completing his PhD in 2022 on British expatriates in the Ottoman Maghreb. He is a founding contributor to Medieval and Early Modern Orients, a digital project and academic network for the study of relations between medieval and early modern England and Islamic worlds. In 2021, he received the Hakluyt Society Essay Prize and an ASECS fellowship at the Folger Shakespeare Library.

Written by Nat Cutter