Ph.D., Queen's Univ. Belfast (2007)
M.A., Queen's Univ. Belfast (2004)
B.S., Georgetown Univ. (2003)
Jennifer Regan-Lefebvre is a historian of modern Britain, Ireland and the British Empire. She holds a PhD from Queen’s University Belfast and has taught at the University of Exeter, the American University of Paris and the University of Cambridge, where she was a fellow, the Director of Studies in History and the Assistant Tutor at King’s College. Her published research has focused on the Irish in the British Empire, particularly on connections between nationalists in Ireland and India in the late nineteenth century. She is currently working on a major research project entitled 'London: World Capital of Wine,' which examines the history of the London wine trade, c.1800-2000. Dr Regan-Lefebvre’s teaching takes a world history approach to British and Irish history: she encourages students to consider how events in Britain and Ireland could, and did, have global impact or inspiration. She particularly enjoys seminar teaching and working with students to improve their writing.