At first year undergraduate level Dr Smith teaches Kings and Confessions: Early Modern Europe 1500-1700. Her second year teaching focuses on the eighteenth century and she is module leader for a social, political and cultural history module called Power and Protest: British Society 1680-1820. Dr Smith’s third year undergraduate modules focus on either Witchcraft and Heresy or British Radicalism 1780-1815. At MA level the modules she offers include: Notions of Queenship in Elizabethan England, and Madness and Mad Doctoring in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Dr Smith currently has postgraduate students working on Medical Relief under the New Poor Law and History in the Eighteenth-Century. For the future she would particularly welcome postgraduate students with an interest in the poor law, poverty and lunacy in eighteenth and nineteenth century England.