Adam joined the University of Wolverhampton in 2017 and contributes to a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate modules in both History and War Studies. He previously taught at the universities of Edinburgh and Newcastle, as well as in secondary schools in Marlborough, Reading and Bristol.
Since joining Wolverhampton, Adam has received research funding from the Roosevelt Institute for American Studies in the Netherlands (2017) and the British Association for American Studies (2019). He has also been elected to a Vacation Visiting Research Fellowship at the Rothermere American Institute at the University of Oxford for the summer of 2019.
Adam is currently finishing work on a monograph for the University of Tennessee Press’s Legacies of War series scheduled for publication in spring 2020. His current research project explores the rise and fall of rugby in North America in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries.
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