Dr Georgia O'Connor shares her love of history and a pivotal moment in her life that propelled her forward.
Dr Georgia O’Connor
I wanted to be a medical doctor, but I quickly realised I had zero natural ability when it comes to science.
My favourite subject was history. Trying to understand the different events and forces that have shaped our world has always fascinated me.
In 2014 I was awarded a scholarship to study a Master of Global and Imperial History at the University of Oxford. The experience completely changed my life, socially and academically. I made lifelong friends and, after returning home to Melbourne, went on to complete a PhD in history. In fact, my positive experience of being part of a college at Oxford is partly what inspired me to apply for this role at Trinity.
During lockdown I rewatched the entire series of Frasier. Controversial, but I reckon it’s the funniest 90s sitcom, hands down J
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