Oskar Cox-Jensen

Research Fellow: Music in London 1800-1851

King's College London

Oskar Cox-Jensen is a cultural historian specialising in popular song, particularly around 1800. Oskar read Modern History at Christ Church, Oxford, where he completed his BA, MSt, and DPhil on ‘Napoleon and British Popular Song, 1797-1822’ (2013). His supervisors were Mark Philp and Kathryn Gleadle. He has taught undergraduate courses to both Oxford and visiting students on numerous subjects, including 18th century British history, the Enlightenment, the French Revolution, and European mythology and folklore. His book, Napoleon and British Song, 1797-1822, was published by Palgrave in 2015.