English, Humanities, College Essay, & Study Skills
Meet Emily Glassford:
University of Oxford Doctoral Candidate .
I am a current doctoral candidate in History at the University of Oxford, and I completed my B.A. in English and European History (Magna cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa) at Northwestern University in 2015 and my M.St. in British and European History (Distinction) at the University of Oxford in 2016. I have tutored students –both virtually and in person — in writing, executive functioning, test prep, and humanities subjects since 2015, and I have helped students improve their coursework and skills, gain admission to top universities, and win thousands of dollars in scholarships.
In conjunction with my detail-oriented approach to reading, writing, and editing, I guide students through strategies that help them gain confidence and think critically throughout the writing and test-taking processes as well as many forms of academic analysis. I also tailor my approach to each student’s particular needs, making sure that they feel comfortable and appropriately supported along the way.
High School Services: Written Word • College Essay Coaching • Study Skills Boost • Project Build • AP English Language and Composition • AP US, World, and European History
College Services: British, European, and US History • American and British Literature
Hourly Rate: $150
Richard Montgomery High School
Class of 2011 – IB Program
Clarinetist (first chair in senior and junior All-State Band)
Varsity Track & Field
Class of 2015
Graduated Magna cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and with History Department Honors
Awarded an Honorable Mention for my senior honors thesis, “Motives for Rebellion and Perceptions of Allegiance and Loyalty in the Lincolnshire Rising and Pilgrimage of Grace.”
University of Oxford
I earned my M.St. in British and European History (with Distinction) from the University of Oxford in 2016, for which I completed my dissertation, “The Riot at the Steelyard and the Evil May Day Riots: Political Culture and Language of Anti-Alien Disorder in Early Tudor London.” I am also a current doctoral candidate at Oxford, and my Oxford college awarded me the Crewe Graduate Award for two years of study. In addition to my formal studies, I have spent time as a member of my college’s Middle Common Room Social Team, Academic Team, and Executive Committee, and I have presented papers at both my college and multiple academic conferences.