Nat Cutter
Nat Cutter
Member, MEMOs

Nat Cutter is an early career historian based at the University of Melbourne, interested in British-Maghrebi relations, cross-cultural engagement, social networking, media representations, diplomacy, religion, digital humanities and piracy. Nat has published on the image of the Maghreb in British periodical news, information flows between Britain and the Maghreb, and social life and community among expatriates in Ottoman Tunis and Tripoli. In 2021, he won the Hakluyt Society Essay Prize and an ASECS-Folger Shakespeare Library Fellowship. Nat is a copy editor at MEMOs, and tweets @NatCutter.