Juliet Armstrong is the Politics and Current Affairs Editor for a sixth form newspaper which she co-founded, Quark, and has interviewed public personalities as well as contributing analytical articles, matching current affairs with historical precedents and context. She also writes for her own analytical blog, Tea With Shortbread, exploring modern-day sentiments and issues with reference to their historical counterparts.
Currently studying for A Levels in German, Latin, Physics and History, Juliet is organising commemorations for the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War and runs a history club for KS2 pupils, in which she has brought out aspects such as the history of espionage, mystery and leadership to younger pupils.
Why I Joined The Analogies Project
“With the progressive advent of novel technologies and alterations to societal perceptions of security, it’s ever more relevant to look back through history at the manifestations, management and implications of security to get a sense of how it can be managed in the modern-day world.”
Juliet and her father Jonathan Armstrong have collaborated on the following analogies together.
What the Elizabethans Teach Us About Cyber-Security