Dr Elizabeth Edwards
Liz Edwards joined the Centre in January 2009 as Research Fellow on the ’Wales and the French Revolution’ project. Having gained her first degree from Trinity College, Oxford, Liz moved to the University of York, where she completed an MA and Ph.D. at the Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies.
She has recently completed editing an anthology of poetry, English-Language Poetry from Wales 1790-1806, and is beginning work on an edition of the poetry of Richard Llwyd, ‘Bard of Snowdon’. Liz’s research interests also include the Gothic, war poetry, labouring-class poetry (especially Iolo Morganwg), eighteenth-century women’s writing, and travel writing.
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