Dr Lloyd Bowen
Co-Investigator at University of Cardiff
Lloyd is Reader in Early Modern History at Cardiff University.
His research has focused particularly on early modern Wales, gentry culture in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and the nature of Civil War royalism.
He has published two books, The Politics of the Principality: Wales, c.1603-42 (Cardiff, 2007) and Family and Society in Early Stuart Glamorgan (Cardiff, 2007), and numerous chapters and articles. These publications have considered topics including royalist sedition during the Interregnum, the image of Oxford in the parliamentarian press during the First Civil War, and the circulation of news and information in seventeenth-century Wales.
He is currently writing a monograph about a Jacobean duel and worrying about the fitness of Welsh rugby players.