Dr Lloyd Bowen

Dr Lloyd Bowen

Senior Lecturer in Early Modern and Welsh History

School of History, Archaeology and Religion

+44 (0)29 2087 6284
4.39, John Percival Building
Media commentator

Research projects

  • The Political Culture of Popular Royalism, c.1637-1662
  • Gentry Culture and Contest on the Anglo-Welsh Border

Education and qualifications

BA Exeter; MA, PhD Cardiff.

Career overview

2000-2002 Research Officer, History of Parliament Trust

2002-present Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Early Modern and Welsh History, Cardiff University

Honours and awards

  • 1,500m swimming badge

Professional memberships

Fellow, Royal Historical Society

Member, Steering Board, History Research Wales

Part one undergraduate

  • Early Modern England and Wales - 20 credits (HS1106)
  • History in Practice (HS1107)

Part two undergraduate

  • The British Civil Wars and Revolution, c.1638-49 - 30 credits (HS1742) Year 2
  • Cultures of Power: The Gentry of Tudor and Stuart England (HS1827) Year 3

I also teach Masters modules on Early Modern Wales.

I am happy to supervise suitably qualified research students in relevant aspects of early modern British and Welsh political, cultural, religious and social history.