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The Committee

Marion Loeffler

Committee Member

Marion Loeffler

Dr Marion Löffler gained her PhD at Humboldt University Berlin, working at the University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, as (Senior) Research Fellow until 2017. Currently a Reader in Welsh History at Cardiff University, she teaches eighteenth and nineteenth-century Welsh history, and regularly appears on radio and television. She is Assistant Editor of the Dictionary of Welsh Biography, where she tries to increase the number of entries on women and written by women. Her research focuses on the cultural, political, and religious entanglements of Wales with Europe, Empire and the world. Among her main works are The Literary and Historical Legacy of Iolo Morganwg, 1826–1926 (2007), Welsh Responses to the French Revolution: Press and Public Discourse, 1793–1802 (2012) and Political Pamphlets and Sermons from Wales, 1790–1806 (2014). Her latest publication on women is ‘Suffering “for thousands”: Glamorgan Women 1793–1815, Morgannwg. The Journal of Glamorgan History, vol. LXIV (2021), 5–24. https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/people/view/1057777-loeffler-marion