Anna has spent much of the last 10 years researching history at Cardiff University where her undergraduate dissertation won the Longman-History Today prize. She has recently graduated with a PhD in history. Her thesis title was ‘Intimate crime in early modern England and Wales c.1660-1760'. She’s had numerous articles published in journals such as History Today and Cultural and Social History.
She has just started as a lecturer in Early Modern British history at King’s College London.