Dr Rees completed her BA, MA and PhD in History at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. A Lecturer in Modern History at the School of History, Philosophy and Social Sciences, her teaching focusses on nineteenth century British history. She completed her Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education at Bangor University, and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Her research interests centre on eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Wales, in particular the landed elite and their country estates. She has published on paternalism and rural protest, the Rebecca Riots, and Welsh sojourners in India. Dr Rees is the School’s Director of Teaching and Learning and a Teaching and Learning Development Leader for CELT (Centre for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching).
You can follow Dr Rees on Twitter @LowriAnnRees
Areas of teaching
Dr Rees’ teaching concentrates on the history of Britain during the nineteenth century.
- HXW1010 Wales Since 1789: Hope or Heartbreak? (contributor)
- HTH2160/3160 The Age of Reform: Britain 1770-1835
- HTH2149/3149 Britannia Rule the Waves: the British Empire and the World, 1780–1914
- HGH2135/3135 Victorian Britain, 1837-1901
- HSH3138 The British Country House since 1750: Decadence and Deference
- HWH2070/3070 HWH2071/3071 Work placement module (contributor)
- Dissertation supervision
- HPH4021 An Open Elite? Nineteenth-Century England and Wales
- HPH4025 Disseminating Research
- HPH4005 Themes and Issues (contributor)
- MA dissertation supervision