Suzanne Trill

Senior Lecturer

Background

Suzanne Trill studied English Literature at the University of Southampton, before pursuing her PhD in Renaissance Women’s Writing at University of Liverpool. While a post-graduate, she taught part-time at the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moore’s University and (as it was then) Chester College. In 1992, she was appointed Lecturer at the Queen’s University of Belfast before moving to the University of Edinburgh in 1997. Since then she has published widely on early modern women’s writing, helped in part by being the recipient of research awards from the AHRC and the Leverhulme Trust. In 2006 she became Senior Lecturer and for the Fall semester of 2007 she was Lynn Wood Neag Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Connecticut (New England, USA). From 2009-12, Suzanne was Director of Undergraduate Studies for School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures (LLC) as well as being Vice-President, then President of the University of Edinburgh’s branch of UCU (University and Colleges Union) from September 2009 until the end of August 2013. After returning to a Union role in 2016, this time as Secretary to the branch, and helping to organise the Pensions strike in 2018, Suzanne stepped down from her branch position to focus on research. Her new edition of Anne, Lady Halkett: Selected Life Writings will appear shortly in the Other Voice series.

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