Sarah Ward Clavier is a historian who specialises in early modern British history. She is a Senior Lecturer in History at UWE, and a New Fellow of the DCRC. She is interested in a wide range of topics, including early media history and questions of fake news; state formation, intelligence, and the seventeenth-century Post Office; and conservative royalist and Anglican cultures in the early modern period. She enjoys public engagement and collaboration, including a recent National Heritage Lottery Funded project in Brecon, Powys, and current work with the National Trust. Sarah’s book Royalism, Religion, and Revolution: Wales, 1640-88 was published by Boydell & Brewer in August 2021, and has featured on the BBC’s Long View, on various podcasts, and has published for the National Trust’s Trusted Source site and in Catholic Herald.