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Elizabeth Jane Timms

Elizabeth Jane Timms

Elizabeth Jane Timms is a royal historian, freelance writer and research professional. Since 2012 she has contributed to Royalty Digest Quarterly, an academic journal about royalty. She also writes for magazines and the web. Her web work has been featured in the Jane Austen Online Magazine, the Oxonian Review, the travel and culture columns of the Prague Post and will appear in the forthcoming Faberge Research Newsletter. It has also been featured on The Royal Windsor Web Site. She has written for Regency World, the official magazine of the Jane Austen Centre in Bath, since 2013. She joined Royal Central in 2015, the web's leading independent news site on the British Royal Family, the State and the Monarchies of Europe, blogging for history, becoming History Writer and finally, Historian for the site in 2018. In 2016, she joined the magazine History of Royals as a freelance writer and has been published in the European Royal History Journal based in the USA. She conducts interviews on royalty, including most recently for BBC Radio Berkshire. She was elected a Member of The Royal Historical Society in 2017 and is a Member of the Oxford Writers' Circle and the Oxford University Poetry Society. She is an authority on the last Empress of Russia, Alexandra Feodorovna (1872-1918) and has written on and researched her life for 15 years. In 2012, she was selected by a Russian team to assist with research in their translation of the life of the Empress, published in Moscow in 2012. Her current project is a publication of the letters of Alexandra held at the British Library in London. She also writes on W. A Mozart, both for Newsletters and for the web, including the Prague Post. Her two-part essay on 'Mozart in London' was published in the Newsletter of the New York Society, Friends of Mozart in 2016. She pursues an alternative career is in heritage and has been an active Member of various UK and German heritage charities and societies such as Historic Royal Palaces and The Georgian Group.

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