Hannah Greig (BA, MA, PhD) is a Research Fellow at the Centre. After studying history at the University of Bristol she completed an MA in Women’s History at Royal Holloway, University of London and then remained at Royal Holloway for her PhD. Prior to joining the Centre she held a Fellowship at the Institute of Historical Research in London. Her doctoral research focused on the beau monde and fashionable society in eighteenth-century London. She is particularly interested in eighteenth-century concepts of fashion and beauty and is now undertaking a broad comparative project, examining fashionable life in eighteenth-century America, France and England. Hannah is contributing to the Focused Studies on ‘Gender, Taste and Material Culture in Britain and North America in the Long Eighteenth Century’ and ‘Gender and the Domestic Interior in England and Wales, 1660-1830’