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Inspiration to create – new book offers fresh perspective on Mihangel Morgan’s work

Inspiration to create – new book offers fresh perspective on Mihangel Morgan’s work

Posted on 23 November 2020 by Rhys Phillips

Dr Rhiannon Marks tells us about the inspiration behind her most recent publication, a volume of creative literary criticism on the short fiction works of Mihangel Morgan. This summer, mid-lockdown, […]

Adventure in the Andes!

Adventure in the Andes!

Posted on 20 December 2019 by Rhys Phillips

This year, five undergraduate students visited Patagonia thanks to funding from the School of Welsh and Banco Santander. Here, Sara Rowlands, a Welsh and Journalism student, shares her experience of […]

The potential of polyglots

The potential of polyglots

Posted on 29 October 2019 by Rhys Phillips

PhD student Kaisa Pankakoski tells us about her research and why we should invest in multilingual children’s language skills in the UK. Globalisation, superdiversity and policies promoting minority languages have […]

Home from home – an American in Cardiff

Home from home – an American in Cardiff

Posted on 12 June 2019 by Rhys Phillips

Fulbright Scholar Emma Watkins (MA 2020) joined the School of Welsh after completing her undergraduate degree at Princeton University in the United States. It was a return to familial roots […]

How St Dwynwen wrongly became known as the Welsh Valentine…

How St Dwynwen wrongly became known as the Welsh Valentine…

Posted on 25 January 2019 by Rhys Phillips

Read Dr Dylan Foster Evans' history of Dwynwen and why we shouldn't think of her as the Welsh Valentine. This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons […]

A month in Patagonia

A month in Patagonia

Posted on 28 November 2018 by Rhys Phillips

Osian Wynn Davies reflects on his experiences in the Welsh Settlement, sponsored by the School of Welsh and Banco Santander. During the summer, I was fortunate to spend a month […]