Archive for the ‘Wales Studies’ Category

Wales Studies Network launch: 29.01.20

The launch of the Wales Studies Network in Cardiff on 29th January 2020 shows that Wales’ future as an outward-looking nation can be built on the strength of research in the growing field of Wales Studies.

Lord Dafydd Elis ... Read More

Social Anthropologies of the Welsh: Past and Present – Event Report

WISERD hosted an evening lecture and one-day symposium at Cardiff University this week. The event was organised jointly with the Royal Anthropological Institute, the Learned Society of Wales, and the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion. Social Anthropologies of the Welsh: Past and Present examined the developm... Read More

“Why Wales Studies needs to be protected and preserved”

An article by Professor M Wynn Thomas FLSW, Vice-President for the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences was featured in the Western Mail on 23 March.
The achievement of Wales Studies deserves to be celebrated not only within Wales but well beyond. The Irish long ago turned the multifaceted study of Ireland ... Read More