Dawn Knight

Reader in Applied Linguistics, Cardiff University. Dr Knight is an Applied Linguist with expertise in Corpus Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, and Multimodality. Her research has contributed to developing innovative methodological frameworks and approaches that construct and analyse linguistic corpora, particularly w... Read More

Sara Elin Roberts

Independent Scholar. Dr. Roberts’ research area is medieval law of Wales. She is particularly interested in questions of gender, governance, power and identity in medieval Wales and the March. She has published widely on various aspects of medieval Wales, and her 2022 book, The Growth of Law in Medieval Wales... Read More

Andrea Tales

Director of The Centre for Innovative Ageing, Swansea University. Professor Tales brings a unique interdisciplinary perspective to the understanding of dementia. She leads several major research initiatives focused on ageing and dementia, and has mentored the next generation of academics and practitioners in this ar... Read More

Enlli Thomas

Professor in Education Research, Bangor University. Professor Thomas, one of the early and influential founders of Welsh medium teaching in Higher Education, is Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor for Welsh at Bangor University. Her main research interests and expertise include psycholinguistic approaches to the study of ... Read More

Neil Thompson

Independent writer, educator and adviser and visiting professor at the Open University, Avenue Consulting Ltd. Professor Thompson’s expertise is internationally recognised in the fields of social work, social care, sociology, education, and thanatology. He has made significant contributions to these disciplines th... Read More

Huw Walters

Retired, formerly Head of the Wales Bibliography Unit, National Library of Wales. Dr. Walters is a prominent figure in the fields of Welsh literature, history, and culture, with a particular focus on the Welsh culture in the South Wales valleys after the Industrial Revolution. He is internationally recognised for hi... Read More

Gary Beauchamp

Professor of Education, Cardiff Metropolitan University. Professor Beauchamp’s research is focused on how digital technologies are used for learning and teaching across various educational settings. He has led major national and international research projects in this domain, as well as extensive contributions to ... Read More

Sarah Hill

Associate Professor of Popular Music, University of Oxford. Professor Sarah Hill is an Associate Professor of Popular Music and Fellow of St Peter’s College, Oxford University. She has published widely on issues of popular music historiography, politics, and cultural identity, particularly in relation to the Welsh... Read More

Lisa Isherwood

Professor of Practice in Theology, University of Wales Trinity Saint David. Lisa Isherwood is a Professor of Practice in Theology at University of Wales Trinity St David and Professor Emerita of Feminist Liberation Theologies, University of Winchester. She has had a significant impact on theology, particularly in pr... Read More

Steven Smith

Professor of Political Philosophy and Social Policy, University of South Wales Read More