Owen E. Evans

In memory of Owen E Evans – New Testament scholar who lectured at Bangor University and dedicated years of labour to the task of translating the New Welsh Bible. Owen Evans’ friends will know of him as a son of Barmouth in Merionethshire, although he had spent his first five years in London. He was born... Read More

Maria Goddard

Professor of Health Economics and Director of the Centre for Health Economics, University of York Read More

Daniel Huws

Honorary Fellow, the University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies; formerly, Keeper of Manuscripts and Records, National Library of Wales Read More

Geraint H. Jenkins

Formerly: Director, the University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies; Professor and Head of Department of Welsh History, Aberystwyth University Read More

Robert M. Jones

Formerly Professor and Head of the Department of Welsh Language and Literature, Aberystwyth University By far the most prolific writer of the Welsh language in his lifetime, Robert Maynard Jones was born into a working-class, English-speaking home in Cardiff in 1929. His grandfather, a Marxist, instilled in him a... Read More

John Koch

Senior Research Fellow, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies Read More