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Emerging Research on Contemporary Wales

 

Speakers:

Megan Farr, University of Wales Trinity St David

Paul Jones, Wrexham Glyndŵr University

Friday 18 March 2022

13:00-14:00

 

You’re warmly invited to this event organised by the Centre for Welsh Politics and Society (CWPS-WISERD)

This seminar features two papers from emerging researchers in Wales, each of which looks at a different aspect of contemporary Welsh culture. Megan Farr will explore issues around the children’s literature publishing landscape in Wales today, while Paul Jones will consider the ethics and cultural assumptions surrounding the flying of national flags during Covid-19.

Megan Farr is a PhD Researcher at the University of Wales Trinity St David, where she is studying ‘Strategic Action for Internationalisation of the Children's Publishing Sector in Wales’, funded by KESS2 and sponsored by the Books Council of Wales. Her research areas cover Welsh children's literature, comparative children's literature, translation studies and publishing studies. She is also a PR and Marketing Manager for Firefly Press.

Paul Jones is a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Wrexham Glyndŵr University. Together with exhibiting, writing and presenting at conferences, and facilitated workshops in Athens, Greece and Riga, Latvia, Paul leads in the curating of research-based gallery spaces at the Regent Street campus. His research focuses on the relationship between identity and territory, humour and art, post-conceptual art practices, and the episteme of artistic research.

 

The online webinar will be in English. There will be an opportunity for questions and answers.

Please note that the Zoom link will be emailed to you in the confirmation email and 24 hours before the event.  

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

For further information on the event, please contact car62@aber.ac.uk

This event is organised the Centre for Welsh Politics and Society (CWPS-WISERD) at Aberystwyth University. 

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Canolfan ymchwil ryngddisgyblaethol newydd ym Mhrifysgol Aberystwyth yw Canolfan Wleidyddiaeth a Chymdeithas Cymru, gyda’r nod o ddatblygu ein dealltwriaeth o wleidyddiaeth a chymdeithas gyfoes yng Nghymru yng nghyd-destun byd cydgysylltiedig, gan gefnogi a chyflawni gwaith ymchwil o safon fyd-eang yn y gwyddorau cymdeithasol, a chyfrannu at wybodaeth gyhoeddus a dadleuon a datblygiad polisi yng Nghymru.

Mae’r Ganolfan yn adeiladu ar enw da Sefydliad Gwleidyddiaeth Cymru a Sefydliad Ymchwil, Data a Methodoleg Gymdeithasol ac Economaidd Cymru (WISERD) ym Mhrifysgol Aberystwyth, ac yn dwyn ynghyd ddaearyddwyr, gwyddonwyr gwleidyddol, seicolegwyr a haneswyr o’r Athrofa Daearyddiaeth, Hanes, Gwleidyddiaeth a Seicoleg yn ogystal â gwyddonwyr cymdeithasol o adrannau cysylltiedig sy’n ymddiddori yng Nghymru.

Mae Canolfan Gwleidyddiaeth a Chymdeithas Cymru hefyd yn gweithredu fel cangen Aberystwyth o WISERD, gan ddarparu cysylltiadau â gwyddonwyr cymdeithasol ym mhrifysgolion Bangor, Caerdydd, De Cymru ac Abertawe.

 

The Centre for Welsh Politics and Society is an interdisciplinary research centre at Aberystwyth University aimed at developing our understanding of contemporary politics and society in Wales in the context of an inter-connected world, supporting and delivering world-class research in the social sciences, and contributing to public knowledge and debates and policy development in Wales.

The Centre builds on the established reputations of the Institute of Welsh Politics and the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods (WISERD) at Aberystwyth University, and brings together geographers, political scientists, economists, historians and other social science and humanities researchers with an interest in Wales.

The Centre for Welsh Politics and Society also functions as the Aberystwyth arm of WISERD, providing links with social scientists at Bangor, Cardiff, South Wales and Swansea universities.

car62@aber.ac.uk