Posted on 17 January 2018
The Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies (CAWCS) research seminars are a well-established feature of the calendar for the Celtic Studies community in Aberystwyth. Speakers range from early-career scholars to eminent professors and come from institutions across the UK and beyond. Each speaker is invited to share their latest research on a wide variety of topics relating to the interests of the Centre’s staff.
The spring term series opens with a lecture on the 25th January and continues throughout February and March, alternating between Welsh and English-language seminars:
25th January 2018
Neb yn y bwlch: darllen hanes Cymru heb Saunders Lewis
Dr T. Robin Chapman (Aberystwyth University)
8th February 2018
Yamnaya, Corded Ware, Bell Beakers and the Indo-Europeanization of a Continent
Dr Volker Heyd (University of Bristol)
22nd February 2018
Cofio 1718: Cymru a’r Llyfr
Dr Eryn Mant White (Aberystwyth University)
8th March 2018
Dating the Genealogies of Medieval Wales
Dr Ben Guy (Cambridge University)
22nd March 2018
Yng nghysgod y Saesneg, adfer a chreu dwy dreftadaeth leiafrifol: y Gymraeg yn y D.U., a’r Sbaeneg yn U.D.A.
Professor Tudur Hallam (Swansea University)
Each seminar is held in the Seminar Room of the centre at 5pm. Papers will last about 50 minutes, followed by the opportunity for questions from the audience. A warm welcome is extended to all.
For more information about each seminar, or if you would like to be added to the mailing list and receive details about future seminars and conferences, please email the centre at cawcswales.ac.uk