Dr Rhiannon Marks BA MSt PhD
Lecturer and Admissions Tutor
- Welsh speaking
- +44 (0)29 2087 5594
- 1.77, John Percival Building
My main Research interests include:
*Contemporary literature (prose and poetry)
*Literary and Critical Theory
I graduated in Welsh from Abersytwyth University before following a Masters in Women's Studies from Jesus College, Oxford. I completed a PhD in Aberystwyth on Menna Elfyn's work focusing on 'epistolary criticism' and in 2013 published a volume entitled 'Pe gallwn, mi luniwn lythyr': golwg ar waith Menna Elfyn. In my free time I enjoy creative writing and won the Crown in the Urdd National Eisteddfod in 2007. Until recently I was co-editor of the magazine Tu Chwith.
*CY1744 O Destun i Draethawd (module leader)
*CY1743 Llenyddiaeth Gymraeg
*CY1745 Diwylliant y Gymraeg
CY2502 Ysgrifennu Academaidd
*CY3410 Rhyddiaith Ddiweddar (module leader)
*CY3330 Theori a Beirniadaeth Lenyddol (module leader)
*CY3200 Llenyddiaeth er 1900
*CY3900 Blas ar Ymchwil
*CY3905 Ymchwilio Estynedig
MA in Welsh and Celtic Studies
◦Professional and Academic Research
My interest in women's literature continues to grow and as a result of a Santander funded research trip to Patagonia during the Summer of 2013, I am currently researching into the the work of Patagonian poet, Irma Hughes de Jones.
I also intend to combine my interest in literary theory and contemporary literature in a study on the development of post-modern short stories in Welsh.
I would welcome applications from research students who wish to pursue the following research fields:
◦Contemporary literature (prose and poetry)
◦Literary and Critical Theory
◦Work which experiments with 'fact' and 'fiction'