News & Events
Dr Rhiannon Marks, a lecturer in the School of Welsh, has just published a monograph entitled, ‘Pe gallwn mi luniwn lythyr’: golwg ar waith Menna Elfyn.
Dr Siwan M. Rosser, a lecturer in the School of Welsh, has been working with S4C to create a special programme celebrating the 100th anniversary of the novel Teulu Bach Nantoer (The Little Family of Nantoer) by Moelona.
The creative writing talents of former School of Welsh students culminated in two prestigious prizes at the National Eisteddfod this year...
Rhun ap Iorwerth, a former student at the School of Welsh, has won the Anglesey seat in the Assembly by-election.
The School of Welsh invites applications for a PhD scholarship on the Irish Language (Language Planning/Sociolinguistics).
The School of Welsh at Cardiff University is pleased to invite applications from individuals who are interested in studying for the Welsh-medium doctorate above.
The School of Welsh is pleased to invite applications for MA Scholarships funded by Cardiff University. The scholarships will be awarded in the form of a £3,000 tuition fee discount.
Congratulations to Dr Angharad Naylor, a lecturer responsible for the second language cohort in the School of Welsh, who has been shortlisted for the Enriching Student Life Awards as ‘Most helpful member of staff’.
It has been a successful Spring for School of Welsh PhD (Creative Writing) student Ceri Elen Morris whose creative work is acknowledged across Britain and has recently culminated in three great achievements.
The School of Welsh has won a commission of £23,000 from the Welsh Government to conduct a review with Sbectrwm Cyf of the work of the Mentrau Iaith, the Language Action Plan and the Amman Valley Welsh Language Project.
The School of Welsh invites applications for International Fund Scholarships funded by Cardiff University.
Congratulations to Heledd Lewis, one of the School’s students, who has won the crown at the Inter-collegiate Eisteddfod this year.
Awen Schiavone, one of our MPhil students, won the prize for best poster and presentation at this year’s Voice of Humanities Conference.
School of Welsh, Cardiff University’s Contribution
3 December 2013: In Cardiff
Research Seminar, 5.15pm, Room 1.69
14 December 2013: In Cardiff
'The Welsh carol, "Carol y Blwch", and its author, J. R. Jones ("Alltud Glyn Maelor")'
Talk in the coffee morning for Welsh learners at the Welsh Evangelical Church, Harriet Street, Cathays, Cardiff, at 11.00am.
8 April 2014: In Cardiff
Dr Bleddyn Owen Huws, Aberystwyth University
G J Williams Memorial Lecture, John Percival Building, Cardiff University, 5.30pm
Title to be confirmed
13 May 2014: In Cardiff
Dr Cynfael Lake, Prifysgol Abertawe
Islwyn Memorial Lecture
5:30pm. John Percival Building