Voice of Humanities
Two of our research students were awarded prizes at Cardiff University’s annual Voice of Humanities Conference.
Now in its ninth year, Voice of Humanities is an interdisciplinary conference for postgraduate research students in the Humanities at Cardiff University and neighbouring institutions. Voice of Humanities is organised by postgraduate researchers from Cardiff University in collaboration with the University’s Graduate College. The conference provides postgraduate research students with an opportunity to share their work with their peers working in disciplines across the humanities.
This year’s conference was held on Thursday 13 March in Cardiff University’s Hadyn Ellis Building. Following a key note address by one of the School of Welsh lecturers – Dr Juliette Wood the conference included presentations from research students working with Humanities and prizes were given for the best presentations and best posters.
Gwennan Higham, a School of Welsh student researching the Welsh language amidst ethnic minorities, was awarded one of the prizes for best presentation and Isabelle Valade, who is studying identity and Arthurian literature won the prize for best poster.