Nathan Llywelyn Munday BA (Hons), MA

Research student, English Literature, School of English, Communication and Philosophy

I'm a SWW-DTP (AHRC) funded postgraduate researcher, specialising in Welsh writing in English and Welsh.

Research interests

Welsh writing in English, Welsh literature, Modernism, Theology and topographies

Thesis

The Sacred Reterritorialization of Welsh Modernist Verse'

My current PhD research investigates the variety of religious verse and thought in the formation of what I aim to identify as a distinctively Welsh Modernist poetic aesthetic, resulting in a template for re-evaluating religious discourse in wider Modernist criticism. This work builds on my MA dissertation which looked at the unexpected relationship between R.S. Thomas and William Williams Pantycelyn..

Funding source

South West and Wales Doctoral Training Partnership (AHRC)

Professor Katie Gramich

Deputy Head of School and Head of Subject (research leave)

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