Conference: Voices - Postponed
Event Postponed: We are sorry to announce that this event has been postponed. We apologise for any inconvenience and disappointment this may cause but the University has decided to postpone a number of events and conferences. We are closely monitoring the situation around the pandemic of Coronavirus (Covid-19), and the welfare of students, staff, visitors and the local community is our absolute priority during this difficult time.
2nd - 3rd June 2020
Research Centre Wales aims to bring together researchers working on all aspects of Wales in both Welsh and English from different disciplines across the Arts and Humanities and in Language Policy at Bangor University.
The third postgraduate conference organised by Research Centre Wales will be held at Bangor University on 2–3 June 2020 and aims to showcases research being done on Wales and Welsh by postgraduates at all levels. This year’s theme is Voices.
At the start of a new decade we face significant questions regarding the nature of Welsh politics, culture and identity. Old traditions are merging with new voices and ideas, creating a narrative which reflects the diversity of what it means to be Welsh. This conference is an opportunity to consider all kinds of voices, whether bringing the past to life or discussing our present situation and future.
Call for Papers
Papers on any aspect of this theme by postgraduates from any discipline, including archaeology, history, politics, literary studies, linguistics, music, and the social sciences are welcome.
Presentations on papers should last around 20 minutes and may be delivered in English or in Welsh.
Applicants are invited to submit a 250-word abstract along with a short biographical note in Welsh or English by email to email@example.com.
The closing date for submissions is 31/03/2020.
For further information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Supported by: The Centre for Widening Access, Bangor University