Tudur joined the Welsh department of Swansea University in 1999 and was appointed Chair in Welsh in 2011. His specialist fields include recent literature, canon literature, literary criticism and drama.
Linda is a senior lecurer in the Welsh department. She contributes to many language improvement and oral skills modules, coordinates an intensive course for second language Level 1 students and organises work placements for students.
Elain joined Academi Hywel Teifi in 2011 as a lecturer in media. Her main areas of research are broadcasting in Wales - specifically the history of S4C and the independent television sector, the development of Welsh language programmes for children and animation in Wales.
Dr Lake graduated from Swansea University in Welsh ac has been a member of staff in the department since 1996. He is now a senior lecturer and teaches modules on Medieval Literature, 18th Century Literature and on translating and language improvement.
After graduating from the Department of Welsh, Steve worked within the Welsh for Adults field for over 30 years and joined the Department of Continuing Education in 1991 as a lecturer before transferring to Academi Hywel Teifi in 2010.
Robert Rhys is a Reader in Welsh Literature. He is also Director of the Graduate Centre for Arts and Humanities. His area of expertise is Literature of the 1800 - present and he published volumes on Waldo Williams, Daniel Owen and James Hughes.