Research seminars organised by CREW since 2001.

2007/08

Wednesday 31 October 2007

CREW
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Performance Lecture: Cerdded Adre/My Long Walk Home
Rowan O’Neill, Performance Artist
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00

Wednesday 28 November 2007

CREW
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English
'Those blue remembered hills': Welsh border writing by men.
Dr Katie Gramich (Cardiff University)
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00

Wednesday 6 February 2008

CREW
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Eighteenth-century women’s writing from Wales 
Dr Sarah Prescott (Aberystwyth University)
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00

Wednesday 20 February 2008

CREW
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Representing the Scottish and Irish Working Class in the 1980s
Dr Joseph Brooker (Birkbeck College, University of London)
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00

Wednesday 5 March 2008

CREW
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English
A Common Reader: New Welsh Review 2002 - 2008 
Dr Francesca Rhydderch (Editor, New Welsh Review)
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00

Wednesday 19 March 2008

CREW
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Savantism and Disabled Presence in Niall Griffiths' Runt  [CANCELLED]
Dr Stuart Murray (Leeds University)
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00

 

2006/07

Wednesday 9 May 2007

CREW 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Herman Melville: Autodidact of Empire 
Dr Andrew Lawson, Leeds Metropolitan 
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm 

 

2005/06

Wednesday October 26 2005

CREW 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
A Bilingual ‘Hamlet’ 
Gareth Miles, playwright 
Purnell Lecture Theatre, Grove Building, 2.00pm 

Wednesday November 9 2005

CREW 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Frederick Douglass’s ‘Welsh Friend’: the Welsh-American Press and Abolition, 1838-1865 
Dr Jerry Hunter, University of Wales Bangor 
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm 

Wednesday November 30 2005

CREW 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
The Place of Wales in the New Ecopoetry 
Dr Matt Jarvis, University of Wales Aberystwyth 
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm  

Wednesday 8 February 2006

CREW 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Kafka / Gwyneth Lewis: Towards a Minor Literature 
Dr Ian Gregson, University of Wales Bangor 
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm

Wednesday March 1 2006

CREW 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Poetry and Politics in Modern/Contemporary Welsh Writing in English 
Dr Patrick McGuinness, St Anne’s College, Oxford University 
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 3.00pm  

 

2004/05

Wednesday 24 November 2004

CREW 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
On 18th and 19th Century American Literature 
Dr Robert Lawson-Peebles, University of Exeter 
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00

 

2003/2004

Wednesday 12 November 2003

CREW 
The Romans in Britain, 1603-1614 
Professor John Kerrigan, Cambridge
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm

Wednesday 21 January 2004

CREW 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English
Welsh Writing in Welsh: some problems and contexts 
Owen Martell, novelist
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm

Wednesday 4 February 2004

CREW 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Writing Arts Profiles for The Guardian 
Nick Wroe, The Guardian
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm

Monday 9 February 2004

W.D. THOMAS MEMORIAL LECTURE 
Writing Home: Reflections of a Swansea Novelist 
Dr Stevie Davies, Director of Creative Writing, UWS
Taliesin Arts Centre, 5.30pm

Thursday 26 February 2004

CREW 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Transatlantic Literary Relations 
Professor Susan Manning, Edinburgh University
Lecture Room ‘D’, Faraday Building, 4.00pm

 

2002/03

Wednesday 20 November 2002

CREW
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Painting and Poetry 
Iwan Bala, artist
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm 

Wednesday 4 December 2002

CREW 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Patrick Kavanagh and R.S. Thomas [provisional title] 
Professor Patrick Crotty, University of Ulster
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm 

 

2001/02

Monday October 22 2001

Department of English/Centre for Research into the English Literature and Language of Wales 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English
Between and After two Referendums: Contemporary Welsh Writing in English 
Professor Jane Aaron
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 5.00pm

Wednesday November 14 2001

Department of English/Centre for Research into the English Literature and Language of Wales 
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Post-War Irish Poetry 
Professor Neil Corcoran
[Venue to be announced]

Wednesday 28 November 2001

Department of English/Centre for Research into the English Literature and Language of Wales
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
Orality, Rurality and the Construction of Memory: the ‘prior culture’in the work of George Ewart Evans 
Professor Gareth Williams
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm

Wednesday 30 January 2002

Centre for Research into the English Literature and Language of Wales
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
On the uses of "hiraeth' in Welsh Writing in English 
Dr Stephen Logan, University of Cambridge
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm 

Wednesday 20 February 2002

Centre for Research into the English Literature and Language of Wales
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
On the Subject of Place 
Professor Barbara Hardy
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm 

Wednesday 19 March 2002

Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
National Identity, Language Maintenance and Language Death
Dr Mari C Jones, University of Cambridge
Room 206, Keir Hardie Building, 5.00pm  

Friday 26 April 2002

Centre for Research into the English Literature and Language of Wales
Seminar in Welsh Writing in English 
The Question of Intellectuals in 20th Century Britain 
Presented by Professor Stefan Collini, University of Cambridge
Room 216, Keir Hardie Building, 4.00pm