Syd Morgan is a part-time Research Officer engaged developing inter-disciplinary networks and projects across European universities. He majors in economies of identity; other active strands include nationalisms, law, and digitisation. Previously, he was a Lecturer in Humanities at Cardiff Metropolitan University. His research papers include Questions of Political Communication in Wales (2009), Welsh State-Building or UK State-Reforming? Plaid Cymru and the Scottish Nationalist Party (2014) and The Construction of A New Nationalism: The Welsh Nationalist Party to 1946 (2016). He is also a PhD candidate researching The Relationship between Fianna Fáil and the Welsh Nationalist Party, 1925-1951. Prior to his academic career, he was a political practitioner implementing transformational projects for various public institutions. His professional memberships include the University Association for Contemporary European Studies, the Political Studies Association of Ireland, the Four Nations History Network and the Defence Research Network.