Author: Anwen McConochie

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Special Achievement Award for Aberystwyth academic

A leading Welsh academic working on global health politics has been acknowledge for his life-time’s contribution to social science research in Wales. Professor Colin McInnes, UNESCO Professor of HIV/AIDS Education and Health Security in Africa at the Department of International Politics at Aberystwyth University, was presented with the Special Achievement […]

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Seminar Series Governance, Participation and Civil Society theme: Participation in rural civil society in later life: practices of stewardship and spaces of care, Dr Sophie Yarker, Dr Jesse Heley & Dr Laura Jones, DGES, Aberystwyth University

Seminar series Governance, Participation and Civil Society theme Wednesday 22nd November   @ 1.10 pm Steve Crichter room, International Politics Participation in rural civil society in later life: practices of stewardship and spaces of care, Dr Sophie Yarker, Dr Jesse Heley & Dr Laura Jones, DGES, Aberystwyth University  Abstract The […]

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Seminar Cyhoeddus – Public Seminar ‘Understanding Wales’

Seminar Cyhoeddus – Public Seminar ‘Understanding Wales’ Dr Leon Gooberman, Prifysgol Caerdydd / Cardiff University Seminar Elin ‘Understanding Wales’ Leon Gooberman 131117 ‘Economic change and government reaction in Wales, 1934-2006’ 12.00 Dydd Llun, 13 Tachwedd, 2017 Ystafell y Bwrdd, Y Ganolfan Delweddu, Campws Penglais, Prifysgol Aberystwyth 12.00pm, Monday 13 November […]

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Lifting the veil of kindness: ‘friendship’ and settler colonialism in Argentina’s Welsh Patagonia

The peaceable impulse of the Welsh in a global context of colonial brutality stands out as a beacon of generosity, yet even this ‘friendship’ served to reinforce, not undermine, the colonising project in Argentina and beyond, writes Lucy Taylor (Aberystwyth University). In July 2015, people in Argentina’s Chubut Province – and in Wales – […]

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Global-Rural Fieldwork

This summer some of the Global-Rural team are out and about at festivals in rural Wales. Researchers are conducting ethnographic observations and interviews with festival organisers to investigate processes of globalisation at work in and through some case-study events. They are exploring the extent to which festivals act as a […]