The Role of Community and Voluntary Organizations in Addressing Polarisation in Local Communities
Lucy Taylor ‘Where the Welsh Are’ – the politics of Indigenous experience and Welsh reminiscence’
Presented at the conference Ailddehongli’r Wladfa Gymreig / Reinterpreting Y Wladfa / Reinterpretando Y Wladfa hosted by The Cardiff Centre for Welsh American Studies and the University of Bremen’s Department of Linguistics and Literature.
Showing true colours: the changing politics of race equality in Wales
Professor Charlotte Williams OBE, guest speaker for the CWPS 2021 Annual Lecture.
British, Romanian and Polish attitudes towards EU migrants in the UK
In this seminar Dr. Alexandra Bulat provides an overview of her recently completed doctoral work, which examines British, Romanian, and Polish attitudes to EU migrants in the UK.
Departures podcast episode 6 – A Welsh Utopia in Patagonia
Mukti Jain Campion speaks to Professor Lucy Taylor of Aberystwyth University who has studied the archives of the Welsh in Patagonia, and Gareth Jenkins who has traced a family from his own village in Montgomeryshire that was amongst the early migrants.
Reflections on Wales and Europe
Dr. Hywel Ceri Jones CMG discusses the relationship between Wales and Europe, and shares a few of his personal reflections on how this relationship has developed over the last few decades and what the future holds for Wales and the UK within Europe.
Patagonia 150- Lucy Taylor at the Eisteddfod Genedlaethol 2015
Lecture by Lucy Taylor on Welsh colonists in Patagonia delivered at the National Eisteddfod, 2015 (In Welsh).
Dynamics of Colonialism in Welsh Patagonia
Lucy Taylor discusses her research on relations between Welsh colonists in Patagonia and indigenous communities (In English).
The GLOBAL-RURAL Project
Michael Woods introduces his research on globalization and rural localities.