The second half of the Richard Burton Centre Seminar Series on Civic Nationalisms has already began, with seminars looking at research into national movements (Luc Boeva from NISE) and history and national identity in Wales (Martin Johnes, Swansea). The programme for the remaining seminars is as follows:
10 March- Michael Kenny, Queen Mary, University of London
'Englishness Resurgent- Implications for the Two Unions?'
17 March- Huw Williams, Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol
'Un Genedl? Y Traddodiad "Sifig" Prydeinog yng Nghenedlaetholdeb Price a Mill'
(One Nation? The British "Civic" tradition in the nationalism of Richard Price and JS Mill)
31 March- Angharad Closs Stephens, Durham University
'Nationalism and the Question of Alternatives'
All seminars are held at 4pm in the Conference Room (B03) of the basement floor of the James Callaghan Building.
Croeso i bawb/All welcome.