‘Welsh Women’s response to the First World War’.
National Assembly for Wales Remembrance Lecture – ‘Welsh Women’s response to the First World War’
We are delighted to announce that Hon. Research Associate, Dr. Dinah Evans, is giving the National Assembly for Wales ’Remembrance Lecture – ‘Welsh Women’s response to the First World War’ in Cardiff on Tuesday 6 November 2018.
Dinah studied at Bangor as both an undergraduate and postgraduate student, under the supervision of Professor Duncan Tanner. Dr Dinah Evans taught Modern and Contemporary History at Bangor University until 2016. Until this summer she also organised the University's History Research Seminar Series programme and remains an Honorary Research Associate of the University. She is also a member of the committee of Women's Archive Wales. Her particular field of interest is the impact of the two world wars on Wales and Welsh society. Her research into the impact of the First World War on Welsh women was published in a chapter in Creithiau in 2016 and at present she is preparing for the publication, early in 2019, of her research into the post-war reconstruction of Swansea. We are delighted that Dinah has been asked to deliver the lecture at such a prestigious event.
Publication date: 2 November 2018