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Shankland Lectures 2021

Shankland Lectures 2021

The Shankland Lectures this year focus on the roles that women have played in the life of Bangor University and the world. Lectures include Professor Angharad Price speaking on Paradwys by Wiliam Owen Roberts (provided in Welsh with simultaneous translation), Honorary Research Associate Dr Dinah Evans on Gladys Thoday, and Professor Emerita Nancy Edwards in conversation with Dr Sue Niebrzdowski.

15 DecemberParadwys: Caethwasiaeth a Chyfalaf.

Professor Angharad Price, Professor in Welsh and Creative Writing, FLSWW, School of Arts, Culture and Language. (Lecture provided in Welsh with simultaneous translation.)

12 January: Gladys Thoday: academic, suffragist, peace campaigner and honorary botany lecturer at UCNW.

Dr Dinah Evans, Honorary Research Associate, School of History, Law and Social Sciences, Bangor and The Women's Archive Wales.

19 January: Books on My Bookshelf.

Professor Emerita Nancy Edwards FBA, FLSW, FSA in conversation with Professor Sue Niebrzydowski (School of Arts, Culture and Language) about the books that have been important in her life.

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