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  • Williams, Ioan (2007-10)
    This paper examines the background and underlying assumptions involved in a public debate between Dr Kate Roberts and Dr Thomas Parry which was conducted in the columns of the Genedl newspaper in the early nineteen thirties. ...
  • Margaret Patricia (2013-01)
    The AHRC-funded project led by Sally Mackey at the Central School of Speech and Drama, `Challenging Concepts of “Liquid“ Place through Performing Practices in Community Contexts', involves performative responses to an ...
  • Ames, Margaret Patricia (2013-01)
    The AHRC-funded project led by Sally Mackey at the Central School of Speech and Drama, ‘Challenging Concepts of “Liquid” Place through Performing Practices in Community Contexts’, involves performative responses to an ...
  • Llais 
    Ames, Margaret (Theatr Felinfach, 2006)
  • Thomas, Ned; King, Alan; Jones, E. H. G. (2001)
    Our brief was to look at the field from the pers pective of smaller languages – both regional and minority languages and the smallest state languages . The objectives of the study were: to assess both the problems created ...
  • Thomas, Ned; King, Alan; Jones, E. H. G. (2001)
    Our brief was to look at the field from the pers pective of smaller languages – both regional and minority languages and the smallest state languages . The objectives of the study were: to assess both the problems created ...
  • Jamie (Open University Press, 2005-09)
  • Medhurst, Jamie (Open University Press, 2005-09)
  • Barlow, David; O'Malley, Thomas; Mitchell, Philip (Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, 2005-06-05)
    The Media in Wales maps the history and current situation of the media in Wales in an accessible manner and contributes to current debates on the present and future role(s) of the Welsh media. It includes chapters on radio, ...
  • Barlow, David; O'Malley, Thomas; Mitchell, Philip (Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru | University of Wales Press, 2005-06-05)
    The Media in Wales maps the history and current situation of the media in Wales in an accessible manner and contributes to current debates on the present and future role(s) of the Welsh media. It includes chapters on radio, ...
  • Owen, Thomas Roger (2007)
  • Owen, Thomas Roger (Tregaron Neuadd Goffa | Tregaron Memorial Hall, 2007)
  • Ames, Margaret Patricia (2012)
    The author’s contribution is an autobiographical account that traces her relationship with her gender identity and dance training. She converses with feminist theoreticians as they provoke her to consider her relationship ...
  • Ames, Margaret Patricia (2012)
    The author’s contribution is an autobiographical account that traces her relationship with her gender identity and dance training. She converses with feminist theoreticians as they provoke her to consider her relationship ...
  • Ames, Margaret (Theatr Felinfach, 2005)
  • Anwen (Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, 2007-05-29)
    This is a study of the creative interplay between national theatre and national identity in Wales within the broader context of the social, political and cultural challenges of a European community. The book introduces and ...
  • Jones, Anwen (Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru | University of Wales Press, 2007-05-29)
    This is a study of the creative interplay between national theatre and national identity in Wales within the broader context of the social, political and cultural challenges of a European community. The book introduces and ...
  • Thomas Roger (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007)
    Cool Britannia? draws on new research to create a critical framework for approaching the drama of this period. It examines the work of established playwrights as well as the generation of young writers who emerged in the ...

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