The Centre for Gender Studies in Wales
invites you to:
THE URSULA MASSON MEMORIAL LECTURE 2014
Professor Katie Gramich, University of Cardiff
'The Soldier's Return: Welsh Women Writing the First World War'
Thursday 6th March (for International Women’s Day) at 6.00-8.00pm, Ty Crawshay, Treforest Campus, University of South Wales
(Wine reception in A30 and the university museum's art gallery space, Oriel y Bont, from 6pm, lecture in Moot Court, A13, from 7pm)
Katie Gramich is Professor of English Literature at Cardiff University. She is the author of Twentieth-Century Women's Writing in Wales: Land, Gender and Belonging (UWP, 2007), and Kate Roberts (Writers of Wales series, UWP, 2011), and the editor of Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English (Parthian, 2010), as well as numerous articles on Welsh women's writing in English.
The Ursula Masson Memorial Lecture is held each year on or close to March 8, International Women’s Day, in memory of Dr Ursula Masson (1945-2008), the much loved and highly esteemed Lecturer in History at the University of Glamorgan. Ursula was instrumental in founding Archif Menywod Cymru/Welsh Women’s Archive and its Roadshows. For more information about the lecture series, and the Centre for Gender Studies in Wales please visit our website: http://genderstudies.research.glam.ac.uk/memorial-lecture/
The Ursula Masson Memorial Lecture series is organised with the support of Archif Menywod Cymru/Women’s Archive of Wales and NewLaw Solicitors.
This lecture is free and open to all, but tickets are limited. Please RSVP to reserve your ticket: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
We look forward to seeing you there,
Professor Diana Wallace and Dr Ruth Gaffney Rhys
Co-Directors, The Centre for Gender Studies in Wales
University of South Wales
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For information on how to find us please see: http://www.southwales.ac.uk/visiting/treforest-campus/
Currently showing at Oriel y Bont:
'In Our Own Image? - A Century of Imaging of and in South Wales: 1910-2013'
Identity is celebrated and considered via the imaging of society, place, memory and imagination. This collaborative exhibition marks the centenary of the University of Glamorgan and its rebirth as the University of South Wales following the merger with the University of Wales Newport. It is to be accompanied by a new publication which adds to the history of the visual culture of modern and contemporary Wales.
18 November 2013 to 14 March 2014
Oriel y Bont
University of South Wales, Pontypridd CF37 1DL Mon to Thurs 8.30am to 5.30pm. Fri 8.30am to 5pm. Free tel 01443 480480 / www.southwales.ac.uk<http://www.southwales.ac.uk>