If you were one of my students this year, you'll have been exposed to the delights of Welsh literature written in English: Lewis Jones, Gwyn Thomas, R. S. Thomas and others. So, desperate to explore this world further, you'll all be applying for an AHRC-funded PhD in the field at Bangor University, won't you?
It's a top quality university, and your options are: bilingualism, cognitive linguistics, Arthurian literature (one of my hobbies) and Welsh Writing in English, though other proposals are welcome. And at £13,950 per year, the scholarship is a lot better than the £6000 I survived on.
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