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Jenkins, Prof. Geraint Huw locked

PhD, DLitt; FBA 2002; FLSW

Born 24 Jan. 1946; s of David Hugh Jenkins and Lilian Jenkins (née Phillips); m 1972, Ann Ffrancon; three d

Director, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, 1993–2008, Hon. Senior Fellow, 2009; Professor Emeritus, University of Wales, 2009


Ardwyn Grammar Sch., Aberystwyth; UCW, Swansea (BA 1st Cl. Hons 1967; Hon. Fellow, Univ. of Wales Swansea, 2004); UCW, Aberystwyth (PhD 1974); DLitt Wales 1994


University of Wales, Aberystwyth: Lectr in Welsh Hist., 1968–81; Sen. Lectr, 1981–88; Reader, 1988–90; Prof. of Welsh Hist., 1990–93; Head of Welsh History, 1991–93. Vis. Prof., UCLA, 2003. Member: Univ. of Wales Bd of Celtic Studies, 1985– (Chm., 1993–2007); Council and Court, Univ. of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1991–2006; Cardiganshire Historical (formerly Antiquarian) Soc. (Chm., 1998–); Council, British Acad., 2007–09; Univ. of Wales Press Bd, 2009–12. Founding FLSW 2010. Hon. Fellow: Swansea Univ., 2004; Swansea Metropolitan Univ., 2010. Editor: Ceredigion, 1985–95; Cof Cenedl, 1986–2009


Cewri’r Bêl-droed yng Nghymru, 1977; Literature, Religion and Society in Wales 1660–1730, 1978; Thomas Jones yr Almanaciwr, 1980; Hanes Cymru yn Cyfnod Modern Cynnar, 1983, rev. edn 1988 (Welsh Arts Council Prize, 1989); The Foundations of Modern Wales, 1987, rev. edn 1993; (ed jtly) Politics and Society in Wales 1840–1922, 1988; Llunio Cymru Fodern, 1989; The Making of Modern Wales, 1989; Cymru Ddoe a Heddiw, 1990; Wales Yesterday and Today, 1990; Cadw Tŷ mewn Cwmwl Tystion, 1990 (Welsh Arts Council Prize, 1991); Protestant Dissenters in Wales 1639–1689, 1992; The Illustrated History of the University of Wales, 1993; (ed jtly) Merêd: Casgliad o’i Ysgrifau, 1995; (ed) Y Gymraeg yn ei Disgleirdeb, 1997; (ed) The Welsh Language before the Industrial Revolution, 1997; (ed jtly) Cardiganshire in Modern Times, 1998; (ed) Iaith Carreg fy Aelwyd, 1998; (ed) Language and Community in the Nineteenth Century, 1998; (ed) Gwnewch Bopeth yn Gymraeg, 1999; Doc Tom: Thomas Richards, 1999; (ed) Welsh and its Social Domains 1801–1911, 2000; (ed jtly) Eu Hiaith a Gadwant?, 2000; (ed jtly) Let’s Do Our Best for the Ancient Tongue, 2000; (ed) Cymru a’r Cymry 2000, 2001; (ed jtly) From Medieval to Modern Wales, 2004; A Rattleskull Genius: the many faces of Iolo Morganwg, 2005; A Concise History of Wales, 2007; (ed jtly) The Correspondence of Iolo Morganwg, 2007; (ed jtly) Degrees of Influence, 2008; Iolo Morganwg y Gweriniaethwr, 2010; The Swans Go Up, 2011; Yr Elyrch: Dathlu’r Cant, 2012; Bard of Liberty: the political radicalism of Iolo Morganwg, 2012; Proud to be a Swan: the centenary history of Swansea City FC, 2012; (ed jtly) The Welsh Language in the Twentieth Century, 2015; Y Digymar Iolo Morganwg, 2018


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