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Profiadau Pandemig: Ffliw Sbaen 1918 a Coronafeirws 2020 (Welsh Medium Event)

16 November, 2020, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a Welsh medium online event.

In this Welsh-medium interactive online workshop on the Spanish flu and Coronavirus, learn about new approaches in healthcare, politics and rights. Discover how pandemics impact upon society and culture and help create a Welsh-language ‘post-pandemic manifesto’. With Swansea University’s Dr Angharad Puw Davies, Clinical Associate Professor in Microbiology and an expert on infectious diseases, and Dr Gethin Matthews, an expert on 20th century social history.

Recommended for Welsh speakers interested in history, literature, politics, health and wellbeing, and equality.

Led by Dr Angharad Puw Davies and Gethin Matthews.

This event is part of the hub series organised by Swansea University.

Organiser

Swansea University

In partnership with

Swansea University's Academi Hywel Teifi and School of Medicine; Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bryn Tawe, 'National Waterfront Museum

Contact email address

cultural-institute@swansea.ac.uk

Booking required?

Yes


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Details

Date:
16 November, 2020
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/profiadau-pandemig-ffliw-sbaen-1918-ar-coronafeirws-2020-tickets-121723162255

Venue

Online: National Waterfront Museum
Oystermouth Rd
Swansea, Wales SA1 3RD United Kingdom
Accessibility information
For accessibility information please contact the organiser.
Phone:
0300 111 2333
Website:
https://museum.wales/swansea/

Organiser

Swansea University

Other

Is booking required?
Yes
If your event is part of a series, please put the series title here
Being Human Festival Swansea: 'Building New Worlds'
Contact email address
cultural-institute@swansea.ac.uk
Event partners
Swansea University's Academi Hywel Teifi and School of Medicine; Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bryn Tawe, 'National Waterfront Museum
Region
Wales
City/town
Swansea
Accessibility information
For accessibility information please contact the organiser.
Image copyright information
Dublin Heritage Park and Museum and Gustavo Fring