Posted on June 18, 2018
Dr Emily Underwood-Lee attended the launch of ‘Storytelling: An Introduction’ at Beyond the Border Festival, in which she has a chapter ‘Blooming Flowers and Stony Stares: Negotiating Identity through Story’. It is published by the History Press.
Posted on June 7, 2018
The George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling was delighted to present the fabulous Jack Zipes, Marina Warner and Philip Pullman at Hay Festival on Saturday 2nd June 2018.
Posted on June 5, 2018
GEECS member Dr Márta Minier will be discussing Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights as part of the Cardiff BookTalk series on 11 June 2018. The event will celebrate the bicentenary of Emily Brontë with a discussion of her only – confirmed – novel: Wuthering Heights..
This event will be held in Cardiff University’s Main Building, with tea, coffee, and biscuits at 6.30pm in the Viriamu Jones Gallery (the main reception area) before the main event at 7.00pm in the Wallace Lecture Theatre (0.13). To get to the VJ Gallery, approach through the central entrance of Main Building; after the reception, guests will be guided directly to the Wallace Lecture Theatre. If you’ll be joining us only for the main event, enter through the South entrance of Main Building. The Wallace Lecture Theatre is an accessible space.
Posted on June 4, 2018
Our Research Fellow, Dr Emily Underwood-Lee is speaking at the 'Birth, The Body and Performance’ conference at Brunel University on 5th June 2018.
Posted on May 4, 2018
'The Modern Story of Orchards and Cider Making in Wales’ exhibition opens on Saturday 5th at the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea. The exhibition is one of the outputs created by Catrin James for the Heritage of Orchards and Cider Making in Wales project supported by the George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling and funded by the “Heritage Lottery Fund“https://www.hlf.org.uk/.
Posted on February 27, 2018
Our visiting Fellow and former Director, Karen Lewis, has a jointly authored chapter in Digital Storytelling: Form and Content edited by Mark Dunford and Tricia Jenkins and published by Palgrave.
Posted on February 12, 2018
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Prosiect Treftadaeth cyffrous yw Deugain Llais, Deugain Mlynedd dan arweiniad Cymorth i Ferched Cymru mewn cydweithrediad â Chanolfan Adrodd Stori George Ewart Evans ym Mhrifysgol De Cymru. Er mwyn cydnabod bod atgofion, lleisiau a bywydau menywod yn aml yn cael eu hanghofio yn ein treftadaeth genedlaethol, nod y prosiect yw cofnodi hanes Cymorth i Ferched Cymru yn ystod ein deugeinfed flwyddyn, a thrwy wneud hynny goffáu ein gwaith i ddileu trais yn erbyn menywod gyda chasgliad o hanesion llafar, straeon digidol, arddangosfa a deunydd archif gan fenywod a gwasanaethau fu’n allweddol i’n mudiad yng Nghymru.
Bydd y prosiect nid yn unig yn cyfoethogi ein dealltwriaeth o’r mudiad trais yn erbyn menywod yng Nghymru, ond bydd hefyd yn gwella gwybodaeth y gymuned am drais yn erbyn menywod a’n gwaith i’w atal. Rydym ni hefyd awyddus i annog myfyrio ar ein blaenoriaethau fel mudiad at y dyfodol, wrth i ni weithio at ein nod cyffredin o ddileu trais yn erbyn menywod.
Rydym ni’n annog unrhyw un sydd wedi gweithio i ddileu trais yn erbyn menywod yng Nghymru, neu sydd wedi bod â chysylltiad â Cymorth i Ferched Cymru ar ryw adeg yn ein hanes ac a hoffai gymryd rhan yn ein prosiect, i gysylltu.
Rydym ni’n gwahodd gwirfoddolwyr benywaidd sydd â sgiliau addas a dealltwriaeth a diddordeb ym maes trais yn erbyn menywod yng Nghymru i gefnogi’r prosiect hwn.
Byddwch chi yn derbyn hyfforddiant. Ewch i www.welshwomensaid.org.uk/joinus am ragor o wybodaeth.
Posted on January 30, 2018
On Thursday February 1, 2018, Professor Joseph Sobol will be hosting his lecture in the series of Storytelling Suppers at Kemi’s restaurant in Pontcanna at 7pm.
Posted on January 24, 2018
We are delighted to be launching our Forty Voices, Forty Years project on Thursday 25 January 2018 at The Pierhead, Cardiff.
Posted on November 30, 2017
On Saturday 2nd December our Research Fellow, Dr Emily Underwood-Lee, will be presenting at the Wales Assembly of Women AGM.
Posted on November 16, 2017
On Wednesday 22nd November Dr Emily Underwood-Lee will be conducting an onstage post-show interview with Suzy Willson and Paul Clark at the Wales Millenium Centre.
Posted on November 14, 2017
We are delighted to announce that the George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling will present a two-day symposium on the theme of ‘Storytelling for Refuge/Storytelling as Refuge’. Following on from our two most recent symposia, looking at themes of justice and place respectively, this year’s symposium explores an important cross section of these themes: storytelling as a means of creating awareness of refugee and migrant issues, as well as its ability to provide moments of refuge in the midst of chaotic events. In a world where migration and refugees are constant talking points in political and cultural spheres, story and storytelling take on crucial roles in crafting and shaping narratives around migration and refuge. But story can also act as refuge; as a sanctuary for the lost, for the wanderer, and those who seek spaces of literal or metaphorical peace.
Tagged: digital storytelling
Posted on November 9, 2017
GEECS Research Fellow Dr Emily Underwood Lee (with Lena Simic) co-edited special issue ‘On the Maternal’ in Performance Research – a Journal of the Performing Arts. The special edition includes an article by Underwood-Lee and Simic titled ‘Manifesto for Maternal Performance’.
Posted on October 5, 2017
Dr Emily Underwood-Lee is invited to speak at THE MOTHERNISTS II: WHO CARES FOR THE 21st CENTURY? international symposium in Copenhagen, 12-15 October 2017. The symposium is co-organized by Lise Haller Baggesen and Deirdre M. Donoghue and is co-hosted by Astrid Noacks Ateliers and the The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
Dr Emily Underwood-Lee and Dr Lena Simic will be sharing a performance of their ‘Manifesto for Maternal Performance 2016!’ and will be giving a presentation about their 'Performance and the Maternal’ project.
Posted on October 5, 2017
Prof. Joseph Sobol will host the EatSU Storytelling Programmreunion at the Jonesborough national storytelling festival in the US on Saturday morning.
Click here to watch the live streaming of the festival.