Research – Selected Lectures
The list below is not exhaustive, but is intended to show the scope and development of my interests.
‘Pedeir Keinc y Mabinogi: the medieval mind, the construction of the past and the mythic landscape’, Celtic Myth and Landscape, University of Wales Trinity St David, October 2012.
‘Stained Glass – the Revival of a Medieval Art’, Medievalism in Wales, Sketty Hall, Swansea, October 2012.
‘Fifteenth-Century Stained Glass in North Wales’, Guto’r Glyn and Fifteenth-century Wales, Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth, September 2012.
‘Stained Glass in Wales’, History and Heritage Seminar, Society of Glass Technology Annual Conference, University of Cambridge, September 2012.
‘The Bible in the Tradition of Stained Glass’, The Bible and Tradition, University of Wales Trinity St David, Lampeter, July 2012.
'Discovering the Visual Culture of Welsh Parish Churches in the Modern Age', ‘Parish Studies Today’ Tenth Warwick Symposium on Parish Research, Warwick, May 2012 (invited plenary speaker).
'Imaging Welsh saints in Welsh churches', XIV International Congress of Celtic Studies, Maynooth, August 2011.
'Stained glass from Welsh churches: a new online catalogue', Stained Glass in Wales one-day forum, Swansea, June 2011.
'Looking for Welsh Art in the Churches of Wales', Theorising Wales Conference, Gregynog, July 2010.
'New Light on Old Stone: Recording and Reinventing Visual Culture', Electronic Visualisation and the Arts 2010 Conference, London, July 2010.
'Stained Glass in Fishguard', Dyfed Art Society, Fishguard, June 2010.
'The Bible and the Welsh Landscape', Lampeter 41 Club, Lampeter, December 2009.
'Medieval Historicism in Biblical Art from Churches in Wales', Edward Lhuyd Conference, Aberystwyth, July 2009.
'Travels in the Visual Culture of Wales', Diverse Manners Arts Group, Newport, November 2008.
'Digital Pathways through the Imaging of the Bible in Wales' and 'Windows through time: Recording and Reinventing Biblical Visual Culture'
'On the Road: Recording Images of the Bible in Wales' (with John Morgan-Guy)
'Imaging the Bible in Wales'
'John Obadiah Westwood and the recovery of Celtic art'
'The Visual Culture of Wales: Medieval Vision CD-ROM'
'Imaging the Celtic Revival and the Ancient British Church'
'Revealing methodologies: Welsh medieval images and narrative'
'Parallel Narratives and the Visual Culture of Wales'
'Constructing Context through Multimedia'
'Interpreting Welsh Medieval Narratives'
Landscaping the Past: the creation of history