Lecturer in Welsh Politics
Aberystwyth University

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Elin's research and teaching are associated with the areas of: Territorial Politics and Post-devolution UK politics; Sub-state diplomacy and Nation-building; Sub-state climate change & sustainable development policy; Civil society; Language planning and policy.

She is currently the Chair of the Aberystwyth University Branch of the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol; Member of the Department of International Politics Management Team; Director of Welsh Medium Studies, Department of International Politics; Member of Executive Committee and leader on the ‘Language, Culture and Identities’ Theme of the Centre for Welsh Politics and Society – WISERD @ Aberystwyth.


Integrative Mechanisms for Addressing Spatial Justice and Territorial Inequalities in Europe (IMAJINE)
The IMAJINE project (Integrative Mechanisms for Addressing Spatial Justice and Territorial Inequalities in Europe) is one of the largest social sciences projects to be financed as part of the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme.The five-year project aims to come up with new policy
Research Team:
Michael Woods (Aberystwyth University), Rhys Jones (Aberystwyth University), Elin Royles (Aberystwyth University), Rhys Dafydd Jones (Aberystwyth University)
Centre For Welsh Politics And Society
The Centre for Welsh Politics and Society / WISERD@Aberystwyth aims to use research on Welsh politics and society, comparative studies of Wales and other nations and regions, and analyses of Wales’s global connections, to make internationally-significant cutting-edge
Research Team:
Michael Woods (Aberystwyth University), Jesse Heley (Aberystwyth University), Laura Jones (Aberystwyth University), Marc Welsh (Aberystwyth University), Taulant Guma (University of Edinburgh), Anwen Elias (Aberystwyth University), Elin Royles (Aberystwyth University), Rhys Jones (Aberystwyth University), Anthonia Onyeahialam (Aberystwyth University), Rhys Dafydd Jones (Aberystwyth University), Dyfan Powel (Aberystwyth University), Sophie Yarker (University of Manchester)
Education, Language & Identity
Overview The project will use interviews and questionnaires to investigate the types of civic participation and conceptions of language and identity promoted within the statutory education system, and within civil society organisations working with young people, in both
Research Team:
Rhys Jones (Aberystwyth University), Elin Royles (Aberystwyth University), Lindsay Paterson (University of Edinburgh), Fiona O'Hanlon (University of Edinburgh), Kirstie Macleod (University of Edinburgh)
Civil Society Seminar
Big ideas from a small nation
6th March 2018 |
London
Due to the threat of industrial action by the University and College Union (UCU) on this date we have decided to cancel this event. An evening of debate and networking as part of Wales Week in London