Mike Joseph interviews the scholar Mark Levene in the lead up to the Armenian Genocide centenary commemorations, who examines the dark heart of the nation-state and warns of the threat to minorities today.
As the 150th anniversary of Y Wladfa approaches, Lucy Taylor opens up new questions about the complex relationships between the Welsh and indigenous people.
In a collaborative article in our ‘Retracing Wales’ series, storyteller Peter Stevenson and scientists Erin Kavanagh and Martin Bates explore evidence from submerged settlements off the coast of Llandudno and beyond, and suggest how stories such as Planet Rhys Ddwfn could have been responses to periods of traumatic upheaval millennia ago. What can these stories tell us about how to adapt to climate change?
Mary-Ann Constantine previews the new Clive Hicks-Jenkins exhibition coming up in June at Aberystwyth Arts Centre, and locates it within an ever shape-shifting folk tradition as the Mari Lwyd returns in radical new form…
Simon Jenkins examines media sensationalism about the sex trade in Cardiff, and its racial politics from the 1919 race riots to today – and how the voices of ethnic minorities are still excluded from coverage.
Hannah Austin on POLITICSSara Rees on ART
Dylan Moore on INDEPENDENCE
Steph Power on MUSIC
Kathryn Gray reviews In Her Own Words
Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan reviews Post-War to Post-Modern: A Dictionary of Artists in Wales and much much more