It might have taken more than two years since the first draft was written, but my first published article has been published in _Peritia_, an internationally recognised journal of medieval studies! I owe thanks of course to the Laidlaw Foundation who provided the oportunity to do the research as an undergraduate that lies behind it.
However, my greatest debt is to Dr Alex Woolf who's supervision first pointed me towards these sources that have been so fruitful for me in so many ways. He has also been a wonderful sheppherd through the often disspiriting world of academic publishing, and his advice has been always been deeply helpful. He is a model for a nurturer of young scholars. Diolch yn Galon!
Geraint Morgan is originally from Pencoed outside Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr (Bridgend) in South Wales and is a MPhil candidate in Mediaeval History at Jesus College, Oxford. Prior to that, they completed their undergraduate degree in Mediaeval History at the University of St Andrews, having arrived to read Geography. Their principal interest is in understanding how medieval people perceived their environments. Whilst thier work to date has mostly focused on pre-conquest Welsh cultural and social histories, they are keen to work transnationally and collaboratively. Whilst an undergraduate at St Andrews, Geraint completed a Laidlaw Research project focusing on the role of women in High Medieval Welsh society.
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Congratulations Geraint, that's amazing!