Dr. Rhianydd Hallas, Ph.D.
- T. G. Masaryk
- History of Scientific Institutions in Czechoslovakia after 1952
- 2016-2021: PhD, School of Music, Bangor University (Wales) and Faculty of Arts, Charles University (Prague): 'Two rhymed offices composed for the feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary: comparative study and critical edition'
- 2014-2015: MA in Early Music, School of Music, Bangor University (Wales)
- 2011-2014: BA in Music, School of Music, Bangor University (Wales)
- Office for the feast of the Visitation, focusing on Adam Easton and Jan z Jenštejna
- Offices for female saints
- Liturgical chants for Jan Hus
Research projects since 2010
- Investigator: The Use and Reception of Contrafact in Late Medieval Liturgical Chant, GA ČR, 2022-2024.
- Team member: Old Myths, New Fact: Czech Lands in the Centre of 15th-century Music Developments, GA ČR, EXPRO, 2019-2021.
Membership in University Bodies, Research Institutions, Scholarly Societies, and Editorial Boards
- Member of the Plainsong and Medieval Music Society (since 2015)
- Rhianydd Hallas, 'Mary and Elizabeth: Male Perspectives of Female-Coded Piety in Offices for the Visitation', in Loveridge, McAvoy, Niebrzydowski, and Price (eds.) Women's Literary Cultures in the Global Middle Ages. Speaking Internationally (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2023), 175-192.
- Rhianydd Hallas and Hana Vlhová-Wörner, Introduction, in Journal of the Alamire Foundation 15, no. 1 (Spring, 2023), 9-10.
- Rhianydd Hallas and Hana Vlhová-Wörner, Introduction, in Journal of the Alamire Foundation 14, no. 2 (Autumn, 2022), 197-198.
(Publication list at MIA CAS in ASEP: here)