Print ISSN: 0043-2431 Online ISSN: 0083-792X
Published by the University of Wales Press since its inception in 1960, The Welsh History Review has established itself as the most authoritative journal in its field. This twice-yearly journal is committed to publishing a wide variety of scholarly research on Welsh history, from medieval to modern. The internationally renowned editorial board includes scholars from universities in Wales, England and the United States, whose breadth of knowledge is representative of the journal and its content, which is typically a diverse range of cultural, social, political and economic history.
THE BOOKS AND BEQUESTS OF A FIFTEENTH- CENTURY SEVERNSIDE MERCHANT. By Ralph A. Griffiths
THE MATERIALITY OF AN ARCHIVE ON THE EARLY TUDOR WELSH MARCHES. By Audrey M. Thorstad
OFFICEHOLDING AND LOCAL POLITICS IN EARLY MODERN WALES: A STUDY OF THE SALESBURYS OF RHUG AND BACHYMBYD, c.1536–1621. By Sadie Jarrett
POLICING WITHOUT PROBITY: THE DISCREDITABLE SERVICE OF SUPERINTENDENT JOHN ROBINSON AT HAVERFORDWEST, 1851–61. By Simon Hancock
Lloyd- Morgan and Poppe (eds), Arthur in the Celtic Languages: by Juliette Wood
Stevens, The Economy of Medieval Wales 1067–1536: by Catherine Casson
Patterson, The Earl, the Kings and the Chronicler: Robert Earl of Gloucester and the Reigns of Henry I and Stephen: by Daniel Power
Stacey, Law and the Imagination in Medieval Wales: by Christine James
Parry, Y Gyfraith yn ein Llên: gan Sara Elin Roberts
Grove- White, A Prism for his Times: Late- Tudor Anglesey & Hugh Hughes of Plas Coch: by Madeleine Gray
Redknap, Rees and Eberg (eds), Wales and the Sea: 10,000 Years of Welsh Maritime History: by Gwyn Campbell
Miskell (ed.), New Perspectives on Welsh Industrial History: by Chris Williams
Johnes, Wales: England’s Colony?: by Cai Parry- Jones
Notes for Contributors of Articles and Reviews
Professor Huw Pryce, Bangor University
Professor Paul O’Leary, Aberystwyth University
Reviews Editor: Dr Gethin Matthews, Swansea University
Matthew Cragoe, University of Lincoln
Fiona Edmonds, Lancaster University
John S. Ellis, University of Michigan-Flint
Ralph A. Griffiths, Swansea University
Karen Jankulak, Felinfach, Lampeter
Geraint H. Jenkins, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, Aberystwyth
Angela V. John, Swansea University
Aled Gruffydd Jones, Aberystwyth
Bill Jones, Cardiff University
Louise Miskell, Swansea University
Kenneth O. Morgan, The Queen’s College, Oxford
Robin Chapman Stacey, University of Washington, Seattle
Chris Williams, University College Cork
Gareth Williams, University of South Wales
Authors of articles should submit an electronic version (preferably as an e-mail attachment). Articles should be no longer than 10,000 words and follow the guidelines on style set out in the Notes for Contributors (printed at the back of WHR 26 (4), and also available from the Editors).
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