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The Welsh History Review

Language: English and Welsh

Published Twice yearly

Print ISSN: 0043-2431 Online ISSN: 0083-792X

About the Journal

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.

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CONTENTS

A RUPTURE, SUDDEN AND UNACCOUNTABLE? KING JOHN’S WELSH INCURSION OF 1209 RECONSIDERED – By Craig Owen Jones
THE COLUMBINUS PROPHECY: EVIDENCE FROM LATEMEDIEVAL WALES – By Alexander Falileyev
THE HIRLAS HORN OF HENRY TUDOR – WHICH ONE? – David T. R. Lewis
ABSENCE OF EVIDENCE OR EVIDENCE OF ABSENCE? WELSH EXTRACURIAL DISPUTE SETTLEMENT REVISITED – Richard W. Ireland
THE SCHOOLMEALS SERVICE IN WALES, c.1906–1944 – Russell Grigg
OBITUARY: JOHN GWYNN WILLIAMS (1924–2017) – Nia M. W. Powell
OBITUARY: ANTONY DAVID (‘TONY’) CARR (1938–2019) – Huw Pryce

REVIEWS

Sims- Williams (ed.), Sir John Rhyˆs Studies, Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies: by Nancy Edwards
Daniel, Llythyr Gildas a Dinistr Prydain: gan Rebecca Thomas
Biebrach., Church Monuments in South Wales, c.1200–1547: by Hannah Thomas
Bollard and Griffiths, Cymru Dafydd ap Gwilym/Dafydd ap Gwilym’s Wales: by A. Cynfael Lake
Howell (ed.), The Pembrokeshire County History, Volume 4: An Historical Atlas of Pembrokeshire: by Gerald Morgan
Childs, The Parish of Llangyfelach: Landed Estates, Farms and Families: by Nia Watkin Powell
Matthews, Genefa, Paris a Dinbych, ac Ysgrifau Eraill: Golwg ar Rai o W?r Llên Sir Ddinbych: gan Prys Morgan
Gruffydd, Y Gair a’r Ysbryd: Ysgrifau ar Biwritaniaeth a Methodistiaeth: gan Eryn M. White
Davies, To Stand by the Sickbed: Towards a History of Medical Practice in Swansea: by Peter Dickson
Leeworthy, Labour Country: Political Radicalism and Social Democracy in South Wales, 1831–1985: by Gethin Matthews
Wright, Wales and Socialism: Political Culture and National Identity before the Great War: by John S. Ellis
Hutchings and Frame (eds), Charley’s War: The Diary of Charles Parkinson Heare, 2nd Battalion, the Monmouthshire Regiment, 1914–1919: by Robin Barlow
Wakelin, Refuge and Renewal: Migration and British Art: by Neil Evans
Baylis, Wales and the Bomb: The Role of Welsh Scientists and Engineers in the British Nuclear Programme: by Jonathan Hogg
Leeworthy, A Little Gay History of Wales: by Sam Blaxland
Murphy, Paul Murphy: Peacemaker: by Hywel Francis

Notes for Contributors of Articles and Reviews

Editor(s)

Professor Huw Pryce, Bangor University

Professor Paul O’Leary, Aberystwyth University

g.h.matthews@swansea.ac.uk

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

Submissions

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).

Proposed contributions on Welsh history pre-1700 should be sent to Professor Huw Pryce, School of History, Welsh History and Archaeology, Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG. Email: his015@bangor.ac.uk

Proposed contributions on Welsh history post-1700 should be sent to Dr Paul O’Leary,  Department of History and Welsh History, Aberystwyth University, Hugh Owen  Building, Penglais, Aberystwyth, SY23 3DY. Email: ppo@aber.ac.uk

Reviews

Please send electronic and hard copies of reviews to Dr Gethin Matthews, Department of History and Classics, Swansea University, Singleton Park, Swansea SA2 8PP. Email: g.h.matthews@swansea.ac.uk. Books for review should also be sent to Dr Matthews, at the address above.

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