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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

REBELLION ANDMIRACLES ON THEWELSHMARCH: ACCOUNTS IN THE MIRACLE COLLECTION OF STTHOMAS DE CANTILUPE By Ian Luke Bass
DYDDIADAU A CHEFNDIR GRUFFYDD ROBERT, MILAN: GWYBODAETH NEWYDD [THE DATES AND BACKGROUND OF GRUFFYDD ROBERT, MILAN: NEW INFORMATION]. Gan M. Paul Bryant- Quinn
‘THE CEASELESS LABOUR OFYOUR LIFE’: OCCUPATIONS ANDWAGES IN HOLYHEAD, 1841–81. By Gareth Huws
SPORT, CLASS AND IDENTITY AT SWANSEA, 1870–1914. By Barry Rees
‘A VERYMODERN KIND OF ENGLISH LONELINESS’: JOHN REDWOOD,THE WELSH OFFICE AND DEVOLUTION. By Leon Gooberman

REVIEWS

Stephenson, Medieval Wales, c.1050-1332: Centuries of Ambiguity by Matthew Stevens
Morgan, Theologia Cambrensis: Protestant Religion and Theology in Wales,Volume I by John Gwynfor Jones
Constantine and Leask (eds), Enlightenment Travel and British Identities: Thomas Pennant’s Tours in Scotland and Wales by Prys Morgan
Jones (ed.), Welsh Correspondence of the French Revolution 1789-1802 by Marion Löffler
Lloyd- Jones and Scull (eds), Four Nations Approaches to Modern ‘British’ History by Cai Parry- Jones
Lublin, Memoir and Identity in Welsh Patagonia by Fernando Williams
Davies, Sex, Sects and Society: ‘Pain and Pleasure’: A Social History of Wales and the Welsh, 1870-1945 by Gethin Matthews
de Barra, The Coming of the Celts AD1860: Celtic Nationalism in Ireland and Wales by Tomás Irish
Parri, Cannwyll yn Olau: Stori John Puleston Jones gan D. Hugh Matthews
Eirug, The Opposition to the Great War in Wales by Hazel Kent
Matthews, Having a Go at the Kaiser: A Welsh Family at War by Robin Barlow
Llwyd, Colli’r Hogiau: Cymru a’r Rhyfel Mawr 1914-1918 gan Aled Eirug
White, The Churchyards of the Church in Wales: A Legal History by John Morgan- Guy
Francis, Stories of Solidarity by Beth Thomas
Hansell, After Coal: Stories of Survival in Appalachia and Wales by Ben Curtis

SHORT NOTICES
Price, Rhywle yn Ffrainc: Detholiad o Ddyddiadur Milwr yn y Rhyfel Mawr Hayes, Cows, Cobs and Corner Shops: The Story of London’s Welsh Dairies / Y Lôn Laeth i’r Ddinas: Hanes Llaethdai Cymry Llundain
Articles relating to the history of Wales, published mainly in 2018:
Welsh history before 1660: by R. K. Turvey
Welsh history after 1660: by Michelle Rafferty
Index
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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