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History and Welsh History: Introduction


Hello! My name is Lloyd Roderick, your Subject Librarian, and I'm here to help you find library resources that will enable you to make the most of your studies in History & Welsh History. I can help you find appropriate books and articles for your essays, revision and research.

These pages are designed to help you get the most out of our library resources.

I can help you with...

  • finding appropriate books and articles for your essays, revision and research
  • referencing and citing 
  • information skills training and in-depth subject support

Making History: an introduction to the history and practices of a discipline - Peter Lambert & Phillipp Schofield (eds.)

Peasants and historians : debating the medieval English peasantry - Phillipp Schofield

A tolerant nation? : revisiting ethnic diversity in a devolved Wales - Charlotte Williams, Neil Evans & Paul O'Leary (eds.)

Claiming the streets : processions and urban culture in South Wales, c.1830-1880 - Paul O'Leary

Unemployment, poverty and health in interwar South Wales - Steven Thompson

Seals Seals and society : medieval Wales, the Welsh Marches and their English border region - Elizabeth New, Phillipp Schofield, Susan M Johns & John McEwan (eds.)

The elect Methodists Calvinistic Methodism in England and Wales, 1735-1811 - David Ceri Jones, Boyd Stanley Schlenther & Eryn Mant White

The Welsh Bible - Eryn White

Resorts and ports : European seaside towns since 1700 - Peter Borsay & John K Walton

The image of Georgian Bath, 1700-2000 : towns, heritage, and history - Peter Borsay

Shocking bodies : life, death & electricity in Victorian England - Iwan Rhys Morus

When Physics Became King - Iwan Morus

How the past was used : historical cultures, c. 750-2000 - Peter Lambert & Björn Weiler (eds.)

Chinese in Colonial Burma A Migrant Community in A Multiethnic State - Yi Li

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Face-to-face drop-in session

I'm offering face-to-face library drop-in sessions. 

11am - 2pm, Fridays 

Level F Enquiry Desk

Hugh Owen Library

(term-time only)

Bring your questions about finding information sources for your assignments, dissertation or research. 

Alternatively you can email me your questions anytime:

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