North American Journal of Welsh Studies

ISSN 1554 8112      The North American Journal of Welsh Studies is published by the North American Association for the Study of Welsh History and Culture, a multidisciplinary association of scholars, teachers and individuals dedicated to advancing scholarship on Welsh studies.

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Posted: 2012-09-19
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Vol 8 (2013)

Table of Contents


Contents PDF
Paul Ward i
Editorial Editorial PDF
P Ward ii
Maurice, Son of Theodoric: Welsh Kings and the Mediterranean World AD550-650 Jenkins PDF
Philip Jenkins 1-13
Free Speech, Free Press A Byth Free Men: The Welsh Language and Politics in Wisconsin Humphries PDF
Robert Humphries 14-29
“When an American is drunk he Brags; and when a Welshman is drunk he Sings”: American Identity and the Celebration of Welshness in Wirt Sikes’s British Goblins (1880) Coward PDF
Adam N. Coward 30-49
Cronin and the Chronotope: Place, Time and Pessimistic Individualism in The Citadel Meredith PDF
Christopher Meredith 50-65
"Where Welfare Holds the Key to Prosperity"? Industrial Paternalism and Industrial Relations in the Ebbw Vale Steel Industry, 1944-1962 Penny PDF
Bleddyn Penny 66-83
The Dynamics of Devolution: An Enquiry into the Role and Significance of Wales’s Post-Devolution National Theatres Jones PDF
Anwen Jones 84-99
Sporting Events, Image, and Identities in Contemporary Wales Harris PDF
John Harris 100-112
Teaching about the Celts and the Celtic Regions of United Kingdom and Ireland Jefferson PDF
Kurt Jefferson 113-120
The Dawning / Gyda’r Wawr Thomas PDF
Gareth Thomas 121-124
Advert for Planet 2013 PDF
Planet (Wales)

Book Reviews

Book Reviews Book reviews PDF
Various Authors 125-140

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