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Blog post: Beardsley Malory

On Tuesday 26th July 2016, Dr Samantha Rayner (UCL) and I visited a place of wonder: a book storage unit. Tucked away on an industrial estate in North Wales, this enormous warehouse is home to thousands of titles belonging to Bangor University – books that, for a variety of reasons are no longer held in the main university library – whether due to changing syllabi, modernised editions replacing older ones, or shifting fashions for certain areas of study. 

Publication date: 9 August 2018

Newsletter gets a fresh look with new Editor

Publication date: 9 August 2018

Day symposium: 'Arthurian Legends in Wales and Beyond' - blog post

Building on a portfolio of long-standing international research collaboration, and sponsored by IMEMS (Institute for Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Bangor University and Aberystwyth University), the Centre for Arthurian Studies’ day symposium, ‘Chwedlau Arthur yng Nghymru a thu Hwnt / Arthurian Legends in Wales and Beyond’, took place on Thursday 28 June 2018 ...

Publication date: 16 July 2018

Prof. Raluca Radulescu elected Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales

Prof. Raluca Radulescu, the Centre's director, has recently been elected Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales in recognition of her contributions to scholarship and culture in Wales.

Publication date: 8 May 2018

Pupils take on Arthurian Quest

Pupils from Ysgol Aberconwy have been on an ‘Arthurian’ quest to investigate story-telling.

Inspired by Wales’ ‘Year of Legends’, Ymgais 2018 Quest, a project by Bangor University’s Centre for Arthurian Studies, invited a selected number of pupils aged 11-13 to develop modern digital storytelling adventures.

Publication date: 4 May 2018