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Ahronson, K. (2010) People, tephra and palaeoenvironments in the last islands of the world. In: Geoarchaeological Theory and Method & Archaeological Interpretation Session, Canadian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Calgary, Canada..

Ahronson, K. (2010) Tephra and palaeoenvironmental change. In: Climate Change Consortium of Wales (C3W) Conference: Climate Change Research in Bangor – A Review, School of Ocean Sciences, Menai Bridge..

Ahronson, K. and Charles-Edwards, T.M. (2010) Prehistoric Annals and early medieval monasticism: Daniel Wilson, James Young Simpson and their cave sites. Antiquaries Journal, 90. pp. 455-466. DOI: 10.1017/S0003581510000028

Ahronson, K. and Onnela, J.P. (2010) Marking early Christianity – analysing medieval cross sculpture using network theory. In: IMEMS Annual Conference, Aberystwyth..


Claydon, T. (2010) The press images of Marlborough and Sacheverell and the nature of party politics in Queen Anne's reign. In: Symposium on the Sacheverell Trial, House of Commons..


Edwards, A.C. (2010) Division, discord and the development of Labour’s policy on devolution in the 1970s. In: Centre for contemporary British History, University of London, Reassessing the Seventies conference, July 2010..

Edwards, A.C. (2010) 'In a very real sense a war casualty': The (failed) attempt to save the Welsh slate industry, c.1945-c.1970. In: NAASWCH International conference on Welsh Studies, Washington, USA, July 2010..

Edwards, A.C. (2010) Labour Traditions. In: Understanding Contemporary Wales. University Wales Press, pp. 198-230. ISBN 0708323057

Edwards, A.C. (2010) The meaning and manipulation of public opinion in Wales in the 1980s: A case study of the Welsh language. In: Harvard University Celtic Colloquium, Harvard, Cambridge, USA..

Edwards, N. (2010) Edward Lhuyd – an archaeologist’s view. Welsh History Review, 25 ((1)). pp. 20-50. DOI: doi:


Hagger, M. (2010) Secular law and Custom in Ducal Normandy, c. 1000-1144. Speculum, 85 ((4)). pp. 827-867. DOI: doi:


Johns, S.M. (2010) Beauty and the Feast: the cultural constructions of female beauty and social interaction in twelfth-century Wales. In: Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium.


Karl, R. (2010) At Swim-Two-Rocks: Comments on an article by Francesco Benozzo in TEA 33. The European Archaeologist (TEA), 34. pp. 36-39.

Karl, R. (2010) The Celts from everywhere and nowhere. A re-evaluation of the origins of the Celts and the emergence of Celtic cultures. In: Celtic from the West: Alternative Perspectives from Archaeology, Genetics, Language and Literature. Oxbow Books, pp. 39-64. ISBN 184217410X

Karl, R. (2010) 'Lern was G’scheits im fremden Land, Bub!' Soziale Lernprozesse in der eisenzeitlichen Keltiké als mögliche Erklärung für weitverbreitete Selbstähnlichkeiten in der materiellen Kultur. In: Nord-Süd- und Ost-West-Fernkontakte in der Eisenzeit. Tagungen der Sektion Eisenzeit der süd- und westdeutschen Gesellschaft für Vor- und Frühgeschichte in Hamburg und Sopron 2002. Archaeolingua, pp. 87-105.

Karl, R. (2010) Macht und Ohnmacht des positivistischen Denkens. Der Positivismus in der deutschsprachigen Ur- und Frühgeschichte unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Instituts für Ur- und Frühgeschichte in Wien. Beier & Beran. ISBN 9783941171404

Karl, R. (2010) Ordnung und Chaos. In: Akten des 5. Symposiums deutschsprachiger Keltologen; Keltische Forschungen Monographienreihe A 1. Praesens Verlag, pp. 153-166. ISBN 2076-9253

Karl, R. (2010) 'Pure facts' necessarily give a false picture. EuroREA, 7. p. 59. DOI: doi:

Karl, R. (2010) Topoi in the reconstruction of late prehistoric settlements. In: Digital Pasts 2010 conference, National Museum of Wales St Fagans, Cardiff..

Karl, R. (2010) Wissenschaftstheorie als Ursache von Hierarchiebildung in der deutschsprachigen Archäologie. Archäologische Informationen, 33 (1-2). pp. 19-29.

Karl, R. and Brown, I. (2010) Caer Drewyn and its environs: Survey and desktop analyses, 2009-2010. Preliminary Report. Bangor University.

Koller, C. (2010) »Es ist zum Heulen«: Emotionshistorische Zugänge zur Kulturgeschichte des Streikens. Geschichte und Gesellschaft, 36 ((1)). pp. 66-92. DOI: doi:


Pryce, H. (2010) Foreword. In: The Impact of the Edwardian Castles in Wales. Oxbow Books, xi. ISBN 1842173804

Pryce, H. (2010) Oxford Historians of Wales. In: Cambrian Archaeological Association Spring Conference, Jesus College, Oxford..


Sedlmaier, A. (2010) Konsumkritik und politische Gewalt in der linksalternativen Szene der siebziger Jahre. In: Das alternative Milieu. Antibürgerlicher Lebensstil und linke Politik in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland und Europa 1968–1983. Wallstein Verlag, pp. 185-205. ISBN 9783835304963

Sedlmaier, A. and Pelzer, B. (2010) ‘Places of Global Shape: The World of Consumption in Divided Berlin. In: Circulation and the City: Essays on Mobility and Urban Culture. McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 214-239. ISBN 978-0773536654

Shapely, P. (2010) Identity, Community and Inner City Decline in 1970s Britain. In: Reassessing the Seventies, CCBH Summer Conference 2010..

Shapely, P. (2010) Planning, housing and participation in Britain, 1968–1976. Planning Perspectives, 26 ((1)). pp. 75-90. DOI: 10.1080/02665433.2011.527550


Waddington, K. (2010) The politics of the everyday: exploring ‘midden’ space in Late Bronze Age Wiltshire. In: Integrating Social and Environmental Archaeologies: Reconsidering Deposition. British Archaeological Reports, pp. 103-118. ISBN 978-1407306384

Waddington, K. and Karl, R. (2010) The Meillionydd Project: Characterising the double ringwork enclosures in Gwynedd. Preliminary Excavation Report. Bangor University.

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