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Ahronson, K. (2011) Old world prehistory and early Canadian archaeology. Canadian Journal of Archaeology, 35 ((1)). pp. 1-17. DOI: doi:


Brown, I. and Karl, R. (2011) Caer Drewyn and its Environs: Site surveys and analyses 2010-2011. Excavations at Moel Fodig hillfort. Interim Report. Bangor University.


Claydon, T. (2011) The sermon culture of the Glorious Revolution: Williamite preaching and Jacobite anti-preaching, 1685-1702. In: The Oxford Handbook of the Early Modern Sermon. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199237531

Claydon, T. and Clarke, P. (2011) Saints and sanctity. Boydell and Brewer, p. 466. ISBN 9780954680985

Claydon, T. and Corns, T.N. (2011) Introduction: living with masquerade: the recent scholarship of the 1670s in the Stuart realms. In: Religion, culture, and national community in the 1670s. University of Wales Press, pp. 1-9. ISBN 9780708324011

Claydon, T. and Corns, T.N. (2011) Living with masquerade: the recent scholarship of the 1670s in the Stuart realms. In: Religion. Culture and National Community in the 1670s . University Wales Press. ISBN 978-0708324011

Claydon, T. and Corns, T.N. (2011) Religion, culture, and national community in the 1670s. University of Wales Press. ISBN 9780708324011


Edwards, A.C. (2011) Labour’s Crisis: Plaid Cymru, the Conservatives and the challenge to Labour dominance in north-west Wales, 1960-74. University of Wales Press. ISBN 9780708324257

Edwards, A. and Tanner, D. and Carlin, P. (2011) The Conservative government and the development of Welsh language policy in the 1980s and 1990. The Historical Journal, 54 ((2)). pp. 529-551. DOI: 10.1017/S0018246X11000112

Edwards, N. (2011) Viking-age sculpture in north-west Wales: welath, power, patronage and the Christian landscape. In: Tome: Studies in Medieval Celtic history and Law in honour of Thomas Charles-Edwards. Boydell, pp. 73-87. ISBN 9781843836612

Edwards, N. and Robinson, G. and Williams, H. and Evans, D.M. (2011) The Pillar of Eliseg, Llantysilio. Incomplete inscribed cross and cairn. Archaeology in Wales, 50. pp. 57-59.


Grove-White, Robin (2011) Welsh, English or British? Hugh Hughes and late sixteenth-century Anglesey. PhD thesis, Prifysgol Bangor University.


Johns, S. (2011) Dignity of the Countess. In: Colloquium on The Earl in Medieval Britain, Jesus College, Oxford, September 10th-11th, 2011.

Johns, S. (2011) Seals in Medieval Wales: Gender, Identity and Social Status. In: 17th Annual Medieval Academy of America and the Medieval Association of the Pacific, Tempe, Arizona, USA, April 14-14, 2011.


Karl, R. (2011) Archäologischer Denkmalschutz in Österreich – Probleme, Praxis, Lösungsvorschläge. Wien Sramek. ISBN 9783902638496

Karl, R. (2011) Archäologisches Fundmeldewesen in Österreich – ein recht(lich)es Debakel. Bulletin Kunst & Recht, 1/2011.

Karl, R. (2011) Bekanntes Wissen oder unbekannte Information? Gedanken zum eigentlichen Ziel und zur bestmöglichen Umsetzung des Schutzes archäologischer Funde. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Kunst und Denkmalpflege: Theorienbildung in der Archäologie. Symposion, Schloss Thinnfeld 2010, 2011 (3). pp. 252-275.

Karl, R. (2011) How Celtic are the Welsh? In: A New History of Wales: Myths and Realities in Welsh History. Gomer Press, Llandysul, pp. 13-19. ISBN B008QD38UM

Karl, R. (2011) On the highway to hell. Thoughts on the unintended consequences of § 11 (1) Austrian Denkmalschutzgesetz. The Historic Environment – Policy and Practice, 2 ((2)). pp. 111-133. DOI: doi:

Karl, R. and Waddington, K. (2011) Characterising the Double Ringwork Enclosures of Gwynedd: Meillionydd. Excavations. Preliminary Report. Bangor University.

Koller, C. (2011) Representing Otherness: African, Indian and European soldiers' letters and memoirs. In: Race. Empire and First World War Writing . Cambridge University Press, pp. 127-142. ISBN 978-0521509848


Löcker, K. and Karl, R. (2011) Thrown out with the bathwater or properly buried? Infant skeletons in settlement contexts on the Dürrnberg bei Hallein. In: (Re)Thinking the Little Ancestor: New Perspectives on the Archaeology of Infancy and Childhood (BAR International Series). British Archaeological Reports, pp. 37-46. ISBN 9781407308456


Olson, K.K. (2011) Politics, Religion, and the Parish in Tudor England and Wales: A View from the Marches of Wales. Recusant History, 31 ((4)). pp. 527-536. DOI: doi:


Pryce, H. (2011) Anglo-Welsh agreements, 1201–77. In: Wales and the Welsh in the Middle Ages. Universiy of Wales Press. ISBN 978-0708324462

Pryce, H. (2011) Gerald of Wales, Gildas and the Descriptio Kambriae. In: Tome: Studies in Medieval Celtic History and Law in Honour of Thomas Charles-Edwards. The Boydell Press, pp. 115-124. ISBN 978-1843836612

Pryce, H. (2011) J. E. Lloyd and the Creation of Welsh History: Renewing a Nation's Past. University of Wales Press. ISBN 9780708323885


Rees, L.A. (2011) Paternalism and rural protest: the Rebecca riots and the landed interest of south-west Wales. The Agricultural History Review, 59 ((1)). pp. 36-60.


Sedlmaier, A. and Malinowski, S. (2011) '1968' - A Catalyst of Consumer Society. Cultural and Social History, 8 (2). pp. 255-274. DOI: 10.2752/147800411X12949180694461

Shapely, P. (2011) Civil society, class and locality. In: The Ages of Voluntarism: How we got to the Big Society. Oxford University Press, pp. 94-113. ISBN 978-0197264829

Shapely, P. (2011) The Entrepreneurial City: The Role of Local Government and City-Centre Redevelopment in Post-War Industrial English Cities. Twentieth Century British History, 22 ((4)). pp. 498-520. DOI: 10.1093/tcbh/hwq049


Waddington, K. and Sharples, N. (2011) The excavations at Whitchurch 2006-2009: an interim report. UNSPECIFIED.

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