‘Medieval Wales and the Marches’: Yr Athro Helen Fulton

Professor Helen Fulton FLSW invites other Fellows and colleagues to join a new research network. She is working with Philip Hume, Secretary of The Mortimer History Society, Dr Emma Cavell (Swansea University), and Dr Sara Elin Roberts (University of Chester) to create an online seminar group, Medieval Wales and the Marches, to provide a forum for academics and independent scholars to share research papers.

The online seminar group, which will be multi-disciplinary, welcomes membership and papers on aspects of the social, economic, cultural, legal, and political history of medieval Wales and the Marches. A mailing list of members is being assembled this term, along with a call for papers, with a view to seminars starting in spring term 2023.

If you would like to be added to the membership list, please email Philip Hume at philip.r.hume@gmail.com, indicating whether or not you are interested in offering a paper.

Helen Fulton is the Principal Investigator on the ERC project ’The Medieval March of Wales, c. 1282–1550: Mapping Literary Geography in a British Border Region’, funded by UKRI Frontier Research (2023-28).