- The Rhug Project
27 September 2017
- The Penrhyn Project: 3 year PhD Studentship in the social and political history of north west Wales, c.1860-1980.
12 September 2017
- Peter Lord: ‘Portreadu pobl Môn’ [‘Portraying the People of Anglesey’]
24 July 2017
- Special edition of journal to focus on estate archives
14 June 2017
- PhD Fee Waiver Opportunity
5 June 2017
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- Institute for the Study of Welsh Estates and the value of estate records when undertaking historical and archaeological research
Wednesday 8 November 2017, 19:30–20:30
- Writing Women, Writing Wales in 18th Century Manuscripts
Thursday 15 March 2018, 17:30–18:30
- Swords, Ploughshares and Local Offices: Military Society in Wales in the 14th and 15th Centuries
Thursday 19 April 2018, 17:30–18:30
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The Institute for the Study of Welsh Estates (ISWE) is dedicated to promoting research into the history, impact and functioning of estates on a Wales-wide basis.
For centuries, estates have formed an important part of Welsh life. It was here that much of the social, cultural, political, economic and industrial fabric of the communities of Wales was stitched together. Their impacts on the history and landscapes of the nation have been profound, potentially unparalleled.
ISWE seeks to advance outstanding research into the subject and ensure that the knowledge we generate regarding Wales’ past is accessible and contributes constructively to its future.
If you would like more information about the Institute or details of forthcoming events, please contact us