Phone: 01248 383810
Office: 227.2 [G4] History Corridor, Main Arts Building
Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2DG
Euryn Rhys Roberts is a Lecturer in Medieval and Welsh History. He studied for his doctorate at Bangor under the supervision of Professor Huw Pryce, having previously obtained an MA (Welsh History) degree from Bangor and a BA (Modern History) degree from the University of Oxford. He specializes in the history of Wales during the Middle Ages and is also interested in how the medieval past is used and presented in contemporary Wales. He teaches on various aspects of medieval British and European history.
Imagined Communities: Constructing Collective Identities in Medieval Europe (funded by the National Science Centre of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Poland 2013-16)
Collaborative research project led by Andrzej Pleszczyński (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Poland).
For more information, please see: http://europamedievalis.umcs.lublin.pl/communities/?page_id=160
This collaborative project examined the various kinds of narratives which shaped collective identities in medieval Europe.
Teaching and Supervision
Euryn is Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. His teaching concentrates on the history of Wales and aspects of European history in the pre-modern period.
Courses taught at undergraduate level:
Modules at Level 4 (Part One)
- Wales: Princes to Tudors / Cymru: Tywysogion i Duduriaid
Modules at Levels 5 and 6 (Part Two)
General History Modules
- The Age of the Castle / Cestyll a Chymdeithas
- Under the Hammer: Edward I and the Celtic Fringe
- Holy Wars 1095-1197 / Rhyfeloedd Sanctaidd 1095-1197
Courses taught at postgraduate level:
- MA Documents and Sources for Medieval and Early Modern History
- MA Postgraduate Portfolio
- MA Themes and Issues in History