Ireland and Wales in the middle ages
Karen Jankulak & Jonathan M. Wooding, editors
The studies in this volume range across history, literature, archaeology, law and theology. Challenging assumptions as to the medieval isolation of what were in origin ‘Celtic’ nations, they show two nations in dynamic contact with each other throughout the medieval period – with each other and with wider European culture.
Karen Jankulak is a lecturer in medieval history at the University Wales, Lampeter. She is the author of The medieval cult of St Petroc (2000) and numerous articles on aspects of British, Irish and Breton saints’ cults. Jonathan M. Wooding is senior lecturer in theology and religious studies at the University of Wales, Lampeter. He is the author of Communication and commerce along the Western sealanes (1996) and a number of other studies on medieval history, culture and religion; he is also the editor of The otherworld voyage in Irish literature (2000).