Research Centre Wales will act as a focal point for excellent research on Wales in the Arts and Humanities and related fields at Bangor University and make it more visible nationally and globally.
- The Welsh past, heritage and identity
- The literatures of Wales
- Performing Wales
- Welsh language planning, policy and multiculturalism
The Bangor University Archives and Special Collections includes documents, estate records, rare books and other material relating to Wales from the medieval period onwards.
Bangor is situated in a region exceptionally rich in archaeological and historical monuments ranging from Neolithic tombs to Iron Age settlements, Roman forts, medieval castles and industrial slate quarrying landscapes.
Canolfan Bedwyr is Bangor University's Centre for Welsh Language Services, Research and Technology provides a rich resource for a wide variety of services and research relating to the Welsh language.
Bangor University’s Pontio Arts and Innovation Centre provides an ideal venue for a range of performance and other events.
There are currently around fifty postgraduate research students working on Wales in both Welsh and English across the Arts and Humanities and language policy and several master’s programmes. Research Centre Wales acts as a forum for postgraduate students and co-ordinates events such as postgraduate conferences.
Research Centre Wales shall play a key role in supporting and developing the study of Wales in our local community, across Wales and beyond.