Celtic Studies Summer School
A summer school in Welsh Literature, History and Archaeology at Bangor University took place over two weeks during July.
As well as lectures on various topics, including Welsh prehistory, The Welsh King Arthur, symbols of Welsh identity, Celtic Wales and The Age of the Princes, students also got to visit castles, an archaeological dig on the stunning Llŷn Peninsula and many other places during their time at Bangor.
The summer school attracted students from the USA, Sweden and Poland. One student, Kamil Majerski said, “Wales is a place full of history, patriotism, great people and magic. I wish I were staying a little bit longer. I will spread the news about Bangor's hospitality and great opportunities to my fellow colleagues and students.”
Please click here to see a clip of a field trip to archaeological sites on Anglesey and the Llŷn Peninsula.
Publication date: 31 July 2013