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Arthur’s Camelot – Is the search finally over?

The quest to find King Arthur’s Camelot has puzzled and intrigued scholars and fans for a thousand years. Now, the search may finally be over.


Peter Field, Emeritus Professor in English Literature at Bangor University, has uncovered what he believes to be the location of Arthur’s Camelot.  In a discovery that will be of interest to archaeologists, historians, literary scholars, and Arthurian fans around the world, Professor Field will reveal the location of Camelot during his Shankland Lecture, ‘Searching for Camelot’, at Bangor University on 14 December.

Publication date: 14 December 2016

Associate Member of The Colclough Centre Invited to Celebration of Best Selling Author's Career

Publication date: 10 May 2017

Bangor Employability Award Intern to work on Research Reserve

Publication date: 19 April 2017

Invitation: Opening of 'The Stephen Colclough Centre for the History and Culture of the Book'

Publication date: 30 November 2016

Shankland Lecture: ‘“The bonds that unite us” (D. Trump): religion and literature in the 17th century’ and book launch

Professor Emeritus Thomas Corns presented a Shankland Lecture in celebration of the launch of The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern English Literature and Religion, a pioneering volume edited by Andrew Hiscock and Helen Wilcox, both of Bangor University. The Handbook contains the work of over forty scholars of early modern literature and religion, working in universities in the U.K, continental Europe and North America.

Publication date: 26 January 2018

Three Peaks Challenge in memory of Dr Stephen Colclough

Publication date: 7 August 2017

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