Prof Bill Jones
Telephone:+44 (0)29 208 76104
Fax:+44 (0)29 208 74929
Location:John Percival Building 5.39
- Nineteenth and early twentieth century Welsh emigration and Welsh communities outside Wales
- Wales and the British Empire
- Industrial, social and cultural history of modern Wales
- Australian and American immigration history
E. Wyn James, Bill Jones, ed. (2009) Michael D. Jones a'i Wladfa Gymreig. Gwasg Carreg Gwalch.
Aled Jones, Bill Jones (2001) Welsh Reflections: Y Drych and America, 1851-2001. Gomer Press.
Bill Jones, Chris Williams (1999) B. L. Coombes. University of Wales Press.
William D Jones (1993) Wales in America: Scranton and the Welsh 1860-1920. University of Wales Press.
The ‘Welsh Church’: Religion, Society and the Welsh in Melbourne c1840-2001
Beyond Wales: The Welsh Overseas 1600 to the present
Co-Director, Cardiff Centre for Welsh American Studies
Part One Undergraduate Modules
- Modern Wales - 20 credits (HS1104)
Part Two Undergraduate Modules
- Migrant Wales - 30 credits (HS1736)
- Dissertation - 30 credits (HS1801)
MA in History / MA in Welsh History
- Society and Identity in Wales 1840-1914 - 20 credits (HST628)
- The Powers of the Press: Newspapers as Primary Sources - 10 credits
I also contribute to the Masters module CYD043 Cymru ac America [Wales and America] in the School of Welsh and am currently supervising 6 PhD (2 jointly with WELSH) and 3 MPhil students.
Impact and Engagement
Course Director of the Cardiff University Programme, Wales Fulbright Summer Institute