Published by the CEREDIGION HISTORICAL SOCIETY in association with The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales by the University of Wales Press.
Publication date: October 2019.
Format: Hardback, 285x225mm, 512 pages
The completed history will consist of three scholarly volumes designed to present the history of the ancient county from the beginning to the present day. Volume 1: “From the Earliest Times to the Coming of the Normans”, edited by J.L. Davies and D.P. Kirkby and Volume 3: “Cardiganshire in Modern Times”, edited by Professor Ieuan Gwynedd Jones and Professor Geraint H. Jenkins.
- The Medieval Landscapes of Cardiganshire – David Austin & Jemma Bezant
- Agriculture – Gerald Morgan
- The Castles of Cardiganshire – D. T. Cathcart-King, Jack Spurgeon & David Browne
- Medieval Dwellings and their Successors – Richard Suggett
- The Medieval Church – John Reuben Davies
- The Cistercian Houses – David Williams
- Princes, Lords and English Monarchy: Ceredigion 1081–1197 – J. Beverley Smith
- Lords of Ceredigion, Princes of Gwynedd and Kings of England 1197–1283 – J. Beverley Smith
- Crown and County: An Age of Transformation and Crisis, 1283–1400 – Ralph A. Griffiths
- Crown and County: An Age of Turmoil and Opportunity, 1400–1540 – Ralph A. Griffiths
- The Growth of Gentry Estates – Gerald Morgan
- Cardiganshire and the State 1540–1689 – Stephen Roberts
- Cardiganshire in the Era of the Reformation – John Morgan-Guy
- Education and society in early modern Cardiganshire – W. P. Griffith
- ‘Croywiaith Ceredigion’: the Welsh language and its literature c.1060–c.1730 – Dylan Foster Evans