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    • An Ecclesiastical Identity in the Making: the Medieval Cathedral and Bishopric of St David's (Wales) 

      Stöber, Karen (Edicions de la Universitat de Lleida, 2020)
      This article discusses the repeated attempts made by churchmen in medieval Wales to elevate the bishopric of St David’s to metropolitan status. Drawing on often dubious “historical” evidence and an alleged precedent, several ...
    • Hagiography and National Consciousness: The case of Sant Beuno of Wales 

      Stöber, Karen (Edicions de la Universitat de Lleida, 2019)
      This article looks at ways in which the political situation in medieval Wales was reflected in the writings of native authors, and in particular in the medieval Welsh hagiography. It discusses how native Welsh saints were ...
    • Monasticism in the British Isles: A Comparative Overview 

      Stöber, Karen (MDPI, 2021)
      The medieval British Isles were marked by a lively monastic presence throughout the entire period. Groups of monks, nuns, regular canons and canonesses, and friars established communities even in the furthermost reaches ...
    • The ‘Monastic Wales Project’ 

      Burton, Janet; Stöber, Karen (Edicions de la Universitat de Lleida, 2016)
      The religious houses of medieval Wales, along with the Norman and native Welsh castles, form an important part of the country’s medieval heritage. The Monastic Wales Project, launched in 2009, aims to explore how medieval ...