Dr Julie Mathias

Dr Julie Mathias


Lifelong Learning Moderator - Languages

Lifelong Learning Teacher - Genealogy

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Mathias, J. 2015. The National Library of Wales's Duplicates Section. Libraries and the Development of Professional Knowledge, Library and Information History Group Annual Conference 2015. Cadair

Mathias, J. 2015. Summer schools in library service at Aberystwyth (1917-1928). 10.1108/LR-11-2014-0129 Cadair


Mathias, J. 2014. The Reconstruction of George Owen of Henllys’s Library. Medieval and Renaissance Lost Libraries. Other Cadair

Mathias, J. 2014. Deeds, Seals and Archival Collections. Archives, Artefacts & Literary Culture. Other Cadair


Davies, S.J., Mathias, J.D.S. 2013. From Record Commissions to Record Repositories: Archival Custody in Wales, 1800-1995. Archives and Records: The Journal of the Archives and Records Association 34 (1) pp. 43-66. 10.1080/23257962.2013.783466 Other Cadair

Mathias, J.D. 2013. Improving access to the records of landed estates: balancing archival and user perspectives. Archivaria 75 pp. 145-185. Other Cadair


Mathias, J. 2011. Strengths and pitfalls of using finding aids for family and estate archives: The Cefnbryntalch / Buckley Jones Collection. "Opening the Vault": Researching Welsh families and their archives, c.1500-1850. Cadair

Mathias, J. 2011. The local Record Office: A Welsh perspective. The Local Record Office, past, present, future. Cadair


Mathias, J., Gillison, T. 2010. From parchment to pixels. From parchment to pixels. Cadair

Mathias, J. 2010. Widening access across space and time. Learning and Teaching Action Research Conference. Cadair

Mathias, J.D., Gillison, T.C. 2010. From parchment to pixels or pixels to parchment? In S. Haslett., H. Rowlands. (eds) Enhancing Research - Teaching Links in Higher Education: Proceedings of the Newport Nexus Conference 2010. Prifysgol Cymru, Casnewydd, University of Wales, Newport pp. 92. Cadair

Mathias, J., Gillison, T.C. 2010. Breaking down the barriers. Breaking down the barriers. Cadair