Cadair - Aberystwyth University Open Access Repository

Cadair makes the very best of Aberystwyth's staff and postgraduate research available online to the public, free of charge. Content includes metadata about research outputs and where possible, full-text attachments that can be downloaded anytime, anywhere, by anyone. Most full-text items are peer-reviewed journal articles - some of which are released after a publisher embargo period - but Cadair also hosts conference papers, working papers, some databases, and theses.

Browse the contents by department or search by title or author using the search box. If you want to re-use something you find, ensure you read and follow the licence information specific to that item.

To find Aberystwyth University theses, you can browse both the institution-wide Postgraduate Publications community and the individual department communities.

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  • Oliver, Jacob B. (Aberystwyth University, 2015)
    I have termed Birthing Attila a creative-critical project since it is not only a collection of poems, or a critical compendium of methodologies and theories, but an alignment of the two in a mutually illuminating process. ...
  • Nerenberg, Jan M. G. (Aberystwyth University, 2015)
    Standing Stone, a novel, and the accompanying commentary, Stepping Stones to Standing Stone, form this thesis. The title, Standing Stone, refers to both the Rollright Stones and the journey to self-actualisation of the ...
  • Kubala, Paulina (Aberystwyth University, 2015)
    The egg industry in Wales is an important component of the agricultural sector. According to the Welsh Government’s Aggregate Agricultural Output and Income Statistics (2008, 2013), from 2006 until 2013, the value of egg ...
  • Bird, Thomas Matthew (Aberystwyth University, 2015)
    Bordersands is a crime-thriller set in and around the Flintshire lowlands in northeast Wales written in response to M. Wynn Thomas’s notion that the region has yet to capture the public and literary imagination. By asking ...
  • Lorimer, D. Georgie (Aberystwyth University, 2016)
    Solstice in the Borderland is a concert of poetry in which the inherent musicalities of language and an understanding of sound relations are brought to the fore. In a similar vein to the ballads and romances that were a ...

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