Events in the Humanities - Seminars
Further information in relation to:
- University 125 Lectures in Humanities Schools;
- Conferences taking place in Humanities Schools;
- Seminar series linked to research networks, groups and centres in Humanities Schools;
- CHRI events supported by Cardiff Humanities Research Institute.
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Crime Narratives in Context Network
- Christopher Hood (CARBS): 'Narratives of the World's Worst Plane Crash: Flight JL 123 in Print and on Screen'
- Claire Wardle (JOMEC): 'Portrayals of Crime and Justice in the Media'
- Cecile Brich (Leeds University): 'The Construction of Criminal Subjectivity in Foucault'.
Centre for the Study of Islam in the UK (CSI-UK)
Public Lecture Series 2009, with the Islamic Society Cardiff University and Muslim Council for Wales.
A series of nine public lectures January to March 2009, held Tuesday evenings, 7-8 p.m. in room 0.36 Humanities Building. Including:
- 3/02/09: Ziauddin Sardar: 'Islam, Public Space and British Muslims'
- 10/02/09: Sadek Hamid: 'Young, Muslim and British: an introduction to a field'
- 17/02/09: Shaykh Amjad Mohammad: 'Recent Hanafi Fatwa in the British Context'
Seminar series 2008/9 takes place in Humanities Building, Room 2.47, Tuesday evenings at 5.15 p.m.. Speakers include:
- 24/02/09: Damian Walford Davies (Aberystwyth University): 'Yeats said that: R.S. Thomas and W.B. Yeats'
- 24/-3/09: Alice Entwistle (University of Glamorgan): 'Contemporary Irish and Welsh Poetry'
- 5/05/09: Malcolm Ballin (Cardiff University): 'Irish and Welsh Periodicals in English: generic and cultural traditions'.
Centre for Late Antique Religion and Culture (CLARC)
Seminar Series 2009
Interactions between Christianity and Islam in Late Antiquity including:
- Dirk Krausmuller: Christians and Muslims in 8th Century Gaza: the Hagiographical Evidence
- Saira Malik: The Circulation of Ptolemy's 'Optics' in the Arabic scientific tradition
- Steven Ring: A verse from Matthew showing the Syriac Gospels in their Historical Context.