The event will open with a keynote address on cultural translation by Professor Mieke Bal, a School Distinguished Visiting Research Professor.
Vitoria, Defending the Innocent, and the Image of God
A talk by Dr William Bain, Aberystwyth University. Dr Bain holds a BA from the University of South Carolina and an MA and PhD from the University of British Columbia.
Material vs. Cultural Threat in People's Attitudes towards Immigrants
A talk by Professor Anthony Mughan (Ohio State University), organised by the European Governance, Identity & Public Policy research unit.
State Nationalism and Substate Nationalisms in 21st Century Spain: An Interpretation
A talk by Xosé Manuel Núñez Seixas, Universidade d’A Coruña.
Upper Houses in Comparative Perspective
Since it expelled all but 92 hereditary peers in 1999, the United Kingdom has been debating the form that a restructured House of Lords should take.
Female Adolescence in Lucrecia Martel's La niņa santa
A New Research in Visual Cultures seminar presented by Dr Debbie Martin (University of Bath). Organised by the Institute for the Study of Visual Cultures.
Public Lecture by Bayo Ojo SAN
Bayo Ojo SAN is a member of the United Nations International Law Commission (a subsidiary organ of the United Nations General Assembly) responsible for the codification and progressive development of international law.
Rights and Recognition
A conference organised and supported by Cardiff School of European Languages, Translation and Politics and the British Idealism Specialist Group of the Political Studies Association.
Good news: More powers for Wales
The Secretary of State of Wales, Peter Hain MP reflects on a decade of Welsh devolution. Organised by the Wales Governance Centre.
Round Table on the German Federal Elections
The German Federal Election of September 2009: The People's Parties Without Many People Presented by Dr David Broughton,
Symposium: From Rivalry to Partnership?
New Approaches to the Challenges of Africa. A symposium funded by the British Academy.
Sounds of Europe
A poetry event for the European Day of Languages, In praise of Languages and Translation. The poems are read in the original language, with an English translation on screen.
Small countries and the global crisis: challenges and opportunities?
After a decade of devolution, how do smaller countries such as Wales stand in this world? What will be their new challenges and opportunities?
The conference aims to provide an encounter between studies of film, photography, and the graphic arts, both old and new, conventional and unconventional, digital and plastic.
Welsh Conservatism and how the 2015 Assembly election was won
A public lecture by Jonathan Morgan AM, organised by the Wales Governance Centre.
Citizens After the Nation State? The People of Wales in 2009
Public Attitudes to How Wales is Governed: the Latest Evidence Attitudes to Wales and Welshness; Britain and Britishness: the impact of a Decade of Devolution
Who are the SNP?
Who are the SNP? Results of the ESRC SNP Membership Study' Learn more about Scotland's governing party. Everyone Welcome!
Savage Beauty: Modernist Visuality in Rimbaud
How might the endlessly displaced Rimbaud survive - thrive, even - in a post-RAE climate? And how might researchers begin to weather a fresh Season in Hell?
Hamlet - Reception in European Cultures
Shakespeare's Hamlet exemplifies a source text prolifically appropriated by countless national cultures throughout Europe.
Barack Obama - The First 100 Days
Obama’s first 100 days as American President will be put under the University spotlight next week as part of a discussion led by the US Embassy’s newly appointed Welsh Affairs Officer.
Patterns and Trajectories in Economic Governance amongst Non-Euro Area States
The workshop examines comparatively the different ways in which domestic economic governance is evolving in EU accession and membership states outside the Euro Area.
Pasolini and Fassbinder: the European legacy between utopia and nihilism
Pasolini and Fassbinder are amongst the last radical authors to have emerged in Europe. A conference organised by Dr Fabio Vighi and Professor Alexis Nuselovici
New Migrants, Old Migrants
The workshop will draw upon commissions from Artstation undertaken in Europe as part of Cardiff European City of Culture bid 2008 and a Creole Culture study.
France, the EU Presidency and the Financial Crisis
The roundtable will be followed by a wine reception kindly supported by the European Commission Office in Wales.
St David's Day Lecture
A public lecture by Professor Richard Wyn Jones In the Shadow of '79: the Lasting Impact of the 1970s' Devolution Debacle.
Revisiting the European Security Strategy: the Case for an EU Grand Strategy
A seminar by Professor Jolyon Howorth. Organised by the European Governance, Identity and Public Policy research unit.
Putting the political into political economy by bringing the state back in yet again
A seminar by Professor Vivien Schmidt, Boston University. Organised by the European Governance, Identity and Public Policy research unit.
Re-Envisioning the European Union: Democracy, Economy, Identity
This 125 Anniversary lecture is presented in association with the European Governance, Identity and Public Policy Research Unit , and the Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law and Governance.
Preventive Human Rights Strategies
As part of the celebration of the UN Declaration of Human Rights to be staged at the Temple of Peace , Dr Bertrand G. Ramcharan will speak on ‘Preventive Human Rights Strategies’.
Victims, puppets or heroes? Refugees and Interpretations of the Exodus
Presented by Dr Sharif Gemie, Dr Fiona Reid & Laure Humbert of the Department of History, University of Glamorgan.
Affect as Medium
A lecture by Professor Mieke Bal, Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA), University of Amsterdam, and Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Professor.