Languages: Passport to Success
In partnership with CILT Cymru, the School will host a day of Student Language Ambassador (SLA) training, as part of its broader aims to promote learning languages to school pupils.
Translating Poetry: The Issues of Rhythm, Metre and Rhyme
A public lecture by Dr Anna Fochi, as part of the Cardiff Research Group on Politics of Translating.
European Film Night
To mark the 2010 EU Year of Poverty and Social Exclusion, European Documentation Centre and the School will present the film Welcome.
The Relationship of the European Union and the United Nations: a Work in Progress
A public lecture by Lord David Hannay. Starting in 1965 and into the early 1970s, Lord Hannay was involved in the negotiations that led to the UK 's entry into the European Communities.
Greece and the European Union in the Crisis
A public lecture by Professor Kevin Featherstone Eleftherios Venizelos Professor of Contemporary Greek Studies, the London School of Economics.
Representing the U.S.-Mexican border
The talk, Prof Dr Leticia Mora Perdomo, Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa, Mexico, will focus on the border between the USA and its neighbour to the south.
What’s Left of the Left in Europe?
In the aftermath of recent defeats in key elections in Germany and the UK, and a reduced presence in the European Parliament, what’s left of the left in Europe?
Sounds of Europe
For the European Day of Languages the School will host poetry readings in several languages, with on screen translations into English.
100 Years of the Mexican Revolution
100 years after its inception in 1910, the so‐called Mexican Revolution has been consigned to history. Or has it?
The end of the euro? The financial crisis and the eurozone
A seminar by Professor Andrew Gamble, Head of the Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS) at the University of Cambridge.
The impact of Italian citizenship policies on EU and US migration management
In the last decade, almost a million people of Italian descent have claimed "heritage citizenship" under the new Italian nationality law.
Representing the Islamic world in Contemporary Italian Culture
Charles Burdett teaches in the department of Italian Studies at the University of Bristol. His current research project focuses on the representation of Islam in Italian culture.
Taxing and Borrowing Powers for UK Devolved Administrations
Taxing and Borrowing Powers for the UK Devolved Administrations by Professor David Heald (Aberdeen) & Lessons from Spain by César Colino (UNED, Spain)
The School Diversity Day event will focus on the intersections of practices and perspectives from across the humanities.
Translating (at) the Border
Tn the dual perspective of a globalised world and of the European Union the notion of border calls for new definitions.
Painted in Blood: the art of Spanish crime fiction covers
A public lecture presented by Shelley Godsland (University of Birmingham) and Nickianne Moody (Liverpool John Moores University).
Children of Exile: trauma, memory and testimony
Children of Exile: trauma, memory and testimony in Jaime Camino's "Los niños de Rusia" by Dr Julián Daniel Gutiérrez Albilla, Newcastle University.
Visit by the French Consul General
A talk by the French Consul General Edouard Braine: ‘French relations with the Arab and Muslim worlds'.
International Criminal Law and the European Court of Human Rights
Professor Schabas is Director of the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland, Galway, where he also holds the Chair in Human Rights Law.
After Lisbon: New Leadership in Europe?
A rountable event - After Lisbon: New Leadership in Europe? Organised by the European Governance, Identity and Public Policy Research Unit.