Politics and the Iberian Periphery: Galicia (Spain) 2011
A seminar by Dr. Paula Portas Pérez and Professor Michael Keating.
A Federal Europe in the Making?
A conference to explore the implications for the Wales and the UK of the changes in European Governance brought about by the global financial crisis.
Civil Religion: A Window into Perennial Themes of Political Philosophy
A seminar by Prof Ronald Beiner (University of Toronto), organised by the Political Theory Research Unit.
The changing strategic environment in UK higher education: challenges and opportunities
A talk by Prof James Coleman focussing particularly on Modern Languages in UK Higher Education today. Questions and a general discussion will follow.
La Teva: Television as a Space for Representation of Cultural and National Identity
A seminar by Silvia Grassis, organised by the Languages, Cultures & Ideologies Research Unit.
Do We Really Want to Succeed in Afghanistan?
A public lecture by Lord George Robertson, former Secretary-General of NATO and UK Defence Secretary.
The European Biopatent Directive: the Implications for Agriculture in a Multi-Institutional Governance System
A lecture, organised by the European Governance, Identity and Public Policy Research Unit.
Translation in Nazi Germany
A research Seminar organised by the Politics of Translation Research Group and presented by By Daniel Göske.
Bobís Birthday Bash: Dylan at 70!
A celebration of Bob Dylanís 70th Birthday, culminating with contemporary acoustic/folk music by Colum Regan and Lawson Dando.
Hanns Eisler in conversation with Hans Bunge
Sabine Berendse & Paul Clements present a colloquium and dramatic reconstruction of dialogue between Hanns Eisler and Hans Bunge.
‘Uncertainty and Control in Welsh Economic Development’
European Governance, Identity and Public Policy Research Unit
Is the US a Climate Outlaw?
A seminar by Prof Rodger Payne (University of Louisville)
Political Realism and Normative Judgement
A seminar organised by the Political Theory Research Unit.
Breakfast seminar on the Assembly Election
This seminar will see the first public presentation of data from the ESRC-funded 2011 Welsh Election Study.
Sounds of Europe
A poetry evening to celebrate the European Day of Languages.
Hamlet & Poetry
A multidisciplinary conference to bring together scholars of literature from Modern Languages, English, Drama, Translation Studies and Creative Writing.
The School will host a Strawberries and Wine graduation reception to which all graduates are warmly invited.
Côte d'Ivoire and the Changing Landscape of Interventions: Africa, France, Europe
Above lecture By Prof Bruno Charbonneau and ‘Are there Commonalities between the EU and the African Union Approaches to the Definition of Terrorism?’ By Dr Edwin Eged
A series of presentations addressing diversity, equality, and faith.
Within and Without: Representing Diasporas in Europe
A one-day symposium is to explore the way in which diasporas in Europe are depicted in literature.
A Foot in Both Countries: Anita Arcari's Wales and Italy
A public lecture by Anita Arcari, best selling author of the The Hokey Pokey Man.
Public lecture: Towards a Post-Managerialist or Neo-Weberian Hybrid State?
A public lecture by Professor Jean-Michel Eymeri-Douzans, Institute of Political Studies, Toulouse, France.
A public lecture by Malcolm Evans OBE, Professor of Public International Law and Chair of the United Nations Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture.
Latin American cultural identity in the
diasporic written press
A public lecture by Gregory Dallemagne from the Universida Autónoma de Madrid, organised by the Cardiff Research Group on Politics of Translating.
Commonalities between the EU and the African Union Approaches to the Definition of Terrorism?
A seminar by Dr Edwin Egede, organised by the European Governance, Identity & Public Policy research unit.
Global Justice and the Rights of Necessity and
A seminar by Professor Simon Caney, as part of the Political Theory Research Unit spring programme.
Libya: Question Time
A panel of School staff will debate the current situation in Libya and take questions from the audience.
Translating Paul Eluardís political poetry in socialist Bulgaria
The study explores how the literary canon in Bulgaria influenced the way Paul Eluard’s poetry book “Pesni za vsički” (“Songs for everybody”) was “transferred” from French into Bulgarian.
The EUROS factor: a career perspective
A public lecture by graduate of the School Dr Neil Bentley, Deputy Director-General of the CBI. He will focus on how his studies in the School have helped to successfully shape his career.
Wales, the Referendum and the Multi-Level State
The 2011 St David's Day lecture will be given by by Professor Charlie Jeffery, University of Edinburgh.
The End of Spain? The Rise of Catalan Independence
A European Governance, Identity & Public Policy research seminar presented by Dr Andrew Dowling.
Coercing Non-Liberals: Thoughts on a more Realist Liberalism
A seminar by Dr Matt Seat, Sheffield University, as part of the Political Theory Research Unit spring speaker programme.
Translating the Intellectual in Britain
The media coverage of the recent UK student protest has highlighted the centrality of pervasive discourses on the absence of a culture of dissent in Britain.
Political Biography and Memoir: the truth behind the rose-tinted spectacles
Mr Ion Trewin was the biographer of Alan Clark and editor of Clark's Diaries. He was also editor of the Hugo Young Papers (which won the C4 2009 Political Book of the Year Award).
Talk by the Europe Minister David Lidington MP
Do you want to work abroad, do something interesting, make a difference and earn a decent salary? You can get all this and more working for the EU Civil Service.
Cohesion Policy at a Crossroads: Walesí Voice in the European Debate
A public lecture by Rhodri Morgan, AM Assembly Member for Cardiff West. He was the longest serving Welsh First Minister to date, being in power continuously for 9 years and 10 months.
Happiness, Status and Inequality
The first event in the Political Theory Research Group spring 2011 speaker programme, given by Dr Graeme Garrard.
Politics, Power and the Financial Crisis
A public lecture by Professor Michael Moran, University of Manchester, hosted by the European Governance, Identity and Public Policy Research Unit.