The overall aim of the proposed research is to compare account for trajectories of territorial governance.
Rob Prior is a technical translator at Beo, Rob will explain how he was drawn to professional translation.
The Awra Amba Experience
Ms. Paulina Tervo, will be presenting her work on the digital media documentary 'The Awra Amba experience'
Postgraduate Open Day
The open day provides an ideal opportunity to find out more about postgraduate study at Cardiff.
Visiting Professor Mario Santana of University of Chicago, examines the presence of foreign literature. production.
Languages: Passport to Success
The School is holding its annual Languages: Passport to Success Day, presentations on why take languages, the student experience and careers advice for students with languages.
The Liberal Cosmopolitanism of Thomas Paine
A public lecture by Dr Robert Lamb focusing on Paine's account of international relations.
Poet Jörg Bernig will read from his work poetry and prose, the reading will be followed by a translation session.
Public Lecture on Violence against Women
The School in partnership with The Bristol Law School presents Rashida Manjoo, Rashida is a United Nations Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women.
A public lecture by Prof Annarita Criscitiello, University of Naples, on the rise of the Five Star movement.
Jack Straw served in Cabinet throughout the Tony Blair and Gordon Brown years. With more than 30 years in Parliament, he is one of Labour’s longest-serving MPs.
The School is delighted to present Barbara Müller.
Inaugural GRO conference in partnership with the Presiding Officer, Rosemary Butler AM. This will feature the official launch of the Presiding Officer’s Women in Public Life Portal.
How the campaign was conducted, the issues and the personalities, the election results and their implications for.
The School is delighted to present the following visiting speaker: Barbara Müller from Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Institut für Politikwissenschaft.
Welsh Governance Centre are hosting this conference, One Year to Go Until The Referendum what will happen in the year ahead and what will the impacts be on the rest of the UK?
Enrolment Information 2013
Enrolment week Monday 23 September – Friday 27 September
Kant and Herder on Colonialism
The School is delighted to present Dr Vicki Spencer a visiting speaker
The School will host a champagne and strawberries reception, at 12:30, in Viriamu Jones Gallery, Main Building to which all graduates and their guests are invited.
Book Kernel at Cardiff Digital Week 2013
The School is pleased to be involved in Digital Cardiff Week, exploring the digital future of the Welsh creative industries
ESRC Workshop for PhD Students: Security, Conflict and Justice
The workshop centres on the theoretical, methodological, empirical and practical aspects of pursuing a PhD on issues concerning security, conflict and justice.
Translations: Exchange of Ideas 2013
This conference centres on the exchange of ideas across the humanities and social sciences. Some important intellectual ideas have emerged in the crossing of disciplinary boundaries.
ESRC Wales Doctoral Training Centre, Language-Based Area Studies pathway
End of Year Conference: ‘The Study of Postcolonialism in the Social Sciences and the Humanities’
Green Parties and Nationalist Parties: The development of ecology in its political environment in Wales and Brittany since the 1970s
The Green movement has challenged what it has considered to be its intrinsic flaws: increasing pollution and inequalities, consumerism, cultural impoverishment, concentration of economic activities as well as political power
In the Hands of God's Servants
A conference on the power of the bishop in the Western Europe during the high middle ages.
A Kantian Justification of Human Rights
The school is pleased to introduce visiting speaker Prof Howard Williams.
Translation and Migration: The View from the United States
Professor and Director of the Translation Centre, Edwin Gentzler's research and interests include translation theory, literary translation, and postcolonial theory.
Call for papers Across Borders: Translation and Migration
This interdisciplinary conference will focus on the multifaceted nature of translation studies and how its framework can be employed by other disciplines to develop new perspectives.
Distinguished Alumni Annual Lecture
John Evans, Staff Translator for the European Commission, will talk about how his degree in French and Spanish has led to work in the European Commission's translation service.
Wales Doctoral Training Centre. Are holding five workshop on “Inter-Cultural Violence”.
Heroes and Role Models in Spanish Cinema of the 1960s
Visiting speaker Prof Sally Faulkner. Organised by our Languages, Cultures and Ideologies Research Unit
Association for German Studies annual conference
The Seventy-Sixth Meeting of the Association for German Studies in Great Britain and Ireland. The lead panel for the conference will be German Poetry in Relation to the UK and Ireland.
Dylan Thomas in Translation
A multilingual live-translation event Translators from all over the world will gather in situ (or via internet connection) at the birthplace of Dylan Thomas,
The Party's Over?
63rd Political Studies Association Annual International Conference
We’re all mixed-race now
Playwright and controversial novelist Hanif Kureishi is this year’s distinguished guest of Intercultural Dialogues.
Life Writing: Genres of Memory
A case study of the life writings of Greta Kuckhoff, an anti-Nazi resistance fighter who spent thirty years reworking her life story in different genres.
Democratic Limits: Individual Rights and Boundary Problems in Shared Rule
Organised by our Political Theory Research Unit. Boundary problems, focused on establishing who ‘the people’ are for the purposes of rule by the people.
Ambassador of France Bernard Emié
The School is very pleased to be able to welcome Bernard Emié, the Ambassador will talk on France, Britain and Europe
Preventing mass atrocities
A public lecture by Edward Mortimer, former speech writer and directory of communications for UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan.
The 2013 Italian Election: tipping Italy and Europe further into economic crisis?
Two papers will be presented, one on the composition of the new parliament and, if one, of the government; the other on Italy's politico-economic situation.
Hartmut Hesse provides first hand insights into the work of the International Maritime Organization. In his talk he will drawing on 22 years of experience in working for the organization.
This Roundtable event organised by the schools' European Governance, Identity and Public Policy Research Unit.
A 'Kind of United States of Europe'?
The school is delighted to present this Roundtable, "From the Treaty of London to the European Court of Human Rights: Council of Europe in Focus".
The Idea of Just War in Rawls' Gospel of Peace: The View of the Statesman
The school is delighted to present Dr Huw Williams is Lecturer in Philosophy.
Dr Loredano Polezzi from University of Warwick intends to examine the way in which polylingual practices such as translation and self-translation relate to models of Europe.
Oral Poetry Today
A practitionersí workshop gathering slam artists, poets, and analysts from the academic world and the cultural economy.
My Nights with Emma B
Adam Thorpe discusses his experience of the translator's art and its perils, pains and peculiar satisfactions. After accepting literary translation is one of the hardest - if poorest paid - disciplines of all.
The conference will discuss how photography is used to represent peoples' situations of conflict or disaster, consider social and political effects of photographic representations upon their lives.