The Cosmopolitanism of Thomas Paine
This talk on Thomas Paine's international political theory was one of a series around the theme of cosmopolitanism.
And the Wall(s) Came Tumbling Down
New research ground founded to advance the study of socialist and post-socialist Europe.
German Poet visits Cardiff
German poet and novelist Jörg Bernig read a selection of his poems, followed by a lively discussion with staff and students about how to translate them.
Funding secured for research into surrealism in the GDR
The project focuses on surrealist fiction, visual art, cinema & other art forms in the German Democratic Republic.
Rise of the Five Star Movement
Professor Annarita Criscitiello explained the extraordinary success and rapid rise of the Five Star Movement.
The south China Sea: UNCLOS and state practice conference 2013
Dr. Edwin Egede was invited to the conference to explore the issue of the legality under international law of China's claim to historic rights over the South China Sea.
Major boost for next generation of arts & humanities researchers
Cardiff University has jointly won substantial arts and humanities funding to support postgraduate study into our cultural world.
Gendered Research Opportunities essay competition winner
Catherine Hopkins was presented an award for her essay answering the question 'Where are the women?' by Claire Clancey, Chief Executive and Clerk of the Welsh Assembly.
The relationship between Wales, the UK and Europe
Two school academics contribute to report reviewing relations between Wales, the UK and Europe.
Politics First Year Prize
James Phillips won both the John Cross Prize for the best performance in the Politics first year and the Bayliss & Smith Prize for the best performance in the study of Globalisation & International Relations.
Twin Conferences explore the future of Wales
An event report on Twin Conferences explore the future of Wales, the United Kingdom and Europe, held in May 2013
Pirates! New Research Project studies the International Response to Maritime Piracy
A new research project led by Dr. Christian Bueger and sponsored by the ESRC analyses the international response to contemporary maritime piracy.
Book Kernel Project
Based within the led by Prof. Alexis Nuselovici and creative agency Hodcha, Book Kernel set out to develop a model of publishing that takes into account the transient nature of poetry and translation.
Workshop Identity a Story about Europe
W.I.S.E. is a EU Grundtvig Partnership between educational institutions and the cultural sector connecting communities in Germany, Italy, Poland and the UK
Professor Berendse awarded grant to conduct research at the University of Leipzig
Prof Berendse to research the various ways writers in the German Democratic Republic published their work in the second half of the 1980s.
In the Hands of God's Servants
Event report from the conference on the power of the bishop in the Western Europe during the high middle ages.
Across Borders: Translation and Migration
Event report on the first Cardiff Annual Post-graduate Conference in Translation and Language Studies.
Five Cardiff students of German awarded summer school scholarship by the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service)
The Network of Global Corporate Control: Implications for Politics
Prof Compston, presented his research on global corporate control, and the implications on politics more broadly.
Association for German Studies annual conference
An event report on the Seventy-Sixth Meeting of the Association for German Studies in Great Britain and Ireland.
An essay competition inviting you to interpret the question 'Where are the Women' in any way that interests or inspires you.
Peace is the Cornerstone of the European Community
A report on the visit from Bernard Emié the French Ambassador to the UK
Obituary for Dr David Bryant
With great sadness the School has learned of the death of Dr David Bryant, a former lecturer in French.
The Global Fight against Maritime Piracy
Dr Christian Bueger of the Politics Department will be taking part at a conference Greenwich University, London.
My day with Emma's translator
A report on the Translator, playwright, novelist and poet Adam Thorpe event, he spoke about the perils, pains and satisfaction of translating one of the great French classics.
A 'Kind of United States of Europe'?-Event report
A report on this Roundtable, "From the Treaty of London to the European Court of Human Rights: Council of Europe in Focus".
As Italy goes to the elections, listen to Dr Mark Donovan, our Italian politics specialist on the Sunday Supplement
Big in Taiwan: the British Idealism and Collingwoord Centre in the Far East
Professors David Boucher and Andrew Vincent have toured Asia and South East Asia, lecturing and giving seminars on British Idealism, and its relation to colonialism and human rights.
Making Hay: Professor Richard Wyn Jones to deliver a lecture at Hay Festival
Professor Richard Wyn Jones will speak at the Hay Festival, discussing findings of a detailed survey of public attitudes in England.
The National Student Survey (NSS)
The National Student Survey (NSS) is your opportunity to ‘Speak Up’ and provide invaluable feedback to the University to help identify areas where we are doing well and areas for development.
New module on parliamentary studies
New module on parliamentary studies taught in partnership with the Houses of Parliament. One of only a select group of Universities in this partnership.
Research Grant Success for Creative Partnership
Professor Alexis Nuselovici has worked on a project which has been selected among the eight projects commissioned by the AHRC REACT Sandbox funding for its second round.
The Cardiff Award
Is a unique programme with limited spaces and will ensure you stand out from the thousands of other graduate every year. The deadline for applications is Friday 1st March 2013