A programme of first modern performances of choral music by Welsh composer Morfydd Owen, marking the 100th anniversary of her untimely death in 1918.
Lecture by Dr Ulrich Hintermair, University of Bath on 'Watching Catalysts at Work with Real-time High Resolution FlowNMR Spectroscopy'
Lecture by Professor Anne Duhme-Klair, University of York
Speaker: Roland Gehrels (York)
Lecture by Professor James Durrant, Imperial College London & Swansea University
Part of the highly successful Science in Health Public Lecture Series.
Lecture by Professor David O’Hagan, University of St Andrews
“Sport is about participation. It is about inclusion and citizenship. Sport brings individuals and communities together, highlighting commonalities and bridging cultural or ethnic divides”. UN Task Force, 2005.
This lecture explores the women’s suffrage movement in late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century Cardiff.
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Lecture by Professor Lee Cronin, University of Glasgow.
A research seminar with guest speaker, Professor Olivette Otele (Bath Spa University), as part of the Conflict, Development & Disaster research theme at the School of Modern Languages. Open to all.
Kenneth Hamilton presents a kaleidoscope of pieces inspired by travels from Izmir to Ireland: pianistic pictures by Elgar, Grainger, Stevenson and Liszt.
Lecture by Dr Silvia Vignolini, University of Cambridge
A research seminar with guest speaker Professor Jo Drugan (University of East Anglia, Norwich), as part of the Translation, Adaptation and Performance research theme at the School of Modern Languages.
A research seminar with Dr Christopher Hood (Cardiff University) as part of the Conflict, Development and Disaster research theme at the School of Modern Languages.
Lecture by Professor Claire Carmalt, University College London
Lecture by Dr Conrad Goodwin, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA (RSC 2018 Dalton Emerging Researcher Award)
Speaker: Adrian Lister (Natural History Museum)
The theme of democracy, exploring ideas of leadership, populism and participation and the comparisons and contrasts that can be seen between the ancient world and the politics of today.