News

Pictures speak a thousand words

28 October 2014

Images created during the First World War are to be on show and debated at a free event at the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea.

Historian’s first book shortlisted in Scotland’s most prestigious literary award

6 October 2014

The first book by a historian at Cardiff University has been shortlisted in the prestigious Saltire Society Book of the Year Awards 2014 in its sister capital city.

Reaching new international audiences – world’s first ever comprehensive guide to Manichaeism goes Japanese

30 September 2014

The first comprehensive introduction to Manichaeism aimed at the non-specialist and undergraduate reader Manichaeism: An Ancient Faith Rediscovered is now reaching new international markets following its translation into Japanese.

New book by Cardiff historian explores cultural influence on popular views of World War One

30 September 2014

This latest work British Culture & the First World War: Experience, Representation and Memory by Cardiff Senior Lecturer in Modern European History Dr Toby Thacker explores how music, art and other forms of culture created from the time of the Great war have shaped views of the conflict.

Cartooning the First World War

Cartooning the First World War

15 August 2014

Unique illustrations digitised one hundred years on

2014 Cardiff graduate becomes youngest ordained Baptist Minister in England & Wales

11 August 2014

2014 Religious Studies graduate Samuel Hackett has been successful in his appointment as Minister of Ruddington Baptist Church near Nottingham.

Arts & Humanities Research Council

Showcasing arts and humanities research

30 June 2014

City hosts national festival to promote arts and humanities research.

Fulbright students

Fulbright students welcomed to Wales

24 June 2014

Cardiff welcomes talented US students to study the nation’s culture, history, politics and landscape.

Hitler's Jurassic Monsters

17 June 2014

Senior Lecture in Modern European history Dr Toby Thacker and Reader in Bio-archaeology Dr Jacqui Mulville of the School of History, Archaeology and Religion feature in the documentary, revealing the untold story of a Nazi vision which went far beyond the military conquest of European countries.

CAER Heritage Project in Wales shortlisted for UK-wide public engagement award

11 June 2014

The CAER Heritage Project has just been announced as the overall winner of the NCCPE Awards, in addition to winner in the History and Heritage category at today's national awards at the National History Museum London.