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Prestigious O'Donnell Lecture returns

10 January 2017

The University is proud to continue its long-held tradition of hosting this Celtic-themed public lecture series.

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Japan: a Land of Beautiful Things

6 January 2017

Cardiff academic switches Celtic capitals to deliver talk at national museum and gallery.

Russian Revolution centenary marked with landmark talk

3 January 2017

A distinguished authority on the history of modern Russia is to deliver a major lecture at Cardiff University as part of Russian Revolution centenary commemorations across the city.

CAER WW1 Exhibition Space

Exhibition explores WW1 origins of Ely

20 December 2016

Research by local residents and Cardiff University on show in city centre museum

Czechoslovakia, the state that failed book cover

Czechoslovakia: The State That Failed

16 December 2016

How historical research led to involvement in international policy recommendations

The Making of Welsh legend Owain Glyn Dŵr

14 December 2016

Alumnus brings to life the great revolt of the last native Prince of Wales

Bog body featured in Bog Bodies Uncovered

International awards grow for real-life ancient forensic thriller

21 November 2016

A new book that explores the mystery of Europe’s ‘bog bodies’ and sheds new light on our prehistoric past has scooped its second prestigious international award.

Senior Conservator working on the Bronze Age vessel recently excavated in North Wales

Hidden Bronze Age grave treasures conserved

15 November 2016

Hidden Bronze Age grave treasures conserved

Sepia map of South Africa with pin marker

Remaking the map

15 November 2016

Tracing the impact of South African and Dutch links at turning point of global trade

Prayer against sunset

Religion and the news

28 October 2016

Understanding how religion shapes lives, politics and conflict, at home and abroad