School of English, Communication & Philosophy

Medieval Romance 30 Years On

28 March 2018

More than 65 academic experts from six countries head to Cardiff for the Biennial Medieval Insular Romance Conference this spring.

Photo of PhD candidate Christina Thatcher

Creative Writing talents past and present scoop prestigious bursaries

27 March 2018

Two talents from Creative Writing at the University have been awarded £3,000 Writers Bursaries recognising new writing voices in Wales.

Author Tyler Keevil

Heading Underground with Tales for London

26 March 2018

Creative Writing lecturer and author pens short story in innovative series for commuters everywhere

African American woman wearing white gloves, ca. 1855

Object Women: Looking again at women in photography

22 March 2018

Cardiff University academic Alix Beeston seeks to reimagine how women have been pictured through the history of photography in a new digital project.

Dreamton

Britishness – a Japanese Love Affair

19 February 2018

How children’s fantasy literature - and the chocolate box Cotswolds - have inspired Japan’s fantasy tourism

Henriques Scholarships 2018 announced

31 January 2018

Applications now open for two postgraduate scholarships for 2018-19

Tristan Hughes collecting his award at the special ceremony in London.

International recognition for latest book

19 January 2018

Academic’s latest book shortlisted in travel writing awards

Answering the big contemporary issues effectively: Shaping best practice for Sciences and Humanities Collaborations

15 January 2018

Experts across the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University are working together to identify best practice to help government and third sector organizations think in innovative ways about interdisciplinary collaboration.

Under the lens

9 January 2018

New book takes a fresh look at modernist writing and photography

New PhD Studentship in collaboration with Welsh Government

21 December 2017

The School of English, Communication and Philosophy and the School of Welsh are pleased to announce a new ESRC studentship for a PhD project on Welsh sociolinguistics

Professor Mark Llewellyn

Former Director of Research at AHRC joins Cardiff University

13 December 2017

Professor Mark Llewellyn to catalyse and advise on research funding opportunities

Understanding how communication shapes societies

7 December 2017

Action in the Superdiverse City shares latest research on law and sport at Network Assembly in final stage of international, interdisciplinary project

The EU flag

Stories from the cliff-edge: Brexit and Me

7 December 2017

A public event which highlights the personal effect of Brexit is taking place as part of Cardiff University’s Cardiff Speaks Initiative.

Poet Claire Williamson receives her prize from judge Lemm Sissay

Poetry please! Student’s poetry highly commended at prestigious awards

27 November 2017

The poetry of Creative Writing PhD candidate Claire Williamson has been receiving critical praise.

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WordNet Cymraeg helps lay foundations for Welsh language technologies

23 November 2017

New project to develop a new Welsh language database

Olion

Universities must work more flexibly for arts and humanities research to have greater value

22 November 2017

Project analysed arts and humanities partnerships between universities and organisations in South West England and South East Wales

Trousers

Who wore the trousers?

22 November 2017

From Bloomers to Land Girls, new online archive celebrates women taking strides across history

Raising the bar above the shouting match

25 October 2017

How to break hard-wired habits of arrogance and polarisation in debate

“Bloodless death” of a landmark British poet

100 years on, poet’s “bloodless death” mystery solved

19 October 2017

Unlocking the mystery of the death of a Welsh Poet of the Great War through combining research techniques from Literature and Forensic Science

The Philosophy of Kant and Rawls

6 October 2017

Leading academics discuss two of the world’s most eminent philosophers and their continuing influence at a special two-day symposium.