On this page you will find information about events that took place during 2010.
Research Seminars & Lectures
History Research & Welsh History Society Seminars - 2010/11
St Fagans National History Museum, Cardiff, CF5 6XB (4 miles west of Cardiff City Centre, just off the A4232)
Life Stories is a FREE one day community event exploring the value and popularity of stories about people's life experiences.
Aberdare Hall, Corbett Road, Cardiff
A reunion event for graduates of the School of History & Archaeology and the School of Religious & Theological Studies.
9 October 2010
Cardiff University’s Centre for the Study of Islam in the UK and the Muslim Council of Wales, host a photo-lecture by the award-winning British Muslim photographer, Peter Sanders, on the theme ‘The Art of Integration: Islam in our Green and Pleasant Land’ on Saturday 9 October 2010.
Cardiff University, Glamorgan Building, room 0.85
Approaches to Ancient Medicine Conference provides a forum in which younger scholars or research students and more established scholars can meet to exchange ideas and discuss the latest developments in the field.
Priory Field, Caerleon, South Wales
Archaeologists from Cardiff University will be joined by staff and students from UCL for the final season of excavation on the Priory Field site at Caerleon this summer.
This day symposium explores how and why we incorporate analogical insights into our theorising of Neolithic worlds. Papers are encouraged to confront the impact and challenges of an analogical approach to these theories.
Free family learning day at Cosmeston Medieval Village to celebrate National Adult Learner's Week.
Saturday 22nd May 2010 10:30am-3:30pm
The 2010 Classical Association Annual Conference was hosted by Cardiff University. With over 415 delegates, this was the best attended CA conference since its inception in 1903.
Icon the UK institute for Conservation will hold their first ever conference in Cardiff University, titled Conservation in Focus 2010, or CF10 for short. The themes of the conference will be: evidence based decision making in conservation and a sustainable future for UK conservation.
Professor Jonathan Phillips will present the 2010 Henry Loyn Memorial Lecture on Wednesday 10th March at 6pm in the Julian Hodge Building with a drinks reception to follow.