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22 May 2017
Referendum fallout is among Cardiff University events at 30th Hay Festival
19 May 2017
Chuck Rapoport has been recognised for his reporting from the traumatised community of Aberfan in 1966.
Researchers from across the University pick up prestigious medals from the Learned Society of Wales
18 May 2017
The best of contemporary Latin American poetry and two of the finest living Latin American writers will feature at this year’s Hay Festival, in events curated by the University’s Director of Creative Writing
The School of Law and Politics at Cardiff University is sad to note the passing of Rhodri Morgan, who was the First Minister of Wales from 2000-2009.
17 May 2017
Music at Cardiff has risen 2 places in the Guardian league tables
£88,000 awarded by National Lottery
Professor of Political Philosophy and International Relations, David Boucher has been appointed as Vice-President (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) of The Learned Society of Wales.
16 May 2017
Pupils in rural parts of Wales to connect with student mentors
12 May 2017
Two MA students from the School of Welsh are celebrating new jobs in the world of professional translation
The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is a vibrant, diverse and inspiring community, spanning 10 academic Schools and committed to excellence in teaching and research.