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Alice Moon, Zak Tamlyn and Claire Tuttle dressed up ready for the Jailbreak challenge

Jailbreak 2016

9 March 2016

How far could you get on your wit and charm alone?

Offa's Dyke

New revelations about Offa’s Dyke revealed

9 March 2016

Fifty years after Sir Cyril Fox’s seminal work, a new major study of the ancient linear earthwork Offa’s Dyke is to be launched at Cardiff University.

front cover of Midnight's Children

BBC New Generation Thinker to give School's first Distinguished Research Lecture

9 March 2016

‘Ain’t it a ripping night’: Alcohol & the Legacies of Empire in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children’ begins the School of History, Archaeology and Religion’s new Distinguished Research Lecture series.

Student running

PhD student’s three major races

9 March 2016

Rhiannon’s runs motivated by grandmother’s illness

Senedd Building in Cardiff Bay

Understanding the Welsh elections

9 March 2016

University launches new online projects to help public better understand forthcoming Welsh Assembly Elections

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New Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences

7 March 2016

Professor Valerie Walkerdine and Professor Malcolm Williams have both been conferred with the Award of Fellow

National Museum Cardiff

Cardiff Professor appointed as National Museum’s Head of Research

4 March 2016

Cardiff University's Professor Bella Dicks has been appointed as Head ofCardiff University's Professor Bella Dicks has been appointed as Head of Research for Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales.

Postcards created for British Academy event

School of Modern Languages present at British Academy event on mobility, identity and translation

4 March 2016

Loredana Polezzi, Professor of Translation Studies, spoke at The British Academy in February, to present the work of the ‘Transnationalizing Modern Languages: Mobility, Identity and Translation in Modern Italian Cultures’ project.

New law and religion series launches in collaboration with Cardiff

4 March 2016

Professor Norman Doe of the Centre for Law and Religion has accepted an invitation to serve as the Editor-in-Chief for a new series of monographs which investigate and discuss the legal issues concerning religion.

Former Cardiff LLB student becomes QC

4 March 2016

Philip Evans, long time School supporter, has taken Silk; becoming a QC (Queen’s Counsel) this February.