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Encounters with Energy

23 October 2014

Asking people to tell their own energy use stories is providing more clues on how to reduce the UK's energy demands, according to Cardiff University researchers.

Celebrating 60 years of Tolkien classic

23 October 2014

The author of a major book directly linking J.R.R. Tolkien's work to his love of Wales and the Welsh language is to join events marking the 60th anniversary of the publication of Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings trilogythis autumn.

Marriage - to change your name or not?

23 October 2014

It's a question faced when you get married. Do I change my name or not? And it's not just one women should be asking, argues a Cardiff University academic.

The Italian ambassador

Italian Ambassador visits Cardiff University

22 October 2014

The School was delighted to welcome the Italian Ambassador, cementing the close collaboration between the Italian Embassy and the School of Modern Languages.

Thomas v Thomas: Battle of the Bards

22 October 2014

Who would you consider to be Wales’ poetic heavyweight? As the world celebrates the centenary of Dylan Thomas’s birth this year, why is it that Wales’ other famous poet, R.S. Thomas, has often been forgotten?

Dr Caroline Rae features in the BBC’s latest iWonder Guide

22 October 2014

‘Love him or hate him – what’s the trouble with Brahms?’ is the question posed by a new BBC iWonder Guide presented by Tom Service in association with Dr Caroline Rae, Senior Lecturer at the School of Music.

School of Social Sciences’ unique new course accredited by the British Psychological Society

21 October 2014

A new addition to the School’s suite of Undergraduate programmes - the BSc in Human and Social Sciences – has received accreditation by the British Psychological Society (BPS).

The ethics of airbrushing

16 October 2014

A Cardiff student has won a national essay competition debating the moral case of businesses using the airbrush tool.

Dr Cahill-O'Callaghan

2014 SLS Best Paper Prize awarded to Cardiff Law researcher

16 October 2014

Dr Cahill-O'Callaghan’s paper, 'Reframing the Judicial Diversity Debate: Personal Values and Tacit Diversity', awarded the prestigious Best Paper Prize by the Society of Legal Scholars.

Professor Gillian Bristow and Dr Adrian Healy address the recovery of the eurozone economies

15 October 2014

The School’s Professor Gillian Bristow and Dr Adrian Healy have addressed the slow recovery of the eurozone economies in a new post for the Conversation.