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Enlightenment England - Can a society be tolerant without being secular?

17 February 2020

First book by Cardiff historian gives a new take on England in the wake of the bloody religious wars of 17th-century Europe

Expanding postgraduate provision with new pathways

17 February 2020

Language Planning and Policy programme draws on School’s expertise and international reputation in language and linguistic fields

Dr Arlene Sierra

In Residence with the Utah Symphony

12 February 2020

Professor Arlene Sierra has been named Composer-in-Association with the Utah Symphony

Taking a fresh look at Revolutionary Europe

6 February 2020

New book from Cardiff historian explores community building in long 19th century

Roger Awan-Scully sat on bench

Cardiff University academic takes on prestigious new role

6 February 2020

Appointment in recognition of political scientist’s achievements

Instagram: Home of the Selfie

5 February 2020

Is the social media platform changing the face of contemporary art and portraiture?

Secondary aged school children in class

Health and wellbeing of children in Wales under the spotlight

4 February 2020

Research examines period of transition to new curriculum

Teenage girl sat on sofa

Scale of substance misuse among adolescents in residential care revealed

30 January 2020

Study sheds light on difficulties faced by the most vulnerable young people in society

Literary Atlas art roadshow reaches its final destination

27 January 2020

Cartographic Imaginaries exhibition – commissioned as part of the Literary Atlas project – will be on display at the Pierhead building and Senedd until 17 February

New language report celebrates success of pioneering school projects

27 January 2020

Two successful initiatives pioneered at the School of Modern Languages have been cited as examples of best practice in a new report on language learning.