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we are truly a global university
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Working to make
a better future
for Wales and the world
16 December 2016
How historical research led to involvement in international policy recommendations
14 December 2016
Alumnus brings to life the great revolt of the last native Prince of Wales
21 November 2016
A new book that explores the mystery of Europe’s ‘bog bodies’ and sheds new light on our prehistoric past has scooped its second prestigious international award.
15 November 2016
Hidden Bronze Age grave treasures conserved
Tracing the impact of South African and Dutch links at turning point of global trade
28 October 2016
Understanding how religion shapes lives, politics and conflict, at home and abroad
21 October 2016
Leading Russian university academics make historic exchange visit to Wales through international scheme
20 October 2016
A century after the birth of one of their most celebrated sons, young Norwegians have visited the city where Roald Dahl was born in a flourishing of links with Cardiff University.
Sŵn turns 10 in style
10 October 2016
950 years on from the Battle of Hastings, how far did the Norman Conquest impact on diet, habits and health?
Enabling the brightest and best to explore and share their passion for past societies and religious beliefs, from prehistory to the present day.
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