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7 July 2016
A leading historian gives a fresh perspective on the notorious World War One battle involving Welsh volunteers.
23 June 2016
Cardiff academic’s new book scoops international award
20 June 2016
Cardiff historian makes 2016 Royal Historical Society awards shortlist
21 April 2016
How song inspired by William Blake’s poetry became an anthem for patriots and suffragettes
7 April 2016
Scottish Red Deer have European ancestors
11 March 2016
Switching Celtic capitals, alumnus Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones returns to Cardiff this year in a new professorial post in the School of History, Archaeology and Religion.
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.
‘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.
Rhiannon’s runs motivated by grandmother’s illness
2 March 2016
Research reveals the diverse and unusual ways dead people were treated more than 2,000 years ago
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