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Nicholas Jones

Public lecture: The Art of Class War

24 October 2023

An illustrated public lecture by Cardiff University Honorary Professor and former BBC Labour, Industrial, and Politics Correspondent Nicholas Jones.

When gaming meets Cardiff history

23 October 2023

Using video games to engage with the history and heritage of Cardiff and southeast Wales

Dr Emiliano Trere

Dr Emiliano Treré scoops journal article of the year at MeCCSA awards

5 October 2023

Co-authored article wins Outstanding Achievement Award with investigation of digital resistance against algorithm driven platforms in China.

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Future forms of intimacy to be explored at new research conference

28 September 2023

The Call for Papers for the 2024 Future of Intimacy conference has opened.

Screen sector receives green funding boost

20 September 2023

Media Cymru working with Ffilm Cymru Wales to help industry achieve net-zero carbon emissions

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Students visit USA as part of Urdd Gobaith Cymru’s anti-racism message

6 September 2023

This year marks 60 years since the bombing of the 16th St Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama

Collective Experiences in the Datafied Society

Rewatching the Data Justice Conference

11 July 2023

The three plenary sessions of the third Data Justice Conference are available to watch on YouTube.

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South Wales media sector experienced £20m in additional revenue and 400 new jobs following research and development programme

21 June 2023

Findings present framework for achieving successful innovations in the creative industries

Data Justice Lab

Data Justice Lab’s world-leading conference is back

12 June 2023

‘Collective Experiences in the Datafied Society’ will explore impacts, lived experiences and forms of resistance in relation to datafication.

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New bursaries for News and Data Journalism students.

24 May 2023

In addition to a generous financial bursary of £9000, administered as a fee discount, the Foundation offers mentoring support for the duration of your studies.