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Fiction Fiesta 2016

Best of Latin American poetry comes to Wales

13 October 2016

Fiction Fiesta 2016 lands in Cardiff during One World Week

sculpture of Aristotle

Science Café talks Aristotle

10 October 2016

Cardiff University academics contribute to BBC Radio Wales’ Science Cafe

BAVS 2016

Consuming (the) Victorians: BAVS 2016

31 August 2016

The annual British Association for Victorian Studies (BAVS) conference comes to Cardiff.

Crow

Fright of your life

25 August 2016

World premiere for Cardiff academic’s supernatural thriller

Dickensian

Dickensian: behind the scenes

24 August 2016

Unique chance to explore behind the scenes of popular TV series Dickensian at Cardiff exhibition

Welsh language letters in wood

Eisteddfod showcase for Welsh language project

27 July 2016

Contributors will record and upload the language as used in real life

On Air

Not Suitable for Children

20 July 2016

BBC Radio 3 programme kicks off academic’s summer on the airwaves

Tales from the Crypt or Tintin: What really is Not Suitable for Children?

15 July 2016

A Cardiff University academic explores stories for children that have sent adults into a spin in a new BBC Radio 3 feature.

PhD student Nathan Llewelyn Munday

Cardiff postgraduate scoops New Welsh Writing Award

8 July 2016

A Cardiff University PhD student has been awarded second prize in the 2016 New Welsh Writing Awards.

UK’s largest Philosophy conference comes to Cardiff University

24 June 2016

The Aristotelian Society and Mind Association Joint Session is one of three major philosophy conferences Cardiff University will host this July

Hay Festival 2015

Bringing Dahl home

6 June 2016

Wales of the Unexpected at the Hay Festival

William Shakespeare

How prayer shaped Shakespeare

22 April 2016

Research examines playwright’s inspiration

Child reading book

Children’s Literature Festival

12 April 2016

University experts join star storytellers to celebrate the magic of literature

Peace

War, peace and the Welsh Baccalaureate

6 April 2016

New initiative complements School pupils’ learning

Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture: Can Animals Be Moral?

30 March 2016

Welsh writer and philosopher Professor Mark Rowlands visits from the University of Miami to deliver this year’s Public Lecture for Philosophy at Cardiff.

English Language and Literature rise to top 100 in the world

23 March 2016

Cardiff University has joined the world's top 100 universities for the study of English Language & Literature in the 2016 QS World University Rankings.

daffodill

St David’s Day kick off for Welsh language project

2 March 2016

As Welsh people around the world celebrated St David’s Day, a new project which aims to document contemporary use of the Welsh language got underway

Book cover

Personality and Virtue: new book explores social and moral importance of human motivation

24 February 2016

A new book co-edited by a Cardiff University philosopher analyses the nature and development of individual character traits, drawing ethical and political lessons for society today.

Lloyd Lewis

Promising Cardiff student called up for Wales Sevens

29 January 2016

Lloyd Lewis called up for the Wellington and Sydney legs of the HSBC Rugby Sevens World Series

Professor Gramich speaking at a conference

‘My People’: controversial text turns 100

9 December 2015

Leading English Literature academic Katie Gramich plays her part in the centenary of the major work of the writer once called the most hated man in Wales.