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Prof Mary Heimann

1989 & Beyond: The New Shape of Europe

10 April 2019

Cardiff historian takes part in UK event taking stock of European developments

possible training practices for young squires from marginal illustration from Oxford Bodleian Library manuscript 264

Postgraduate student scoops Journal prize

29 March 2019

History PhD candidate Pierre Gaite has won the De Re Militari Gillingham Prize

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Hunger Games

25 March 2019

New book explores how cannibalism has long shaped the human relationship with food, hunger and moral outrage

Artist impression of CAER Heritage Centre

£1.65m community project to reveal 6,000-year-old ‘hidden’ historic site in Cardiff

22 March 2019

Community with an inspiring heritage receives National Lottery funding

The Many Faces of Tudor Britain

Cardiff University research leads to new discoveries about the Mary Rose

14 March 2019

Archaeological analysis key to unlocking the diverse pasts of the crew

Stonehenge

Prehistoric Britons rack up food miles for feasts near Stonehenge

13 March 2019

Landmark study reveals the monumental distances travelled for national mass gatherings

Dr Emily Cock

New Generation Thinkers

5 March 2019

Cardiff archaeologist and historian selected for prestigious scheme

Jane Henderson in Myanmar

International call for Conservation expertise

18 February 2019

Experts from Cardiff deliver specialist training

Championing Her Story

18 February 2019

Championing forgotten women in Women’s History Month

IIC Council members

Modern-day Monuments Woman

13 February 2019

Cardiff Conservator elected as Secretary General to international body

Assemblage Thought and Archaeology

5 February 2019

Archaeology lecturer explores latest trends in archaeological theory in new book

Ambulance driver holding organ donation box

Empowering families with knowledge

22 January 2019

What do changes to the law on organ donation mean for Muslims?

Leadership, Authority and Representation in British Muslim Communities

8 January 2019

Centre for Study of Islam in the UK addresses key contemporary questions at special conference

Conservation student

Conservation student scoops prestigious award

14 December 2018

Outstanding MSc Conservation Practice student awarded 2018 Zena Walker Scholarship

contributors to Digging for Britain programme

Latest science reveals new secrets of multi-cultural Iron Age communities and their final rites

10 December 2018

New archaeological research challenges perceptions of Iron Age mortuary ritual

Cardiff ScienceHumanities enters next stage of development

7 December 2018

Wellcome Trust grant enables focus on Populations, Energies and Healthy Futures

Walls of hope

5 December 2018

Historian and eye witness to fall of Berlin Wall contributes to a new television series looking at some of the world’s most iconic walls.

Improving diversity in the profession of conservation

20 November 2018

Conservation alumnae join the debate

Making Connections: Stonehenge in its Prehistoric World

20 November 2018

Archaeologist undertaking PhD tells story of links between the British Isles and Europe in new exhibition at world famous heritage site

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Old Age and American Slavery

14 November 2018

Historian undertaking research for new book project