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at the heart of everything we do
20 March 2018
Creative project inspired by historic hillfort site has been given a funding boost
6 March 2018
History academics lead the way in undergraduate studies
21 February 2018
Expedition seeks evidence of the outlandish route that took Carthage into Rome’s heartlands
20 February 2018
Alumnus’ latest challenge calls on principles honed in Conservation degrees
9 February 2018
What did the people who built Stonehenge eat? Those with an appetite for archaeology will be able to find out first-hand in a series of events taking place across the UK
7 February 2018
Engagement project scoops major award at the Times Higher Education Awards
29 January 2018
New book co-edited by Cardiff archaeologist examines latest bioarchaeological evidence from across Europe
15 January 2018
Experts across the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University are working together to identify best practice to help government and third sector organizations think in innovative ways about interdisciplinary collaboration.
1 December 2017
Local and international engagement work secures two major awards
10 November 2017
One of world history’s most significant defeats gets a combatants' perspective at highlight public lecture
2 November 2017
CAER Heritage Project nominated for 2017 Marsh Award
1 November 2017
Remembering Passchendaele one century on
12 October 2017
Respected globally, Conservation from the University has made a big impact at the Institute of Conservation’s first Twitter Conference.
4 October 2017
Biochemical data used for first time by Cardiff University archaeologists to reveal origin of livestock supplied to the Roman fortress in Caerleon
20 September 2017
Picture of Prehistoric Orkney changes through new scientific dating study in internationally-respected journal Antiquity.
14 September 2017
Mark Drakeford AM and Cardiff University’s Vice-Chancellor launch major community project
13 September 2017
Community-led research project reveals homes fit for heroes and the lasting effects of the First World War on a corner of Wales
5 September 2017
Attic inscriptions in UK collections to be made accessible in new project
16 August 2017
This year’s leading Theoretical Archaeology Conference comes to Wales
5 July 2017
A Cardiff historian has written a thought-provoking reassessment of medical responses to war-related psychological breakdown in the early twentieth century.
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