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An archive of events from the School over recent years.
Prof Peter Hennessy is Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History at Queen Mary, University of London and a Fellow of the British Academy. He is the author of several books, including Whitehall (1989) and Having It So good: Britain In The Fifties (2006).
Friday 30 November 2012, 1pm
Room 0.31, Humanities Building, Cardiff University
Jill Harries is Professor of Ancient History at the University of St Andrews. Her latest book, Imperial Rome, AD 284-363: the New Empire, (2012) discusses Constantine in the context of the development of imperial rule in the early fourth century, and his contribution to the rise of Christianity as the dominant religion of the Roman world.
Wednesday 14 November, 5.10pm
Lecture Theatre 2.01, Humanities Building
School of Optometry and Visual Sciences
Professor Robert Darnton, Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor at Harvard University and Director of the Harvard University Library, delivered Cardiff University’s Distinguished lecture on the subject of Jefferson’s Taper and the Future of Books to a capacity audience at the School of Optometry and Vision Sciences.
Visit an archaeological dig and find out about our Roman past.
St Fagans National History Museum, Cardiff, CF5 6XB (4 miles west of Cardiff City Centre, just off the A4232)
Life Stories is a FREE one day community event exploring the value and popularity of stories about people's life experiences.
Aberdare Hall, Corbett Road, Cardiff
A reunion event for graduates of the School of History & Archaeology and the School of Religious & Theological Studies.
Over three days leading scholars in the field delivered papers on the writings of Julian. Each scholar focused on a particular text (or set of texts, e.g. Julian’s letters). The conference also embraced a chronological and thematic approach to Julian’s writings.
Julian Hodge Lecture Theatre
The Cardiff School of History and Archaeology will host the Cardiff 125 Celebrations Lecture on Tuesday 19th May by Professor Linda Colley.
This event will focus specifically on recent research on the southern British ‘midden’ sites of the first half of the first millennium BC.
A conference to discuss the historical impact of the life, work and influence of J.K. Galbraith, to be held in Cardiff University in September 2008
Proceedings of this 2001 conference were published in 2007. The event explored a range of approaches to the built environment of the Mediterranean world from the Neolithic through to the Roman period, with the aim of relating archaeological evidence to the wider historical context.
The Early Medieval Archaeology Student Symposium will create a constructive forum for researchers to express, discuss and explore new research and ideas in an interactive environment. The symposium will explicitly aim to cross traditional period/institutional/theoretical divides to allow discussion between researchers of diverse expertise and perspectives. This symposium will aim to provide a forum for researchers to present ideas and thoughts informally without the pressure of producing complete research ready for publication.
A one-day conference for classics and ancient history postgraduates studying in Wales and the south-west of England.
International Council for Archaeozoology (ICAZ) session about the role of wild animals in farming.