Catriona Pennell, lecturer in modern history at Cardiff University, is lecturing on "Going to War" as part of the ten-part Thomas Davis lecture series.
Cardiff archaeologists Professor Douglass Bailey and Dr Steve Mills have won £108,000 worth of funding from the European Commission to participate in a pan-European project on landscapes, art and heritage.
At the Sixth World Archaeological Congress (WAC) Cardiff archaeologist Andrew Cochrane will contribute to the first ever WAC Fringe 30 June – 4 July 2008 to celebrate growing research synergies between artists, archaeologists and crafts practitioners.
Cardiff University Archaeology have two projects registered as part of National Archaeology Week 2008.
Archaeology postgraduate Frances Liardet has won a prestigious Rakow Grant from the Corning Museum of Glass, New York. For her PhD research, Frances is studying a group of glass vessels from the Mediterranean known as alabastra and dating to the 6th-5th centuries BC.