Seminars

Cancelled Classical Association Talk

Posted on 11 March 2016 by Laurence Totelin

Dear Colleagues, We are sorry to announce that, due to unforeseen circumstances, the following talk of the Cardiff & District Classical Association has had to be cancelled: Dr Maria Fragoulaki, Lecturer in Ancient History, Cardiff University Athenian Kleruchies Revisited: Settlement Patterns in Thucydides Monday 14th March, 5.10 pm, John Percival Building, room 2.03. Apologies for
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Adjusted Seminar Timetable for RELIG

Posted on 19 February 2016 by James Hegarty

Cardiff University School of History, Archaeology and Religion RELIGIOUS AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES: SEMINAR PROGRAMME 2015-16 – Some Thursdays at 5pm Continuing February 2016: Thursday 25th of February 5:00 0.06 John Percival: Dr. Nic Baker-Brian (Cardiff University), ‘Health and Illness in Coptic Manichaean Literature from Medinet Madi’ Thursday 10th of March at 5:00 0.06 John Percival:
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NEW NEW Seminar timetable for RELIG staff/student seminars

Posted on 26 January 2016 by James Hegarty

Semester 2: From February 2016 Thursday 25th of February 5:00 0.06 John Percival: Dr. Louise Child (Cardiff University), ‘Is Buffy a Gothic Fairytale? An Anthropological and Jungian Enquiry into the Death of Kendra the Vampire Slayer.’ Thursday 10th of March at 5:00 0.06 John Percival: Dr. Yury Arzhanov (Ruhr-Universität Bochum), “Syriac Progymnasmata: Some observations on
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UPDATED Religious and Theological Studies SEMINAR timetable

Posted on 25 January 2016 by James Hegarty

Cardiff University School of History, Archaeology and Religion RELIGIOUS AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES: SEMINAR PROGRAMME 2015-16 – Some Thursdays at 5pm   Semester 1: From November 2015 Thursday 19th of November 5:00 1.123 MAIN BUILDING: Josef Lossl (Cardiff University), ‘Augustine on True Religion’ Semester 2: From February 2016 Thursday 25th of February 5:00 0.06 John Percival:
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Religious and Theological Studies Research Seminars 2015-16

Posted on 9 November 2015 by James Hegarty

RELIGIOUS AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES: SEMINAR PROGRAMME 2015-16 – Some Thursdays at 5pm Semester 1: From November 2015 Thursday 19th of November 5:00 1.123 MAIN BUILDING: Josef Lossl (Cardiff University), ‘Augustine on True Religion’ Thursday 10th of December 5:00 0.01 John Percival: Mansur Ali (Cardiff University), title tba. Semester 2: From February 2016 Thursday 4th of
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Archaeology Research Seminars

Posted on 3 November 2015 by Ben Jervis

The remaining archaeology research seminars for this term are as follows – all start at 5.10 in room 4.45 and all are welcome to attend: 12/11/15 Dr Astrid van Oyen Storing the Future: Material and Temporal Negotiations in the Roman Empire 19/11/15 Dr James Morris Emotion, Grief, Identity and Performance: Animals in Life and Death
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Ancient History Seminars

Posted on 30 October 2015 by Laurence Totelin

Please note that this programme is provisional, as some speakers may have to be cancelled due to lack of funds. All seminars take place at 5.10pm in the John Percival Building, Cardiff University Autumn Semester 12th October, room 4.45. Dr John Curran, Queen’s University Belfast, Jesus in Josephus’ Testimonium Flavianum? 26th October, room 0.31, Classical
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Collaborative Interdisciplinary Study of Science, Medicine and the Imagination seminar series kicks off in February 2016

Posted on 30 October 2015 by Keir Waddington

Public Lecture in association with CEIR (ENCAP), 2 February 2016 Sally Shuttleworth, University of Oxford, “Diseases of Modern Life: Nineteenth Century Perspectives” Abstract: The project explores the phenomena of stress and overload, and other disorders associated in the nineteenth century with the problems of modernity, as expressed in the literature, science and medicine of the period, tracking
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