On this page you will find information about current and forthcoming events in the School.
Research Seminars & Lectures
Palestine Exploration Fund Public Lecture Series
Title: The Walls of Medieval Ascalon
Class Photo and Prize-giving
Be part of the School Celebration
Cardiff Univerrsity: Main Building, Park Place and Glamorgan Building, King Edward VII Ave
In 2013, Cardiff University will host the 27th Annual Conference of the Society for the Study of French History. The conference will explore all manner of solidarities, entanglements and conflicts in French history and is intended to cover a broad chronological period from the early medieval, to the contemporary.
25th June, John Percival Building 3.47, at 5:30pm
Greece (and Rome) in India: the Mahābhārata and other examples.
Prof. Fernando Wulff Alonso University of Malaga
International Society for Neoplatonic Studies Annual Conference will take place in Cardiff from 12-15 June 2013. It will be hosted by the Cardiff University Centre for Late Antique Religion and Culture, School of History, Archaeology and Religion at the Conference Centre of St. Michael's College, Llandaff.
The Power of the Bishop in Western Europe (1000-1300)
Cardiff University, Wales, UK, 23-24 May 2013
Cardiff University is pleased to host this major international conference on the power of the bishop in Western Europe
during the High Middle Ages.
Professor of Archaeology David Austin, University of Wales Trinity St Davids
The O’Donnell lecture of 2013 is a conscious reflection on the experience of recording and analysing the evidence for the making of the Welsh upland landscape.
Tuesday 7 May, Start time 5.30pm in Lecture Theatre 2.03 John Percival Building
This conference will promote collaboration and dialogue between archaeological scientists. This group includes those active in environmental archaeological research and this conference will highlight this synergy.
The Old Library, The Hayes, Cardiff,
Find out about this amazing project focussing on the Iron age hillfort at Caerau
Professor Brian Roberts (Durham University)
A Mining Town in Wartime Revisited: Blaina and Nantyglo in 1942 and 1991.
The lecture will take place at 5.15pm on Tuesday 12 March 2013 in room 4.44 in the John Percival Building.
Am 5.15yp ar Ddydd Mawrth 12 Mawrth 2013 yn ystafell 4.44 Adeilad John Percival
The 7th Conference will be hosted jointly by the School of History, Archaeology and Religion Cardiff University and St Fagans National History Museum, Wales.