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'Looking at Lady Rhondda: A Biographical Challenge'
Broadcaster Huw Edwards champions the significance of chapels in Wales at Swansea University
From Disputed Dream to Icon of Arts Tourism -- the Building of Millennium Park, Chicago.
The Good Soldier Centenary Conference
Hafan Books Publishes New Titles
Prof Caroline Franklin gives DACE lecture on 'Jane Austen and Lord Byron'
Claire Vaye Watkins wins Dylan Thomas Prize 2013
New study of Dylan Thomas’s poetry by Swansea expert launched in Westminster
Spanish and Latin-American rhythms and women’s history at Swansea University
Professor Stefan Collini talk at Swansea University on 'Making the Case: Universities and their Publics'
Archbishop Barry Morgan and Rowan Williams discuss the poetry of R.S. Thomas
Swansea launch of 'The Poetry of Dylan Thomas'
Swansea welcomes back award-winning writer Jörg Bernig
"Dylan Unchained": Call for papers
The Promised Land? Barack Obama and Martin Luther King’s ‘Dream’
Dylan Thomas Prize Shortlist 2013 Announced
From Coal to Calon Lân: Swansea Valley stories revealed in new exhibition
Mapping out the future of the Welsh language
Swansea Academic features on BBC documentary
24/9: Swansea University briefing at the National Assembly - 'CorCenC - constructing a Welsh National Corpus'
Living the “Dream”?
Open house at Hafod-Morfa Copperworks on Saturday 14 September 2013
'The Good Soldier' centenary conference
Two actors play two writers - see the sparks fly!
Swansea University hosts leading authors from across the UK at literary weekend
Languages team to study European views of Wales
Steel Connections: Historical Records and New Research on the Steel Industry in Twentieth-Century Britain
Classics in Communities: Ancient Languages 2014 and Beyond
D J Britton's play to feature on BBC Radio 4.
Survey examining how the digital switchover has affected those with a hearing impairment
Dylan Thomas Prize Announces 2013 Longlist
Swansea University and the Treboeth Historical Society Community Event to Remember Welsh Bard, Daniel James
Dr Sue Jordan briefs National Assembly on addressing health problems resulting from adverse reactions to prescribed medicines
Swansea University to Launch Major Global Drug Policy Observatory
Honorary Research Associate presents paper on the Nine Dead Deities from the Temple of Edfu
The most important place in Welsh history? Hay Festival audience decides
Learned Society of Wales Recognises Scholarly Contribution in the Arts and Humanities, Swansea University
Swansea University Sponsors £30,000 Dylan Thomas Prize
Dr David Turner features as the academic advisor to new BBC Radio series
Midsummer Symposium on Jesuit Culture at Largest Surviving Seventeenth- Century Jesuit Missionary Library in Britain
‘The Heritage Apprentice’ – candidates now selected
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