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The International Dylan Thomas Prize
RIAH Public Lecture & Event Series 2016-17
Herta Müller and the Currents of European History: A Conference
A report from the 'Litigating Women: Negotiating Justice in Courts of Law, c.1100 - c.1750' Symposium
Grass and International Literature / Grass und seine Weltliteratur
Call for Papers: 'THE ALL-SEEING EYE': Vision and Eyesight Across Time and Cultures Workshop, 2018
The James Callaghan Scholarship recognises the achievements of Yakun Yu
Media, Society and Politics in the Digital Era explored in Ph.D symposium
Universities link up for workshop which analysed China's digital politics
Swansea writer scales new literary heights with top UK publisher
Conference aims to shed light on UK & US government intelligence worlds for schools
Swansea University experts participate in International Medieval Conference
Ancient Egyptian demons encourage children to create their own heroes and villains.
Being Human festival returns to Swansea for fourth year running
Head of RIAH appointed Chair of the Consortium of Institutes of Advanced Study
Workshop on Settler Colonial Theory in Latin America and the Caribbean to be held at Swansea University
Researchers explore women's access to justice in medieval and early modern times.
Swansea experts in the spotlight at Hay Festival
MA writing alumni continue to pen their own success stories.
Swansea High Street: new project to gather memories of its vibrant history
Sally Burton visits Swansea University to view the Richard Burton Mosaic
The High Places wins £30,000 International Dylan Thomas Prize in partnership with Swansea University
Who will win the £30,000 prize? Come and share the moment!
What's on this 'Dylan Day?'
Henry Lewis Memorial Lecture 2017: 'T.H. Parry-Williams and The Great War '
How punk and Thatcherism came together in the surreal ZX Spectrum Pimania craze
Spain's freedom of speech repression is no joke
Up Close and Personal with the International Dylan Thomas Prize
Swansea academic among leading social scientists conferred as Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences
An opportunity to find out more about Bird Art in ancient Egypt
2017 International Dylan Thomas Prize shortlist set to dazzle
Volcano Fridays: writers from Syria, Charlie Hebdo and around the world feature in Swansea festival
‘Multilingualism in contemporary society’
Radio play 'Moliere Imaginaire' by D. J. Britton to be re-broadcast
'Pink Mist' by Owen Sheers to be performed on a Swansea stage
National Corpus of Contemporary Welsh
An Evening with Max Porter
Welsh speakers everywhere can contribute to a national language resource through new app
'Spies and Troublemakers' - a lecture by Aled Eirug Davies
The Roy Knight Memorial Lecture
Swansea expert gives lecture on the role of children as patients and agents of religious activity in pre-Hellenistic Egypt
My One and All: My Swansea Coast Project and Exhibition opens at the Taliesin Arts Centre
Longlist announced for the 2017 International Dylan Thomas Prize
Swansea academic looks at Gun Culture - 'Renaissance Style'
However much we complain about it, Christmas is still the most important day of the year says new book
Victorian Bakers is back for Christmas!
Public Lecture: 'The art of influence: misdirection from the 1790s to today' ~ Professor Richard Clay
Lecture by Professor M. Wynn Thomas at Swansea University
Book Launch by Prof Dai Smith at Swansea University
Swansea University historian presents brand new Channel 4 series that explores Britain's coastal archaeology
Ancient Egyptian Demons - Swansea Museum festival event
Max Porter, winner of the International Dylan Thomas Prize 2016, on literary tour of Texas
Creating writing lecturer shortlisted for V.S. Pritchett Memorial Prize 2016
From Swansea to the Senedd: Lloyd George show marches on
Judges for the 2017 International Dylan Thomas Prize announced
New centenary lecture series to be launched at Swansea University’s Great Hall
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