Portuguese Studies in the UK

05/05/2015, 14:00 - 18:00

An afternoon of research and discussion to celebrate the International Portuguese Language Day

Diversity Day: The Paula Principle by Professor Schuller

14/05/2015, 13:00 - 14:30
Hadyn Ellis Building

Professor Schuller explains the Paula Principle: that working women tend to stick at a level below that of their full competence or qualification.

School of Modern Languages Seminar Series: Seminar 1

20/05/2015, 17:00 - 19:00
John Percival Building

“Translation and Memory: Multilingual Tours in the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum” and “Bringing the Message to LGBTQ Youth around the World? Online Activism, Translation and Cultural Work”

School of Modern Languages Seminar Series: Seminar 2

26/05/2015, 16:00 - 18:00
John Percival Building

Alastair Hemmens: “Dead Labour: Towards a New Critical Theory of “Work” and Angelo Silverstri: “Political use of religion versus religious use of politics. A comparative study on the power of the Church and its prelates in Cremona and Lincoln from the mid XI to the mid XIII century”.

Society for French Studies Conference

29/06/2015 - 01/07/2015, All Day
John Percival Building

The Society for French Studies is holding its annual conference in Cardiff. For further details, please see

Never Work Conference

10/07/2015, All Day
Sir Martin Evans Building

“A corpse rules society – the corpse of labour.” – Manifesto Against Work, Krisis-Group
This conference is funded as part of the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship

School of Modern Languages Graduation 2015

15/07/2015, 13:15 - 14:30
Sir Martin Evans Building

For those whose home school is Modern Languages (MLANG) the graduation ceremony will take place on Wednesday 15th July at St David’s Hall. Full details regarding the graduation ceremony are available on the University Graduation pages. If Modern Languages (MLANG) is your associate school, please check the date and time of your Graduation Ceremony on the University Graduation page: