Past events

15 November 2017

Creu’r Gymru Broffesiynol – Trafodaeth ar rôl graddedigion y Gymraeg yn y gweithle cyfoes

18:00 - 20:00

Fe’ch gwahoddir i ddigwyddiad lansio gradd newydd Ysgol y Gymraeg, Prifysgol Caerdydd, BA Cymraeg a’r Gweithle Proffesiynol. Cynhelir sesiwn holi ac ateb yn ystod y noson ac mae cyfle i westeion anfon cwestiwn ymlaen llaw wrth ymateb i’r gwahoddiad.

Creating the Professional Wales - A discussion on the role of Welsh graduates in the contemporary workplace

18:00 - 20:00
Hadyn Ellis Building

You are invited by the School of Welsh, Cardiff University to a launch event for the new degree BA Welsh and the Professional Workplace. A ‘question time’ session will be held during the evening. Attendees are invited to submit a question for the panel with their reply.

World Talk Lecture Series: What's Going on in Catalonia and Spain?

17:00 - 19:00
Glamorgan Building

The second talk in a new series of events on topics of current interest in various countries around the world, this time with Dr Andrew Dowling (Cardiff School of Modern Languages) about what’s happening in Catalonia and Spain.

Japanese Seminar Series: Japanese People’s “Kodawari” Behaviour: Strength and Weakness

17:00 - 18:10
School of Modern Languages

The first event in the Japanese Seminar Series, starting with a seminar about Japanese people’s kodowari behaviour by Dr Katsuki Aoki (Meiji University, Japan).

"Hans Schleif – eine Spurensuche" Performance + Discussion with Director Julian Klein & Actor Matthias Neukirch

17:00 - 20:00
Glamorgan Building

A performance of the much acclaimed play “Hans Schleif – eine Spurensuche” followed by a discussion with distinguished director Julian Klein and actor Matthias Neukirch, in partnership with the Goethe Insitut and German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

14 November 2017

'Look who's praying': Landing Mané

19:00 - 21:00
School of Music

This Jamo Jamo Arts performance reaches beyond the 1960s program of secularization (or “demystification” initially led by Sekou Touré’s socialist government in Guinea) into the regional spiritual forms that were adapted for stage performance, many of which are still performed in healing rituals in community settings.

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