Yn y Drindod Dewi Sant, anogwn ein myfyrwyr israddedig ac ôl-raddedig i fanteisio ar bob cyfle i fynychu cynadleddau academaidd. Yn y darn hwn, clywn gan Justin McLean am ei brofiadau ef a Troy Wilkinson yn y gynhadledd ‘Defining Space: The Frontier in Ancient History’ yn yr Almaen y llynedd. Ym mis Medi, mynychais ‘Defining Space: […]

Ancient World

At UWTSD, we encourage our undergraduates and postgraduates to take every chance to attend academic conferences. In this post, we hear from Justin McLean about his and Troy Wilkinson’s experiences at ‘Defining Space: The Frontier in Ancient History’ in Germany last year. In September, I attended ‘Defining Space: The Frontier in Ancient History,’ a summer school hosted by the University of Oldenburg, with my fellow […]

Ancient World

This weeks blog is from Dr Thomas Jansen, Lecturer in Chinese Studies, who recently ran the European Association Chinese Studies (EACS) Summer School “Hidden in Plain Sight: Materiality, Meaning and Accessibility of Chinese Objects in Local Collections” (4-9 September 2017) at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Lampeter, UK. Final Report Chinese objects often […]

Chinese Studies

This week’s blog is by Frances McManus, a second-year student taking a BA in Anthropology and Chinese Studies At the Centre for Alternative Technology in Machynlleth, we had an overnight stay which was both educational and (for me) very refreshing. We were given a tour of the grounds, background information on CAT, a lecture on the goal […]

Anthropology

Last Saturday the School of Classics went on its annual autumn day trip. Whereas last year we stayed on our side of the border and explored Caerleon and Caerwent, this year we ventured a little further afield to the Roman Baths of Bath Spa. This gave students taking Dr Ralph Haeussler’s Britain in the Western […]

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In April the School of Classics ran a fieldtrip to the city of Rome attended by 28 second and third year students and four staff (Jane, Matt, Errietta and Magdalena). During the weeklong trip (in which we had a balmy 20 degrees on average) we visited a variety of different monuments and sites, ranging from […]

Ancient World