The blog below was written by one of our Anthropology students, Stephany Aymerich: Well this being my first post I guess I should start by introducing myself. I am Steph, a second year student of Ancient History and Anthropology at UWTSD Lampeter. Today I am going to talk (write) about one side of my degree ANTHROPOLOGY… […]


The blog below was written by one of our Classics students, Gemma Russell: “Ahhhh!” Exclaimed Kyle as he fell off the stage with a dagger in his back. Wait a minute. I should probably give you some background into this. First let me start by saying that Kyle happens to be Dr Kyle Erickson, head […]

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A University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) student has won the prestigious Bridport Prize. Kathy Miles, a student on the MA Creative Writing course at UWTSD Lampeter achieved first place in the poems category. The mission of the Bridport Prize is to encourage emerging writers and promote literary excellence through its competition structure. It […]

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Our distance learners come from all over the globe and study post-graduate degrees from Certificates to PhDs. Dr Timothy Mallard here speaks of his experience as a distance PhD student at UWTSD at his graduation in summer 2015. Dr Mallard graduated with a PhD in Christian Ethics, and was supervised by Professors Densil Morgan and […]


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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Congratulation to Edward Hornby who was selected to present his paper on Garum at the Humanities conference for students held on Lampeter Campus in January. His work was developed as part of the module Methods and Approaches for Classics: Exploring Sustainability in the Ancient World (CLSK5002) being run by Dr Jane Draycott.   Here are […]

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This blog was written by Gemma Russell with the School of Classics. This blog recounts her experiences will undertaking the module “Research in Practice” (CLCL6004) which involved, her and another student, Chantelle Moore, being given internships at Carmarthen Museum in collaboration with Dr Jane Draycott of the School of Classics at Trinity Saint David.   […]

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