Ar 24 Ebrill, daeth myfyrwyr ôl-raddedig o amrywiol gampysau a chyfadrannau Prifysgol Cymru Y Drindod Dewi Sant ynghyd ar ddiwrnod glawog yn Abertawe i rannu eu hymchwil cyfredol ar ystod eang o destunau, yn amrywio o brosesau gweithgynhyrchu ar gyfer mewnblaniadau meddygol ac archaeoleg, i ymrwymiad gweithwyr.  Yn sgil yr ystod amrywiol o bynciau a […]

Ancient World

On the 24th of April, postgraduate students from across the various campuses and faculties of University of Wales Trinity St David gathered together on a rainy morning in Swansea to share their current research on a broad range of topics, ranging from manufacturing processes for medical implants and archaeology to employee engagement.  The diverse range […]

Ancient World

In this blog post we are finding out more about one of the newest members of staff at UWTSD, Dr Tim Baylor, Lecturer in Theology and Religion   Where were you before you came to UWTSD?  I am originally from the United States, where I served as a Christian minister for several years. For the […]

Religion

This week’s blog is by Dr Errietta Bissa, a Senior Lecturer in Ancient History at UWTSD Lampeter. Dr Bissa has recently edited a book on ancient economics; below she explores the roles of monopolies in the ancient world. When thinking about the ancient world, the question of state intervention in the economy is not something […]

Ancient World

Today’s blog is by Prof. Janet Burton, a Professor of Medieval History at UWTSD Lampeter. She recently went on a trip to Venice, where she explored the Medieval churches of the city.     It was an opportunity not to be missed. A friend (and former Lampeter colleague) suggested a few days in Venice. As she […]

History

Dr Shadaab Rahemtulla is a Lecturer in Inter-Faith Studies and World Religions at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. He recently published a book entitled Qur’an of the Oppressed: Liberation Theology and Gender Justice in Islam   To coincide with the book’s publication, Dr Rahemtulla wrote a blog post for Oxford University Press’ blog, entitled […]

Religion