Dr Nicholas Campion, a distinguished academic from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David has recently published his latest work, ‘The New Age in the Modern West: Counterculture, Utopia and Prophecy from the Late Eighteenth Century to the Present Day. A senior lecturer in the School of Archaeology, History and Anthropology and Director of the […]

Archaeology

This July I (Dr Matthew Cobb) undertook a trip to visit a number of sites of historical interest in the Eastern Desert of Egypt and on the Red Sea coast. Researching and teaching on the topic of Roman trade in the Indian Ocean and having a broader interest in how communities sustained themselves in these […]

Ancient World

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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The weekend of the 18th – 19th of October has been a busy one for the staff in the School of Classics with several of us delivering a number of research papers at the 13th F.E.R.C.A.N workshop (FONTES EPIGRAPHICA RELIGIONIS CELTICAE ANTIQVAE) and the KYKNOS Work in Progress conference. The F.E.R.C.A.N. workshop which was held […]

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One type of academic event that occurs frequently during the summer vacation is the conference, as once teaching and all the associated administration is over for the year, academics have more time to focus on their research.  Usually dedicated to one particular subject or theme, an academic conference gives academics affiliated with institutions, independent academics, […]

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The School of Classics at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David has been at the forefront of innovative pedagogies in Higher Education for several years now.  A variety of projects, from embedding employability in the curriculum through skills-related assessments to providing academic skills through one-to-one tuition, have transformed the learning and teaching landscape in […]

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All seven lecturers in the School of Classics at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David are research active and, come the Christmas and Summer vacations, are often to be found in museums and libraries, and on archaeological sites around the world, beavering away on research for conference papers, articles, and books.  Sometimes, though, this […]

Ancient World