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History through a Lens – German Film

History Student Fieldtrip to Germany, July 2011 Visit to the Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen (German Cinematheque – Museum for Film and Television) Along with history, film has always been one of my greatest passions. One of … Continue reading

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Crucifixion in Cilfynydd

THE HISTORY SOCIETY PRESENTS … GARETH WILLIAMS The image of Wales as ‘the land of song’ is based on the renown and immense popularity of its choral singing, particularly among the coalfield communities of the valleys. This period was also … Continue reading

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Desperate Remedies?

The History Society Presents … Alun Withey What was it like to experience illness or surgery during the seventeenth century? This was a time when trained doctors were rare, surgery excruciatingly painful, if not fatal, and remedies concocted from a … Continue reading

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The History Society Presents …

Fiona Reid Glamorgan University’s new History Society has been a huge success: membership is growing and the Society has led the first of many expeditions, to the British Museum’s Moctezuma Exhibition. The next enterprise is a series of guest lectures, … Continue reading

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The beginnings of a new society

The History Society has been resurrected this year by a group of students who call themselves ‘The History Boys’: enthusiasts who enjoy any subject with historical significance. The society has taken off with an excellent response from the student body … Continue reading

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