The brilliant Michael John Goodman, a PhD student at Cardiff University, was on BBC Radio Wales this evening discussing Shakespeare and Wales.
Listen-in here at 20.30 mins (Radio Wales Arts Show):
Excited to find Cardiff’s most exciting bookshop online at
For an eclectic mix of second hand books, first editions, comics, annuals, magazines and all manner of other reading materials, then visit Troutmark Books.
The capital city’s Number One second hand bookshop can be found at 39-43 Castle Arcade, Cardiff. Our colourful variety of books are displayed over three floors, alphabetically or by category, making it easy for you to browse through and find something unusual.
Dr Ruth Ahnert, of Queen Mary, London, will be delivering a paper on Research Network Theory and Early Modern letter collections – specifically what network analysis can inform us about the underground community of Protestants living in England during the reign of Mary I.
‘Network Theory and Early Modern Archive’
April 3rd, Thursday, 5.15pm in room 2.48
Info on Shakespeare, Renaissance literature and other useful library and research stuff.
Group for Early Modern Studies
Anne Sophie Refskou
A blog about Cardiff, its people, and the alternative arts and cultural scene!
Cities. Culture. Regeneration. PhD Musings.
18th September 2015, Cardiff University
An Early Career Academic with special expertise in English Literature & emerging expertise in Creative Economy
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the history of 'the unruly sort of clowns' and other early modern peculiarities
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