Mae pob erthygl a phapur sy’n cael eu derbyn ar gyfer ein cyhoeddiadau yn cael eu hadolygu’n llawn gan gymheiriaid cyn eu cyhoeddi.
Rhestrir teitlau ein cyhoeddiadau cyfredol isod. Dewiswch logo i fynd yn syth i dudalen hafan y cyhoeddiad.
I osgoi unrhyw ddryswch, dim ond yn Saesneg y disgrifir cyhoeddiadau nad ydynt yn cyhoeddi erthyglau yn Gymraeg.
This journal, established by the Centre for the History of Religion in Asia (CHRA), Cardiff University, publishes research papers, translations and reviews in the field of Asian literature. The journal’s content will be of interest to academics, professionals in related fields such as theatre and storytelling, and the general public.
Launched in January 2017, The British Student Doctor is a general medical journal featuring articles written by UK medical students. The journal publishes original research and systematic reviews, and provides a platform for students to express original thought and reflections on clinical practice, student life and medical education.
This online journal is dedicated to high-quality innovative academic work in journalism, media and cultural studies.
JLARC is edited by members and associates of the Cardiff University Centre for Late Antique Religion and Culture (CLARC). Coverage includes the study of religion and culture from the late Hellenistic Period to the early Middle Ages across the Mediterranean and surrounding areas, and in relation to earlier and later periods, particularly Classical Antiquity and the modern world.
The Journal of Antipoetry Studies was established following a successful international conference at Cardiff University in 2014. The bilingual journal will publish original academic research in English and Spanish on the concept and practice of antipoetry. Focusing on the oeuvre of Chilean antipoet Nicanor Parra, the journal will also feature research on related poets and artistic currents in other languages.
The Journal of Corpora and Discourse Studies (J-CaDS) will be dedicated to the rapidly growing field of corpus-assisted discourse studies (CADS), that is discourse analysis which incorporates the use of language corpora.
This online journal is committed to foregrounding innovative Romantic-studies research into bibliography, book history, intertextuality and textual studies. The journal accepts publications across a variety of formats including peer-reviewed articles, research reports, bibliographical checklists, biographical author profiles and book reviews.
This journal enables postgraduates, early career researchers and established academics to disseminate their research. The journal promotes interdisciplinary discussion, and provides the opportunity to publicise work to a wide and varied readership.
This is the journal of the Welsh Economy Research Unit (WERU) at Cardiff Business School. Its aim is to provide an authoritative and objective analysis of the Welsh economy in a manner that promotes understanding and informs decision-making.
This electronic information service, updated daily, provides information on:
• the institutions and activities of the European Union
• the countries, regions and other international organisations of Europe
• issues pertinent to European researchers, citizens and stakeholders
Mae llawer o gynadleddau rhyngwladol yn y meysydd ymchwil ac addysg yn cael eu cynnal ym Mhrifysgol Caerdydd. Rydym yn cynnig llwyfan ar gyfer cyhoeddi trafodion cynadleddau ar gyfer digwyddiadau a gynhelir ym Mhrifysgol Caerdydd. I gael rhagor o wybodaeth, cysylltwch â ni yn GwasgPrifysgolCaerdydd@caerdydd.ac.uk
Cyfres papurau gwaith
Mae Prifysgol Caerdydd yn gartref i amrywiaeth eang o grwpiau a sefydliadau ymchwil, a gall y Wasg gynnig llwyfan ar gyfer cyhoeddi cyfresi papurau gwaith / adroddiadau. I gael rhagor o wybodaeth, cysylltwch â ni yn GwasgPrifysgolCaerdydd@caerdydd.ac.uk
In the design-based research sphere of architecture, the outcomes are often artefacts in the form of designs, exhibitions, components and buildings. The Working Papers in Design Based Research series has been devised as a platform for further detailed dissemination of such works in the form of working papers.