This Sunday, don't miss Dr Denis Flannery talking about his highly popular module exploring the work of David Bowie on BBC Radio 6 Music.
This September, researchers from the Land Lines project will host acclaimed nature writer Philip Hoare for two events celebrating our relationship to the ocean.
All staff and students are warmly invited to this semester’s events. The first event will be a reading group looking at Extracts from John Aikin, On The Application of Natural History to Poetry (1777) Starts at 5:30 pm.
The Leeds Centre for Medical Humanities presents:OUR POSTHUMAN VULNERABILITY, a talk by Dr. Christine Daigle, Director, Posthumanism Research Institute, Brock University. All welcome! Starts at 11:00 am.
Medieval literature: in particular translation studies, gender studies, romance, hagiography, devotional literature, Anglo-Norman, Hoccleve, Malory, medievalism, material culture.
Although Naomi toyed with the idea of doing a PhD for a long time, she has decided to return to academia later and is pursuing a career in PR that puts her MA to use.