Poet, playwright and PhD student Rommi Smith takes part in Melvyn Bragg’s latest series. This episode, The Radical North, examines the radical movements that sprang from the region.
Dr David Higgins writes about the Holocene and Anthropocene periods and how the climate during the Romantic period affected literature, particularly during the ‘year without summer’ of 1816.
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Medieval literature: in particular translation studies, gender studies, romance, hagiography, devotional literature, Anglo-Norman, Hoccleve, Malory, medievalism, material culture.
2nd year student Emily talks about her time at Leeds so far including becoming an Undergraduate Research Scholar, studying Medieval Literature for the first time and visiting the Yorkshire Dales.