Rommi Smith- poet, playwright, performer and John Barnard Scholar at The University of Leeds - gives a lecture-as-performance set to music during her visiting Scholarship at City University New York
Three projects involving academics from across the Faculty have each received funding from the AHRC Translating Cultures and Care for the Future Innovation Awards on International Development.
The Playhouse Lab. Come and read The Merry Wives of Windsor. The play will be cast with students, staff and friends in an unrehearsed, improvised, script-in-hand performance. No experience required. Starts at 5:30 pm.
Dr Emily Rohrbach University of Manchester ‘In argosy transferr’d’: Voice and Dispossession in Keats and Radcliffe Starts at 5:30 pm.
Medical Humanities, especially cultural representations of disability and mental health; body augmentation; narratives of the posthuman; postcolonial heath; postcolonial encounter and settlement.
Hannah returned to Leeds to complete her fourth year after working at an integrated marketing agency for her year in industry placement. Read her story here.