Historians working to bring the past to life through food will introduce festival goers to a 16th century delicacy with a distasteful name this weekend.
Kirsty Day a Medieval History PhD student, has been invited to give a talk at the Science Museum, London on 25th June 2014, entitled 'Nun sex. No sex?'.
Find out more about our undergraduate courses at our open days. You can chat with staff and students, attend subject talks and taster lectures, visit our accommodation and explore the campus. Starts at 9:00 am.
A free public lecture from the School of History, 5pm, 18th September 2014, in association with the History & Policy Forum on Parenting. Starts at 5:00 pm.
Late Middle English literature, especially Langland, Chaucer and Chaucer reception, Female mysticism, including Margery Kempe and Julian of Norwich, Heritage management and education, The portrayal of witchcraft in literature, medieval to modern
Undergraduate intern John tells us what he has gained from his recruitment internship, and his reasons for choosing Leeds