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.
This two-day conference has been organised by the School of History's Health, Medicine and Society research group. Starts at 9:00 am.
The Italian Renaissance; Florentine history; 15th-century Italian historiography; Renaissance education.
Recent graduate Hugo discusses why he chose Leeds, tells us abut his year abroad in Spain and how he joined the peer mentor scheme to pass on useful information to first year students.