Two PhD students from the School of History have co-curated a new exhibition exploring the legacies of the First World War.
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The Call for Papers for the twenty-sixth International Medieval Congress (IMC) held annually at the University of Leeds, with the Special Thematic Strand 'Materialities', is currently open.
A free exhibition takes you back in time telling the stories of the families who experienced the First World War and exploring themes of Starts at 1:00 am.
The Imperial Afterlives network, a White Rose collaboration, will be hosting a talk by Professor Philippa Levine (University of Texas, Austin) on 27th September 2018 Starts at 4:15 pm.
A colloquium to remember Gordon Forster, former Leeds academic and founder of Northern History. Starts at 1:00 am.
Specialises in contemporary Chinese history, with a geographic focus on Manchuria and research emphasis on Northeast Asian interactions in the early Cold War (1945-1960).
Research student profile
Thesis: The representation of Great Britain in Fascist Italy