The annual Arts and PVAC Expo returned earlier this month to promote employability opportunities for students across the two faculties.
Tutors and students in the School of History were shocked and immensely saddened by the tragic news of Matt Cragg's untimely death on the 5th October 2014.
This seminar is part of the School of History's Health, Medicine and Society research series 2014/15, and will be given by Hilary Marland from the University of Warwick Starts at 5:00 pm.
Le Patourel Room (Parkinson 406) and open with tea at 17.00HR. Presentation begin at 17.30. For further information please contact Emilia Jamroziak E.M.Jamroziak@leeds.ac.uk Starts at 2:00 pm.
The British Empire in southern Africa; colonial Bechuanaland; race and segregation; African elites and white settlers; nationalism, culture and identity; chiefly politics, agrarian life.
Alex is a third year Joint Honours student studying History and Spanish. As part of her degree she is spending her year abroad in Seville as a British Language Teaching Assistant.