Professor Regina Lee Blaszczyk and Danielle Sprecher from the School of History will join a programme of speakers considering entrepreneurship in fashion at a conference this week, organised by The Enterprise of Culture (a collaborative research project funded by HERA II).
Mark Walmsley's article, "Tell It Like It Isn't: SNCC and the Media, 1960-1965," has been selected as the 2015 winner of the Ronald T. and Gayla D. Farrar Award in Media & Civil Rights History.
Medieval Studies in the Digital Age Seminar and Workshop Series. Everyone is welcome but spaces will be limited so we ask you to register via Eventbrite for each event. Tea and Coffee at 17.30HR Starts at 5:30 pm.
Emotional Memory and the Writing of History: Medieval Catalan Perspectives Starts at 5:15 pm.
UK foreign policy under Margaret Thatcher; French and European security and defence policies; French external relations and military interventions during the Fifth Republic; Peace operations
Stacie-Leigh graduated in July 2014 and reflects on her time at Leeds including her involvement with HistSoc, the University's History Society.