Sword-bearing knights, costumed dancers, and craftspeople will all descend on Leeds next week (3-6 July) for the 24th annual International Medieval Congress (IMC) at the University of Leeds.
Charlotte Tomlinson, a PGR student in the School of History has launched The Hull Blitz Trail, a new heritage walking trail in Hull which explores local stories of the Second World War in the city.
We are looking for a Lecturer in African Studies, 3 years fixed term. The closing date for this role is the 10th July
Darcus Howe (1943-2017) was perhaps the most prominent radical black journalist and activist in the post-war period in the UK. This event will discuss his legacy for international politics today. Starts at 7:30 pm.
Between 1936 and 1939 around 40,000 antifascists fought in Spain and most of these volunteers were Europeans. This conference explores what happened to these volunteers during World War Two. Starts at 9:00 am.
The IMC is firmly established as the interdisciplinary forum for debate in all areas of medieval studies. The IMC comprises a 4-day programme of sessions, round tables, lectures, and public events. Starts at 1:00 am.
Imperial history; Settler colonial history; African history; Decolonisation; History of the Emotions; History of Psychiatry
Research student profile
The Crusades; History of Medieval Medicine; Chronicles; Medieval Warfare; Kingship