Adam Cathcart speaks to the Guardian about how Kim Jong-un's multilingual, well-travelled older brother might have helped the country towards reform.
Exciting and flexible post-doc position as an Engagement Fellow on ‘Living with Dying: Everyday Cultures of Dying within Family Life in Britain, c.1900s-1950s’ project. The closing date is the 7 March
We are looking for a new Lecturer in International History, the role will focus on post-1945 history. The closing date for this role is the 1st March.
Part of the Health, Medicine and Society Research Group seminar series, this talk will be given by Professor Manuel Barcia Paz Starts at 4:00 pm.
Sunny Harrison, Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds Starts at 5:15 pm.
The second event in the Conversations in Black History seminar series. The Leeds premiere of the documentary Every Cook Can Govern will be followed by a roundtable Q&A. Starts at 6:15 pm.
Nineteenth and twentieth-century colonialism in Southeast Asia, focusing particularly on British Burma
Research student profile
Thesis: Born to rule the seas: The 1830s and the genesis of the U.S Navy as a professional, global power