Four Leeds students have won prizes in the 14th 'Chinese Bridge' Language Proficiency Competition held at the British Library on 21 March.
Professor Finlay's article for the THES shows the pressures on Schüddekopf, an immigrant scholar to Leeds 'who had striven for mutual understanding between Germany and Great Britain'.
The Moveable Feast is a new programme of cross-disciplinary lunchtime talks organised by the LHRI in association with the Culture Institute. Starts at 1:00 pm.
Professor Anne-Marie Paquet-Deyris (University of Paris Ouest, France) will be presenting a paper as part of the Leverhulme Trust funded seminar series 'Revisiting Cult Westerns'. Starts at 4:00 pm.
Political, utopian and fantastic thought, especially in Romanticism, the German Student Movement, Science Fiction, and in the works of Kurd Lasswitz, Hermann Hesse and Uwe Timm
Claire tells us about studying linguistics and life in Leeds, and shares her top tips for new students.