The annual event took place earlier this week to celebrate excellent student research in the Faculty of Arts
Free 3 week online course 'World War 1: Changing faces of heroism' starts March 9th
Produced by students of the Société Française, (with assistance from LCS French lecteurs) and directed by final year student, Zoe Rutter. Starts at 7:00 pm.
While theatre dominated cultural life in 18-century Venice, the city was also a place of innovation in print culture which brought both the birth of the modern Italian novel and of modern journalism. Starts at 4:00 pm.
Social protest and conflict in contemporary France; social movement theory (Alain Touraine, Pierre Bourdieu); May 1968; altermondialisme; 2008 economic crisis
Recent graduate Justine reflects on her time at Leeds including becoming a member of the Mind Matters Society, joining a local choir and teaching English in Brittany for seven months.