Recent news items involving colleagues from the Faculty.
On Thursday, 14 July 2016, two PhD students from the Institute for Medieval Studies graduated.
As part of the national Being Human Festival taking place across the UK and Leeds in November 2016, the University is partnering with Leeds GATE (Gypsy and Traveller Exchange) to stage an event ‘Challenging Hate Crime: Voices of Gypsies and Travellers’.
Induction sessions for incoming MA and PhD students in the Institute for Medieval Studies. Starts at 1:00 am.
Raluca Radulescu, Professor of Medieval Literature and Co-director of the Institute for Medieval & Early Modern Studies, Bangor University Starts at 5:30 pm.
The University of Leeds will act as a hub for this year’s Being Human festival. Starts at 1:00 am.
Cultural translations. Jewish diasporic routes, particularly Baghdadi. Life Writing (memoir, autobiography, biography). Photography, particularly in relation to suffering. The body and gender.
My research considers the therapeutic dimension of life writing for trans* people as it plays out beyond a medical narrative and in relation to political and social resistance.