A study by researchers from the School of Media and Communication has discovered that the BBC’s Question Time special may have swung more than a million people’s votes in June’s General Election.
A landmark study by the British Academy has found that graduates of art, humanities and social sciences degrees gain particular skills that allow them to thrive in a wide range of careers.
Dr Joanna Phillips, a University of Leeds alumnus, delivered a public lecture at Barley Hall, York about how bodily suffering was seen as a form of religious devotion during the crusades.
Arabic, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies (AIMES) at Leeds ranked first by subject in 2016/17 National Student Survey among institutions for which data is available.
On Monday, 13 November 2017, the IMS was delighted to welcome the Vice-Chancellor, Sir Alan Langlands, the celebrate the launch of our 50th anniversary exhibition.
Regina Lee Blaszczyk has spoken with the Yorkshire Post discussing her new book, Fashionability.
To celebrate National Authors Day (1 November), Oxford University Press put together a slideshow to celebrate authors at events.
James Titterton, third-year IMS PG Researcher, presented a poster which was voted 'Most Popular Poster' by the conference delegates at the Arts, Humanities and Cultures Poster Conference 2017.
Professor Smith, a visiting scholar in AIMES, wins the prestigious award.