In a new video, Writing Back pen pals catch up in person and share their experiences of participating in the nationally acclaimed letter-writing project.
Rebecca Iszatt has been invited to conduct research at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC, as part of this remarkable opportunity.
Classics at Leeds is pleased to announce the launch of a new student-led display of the University of Leeds ancient Cypriot collection.
Congratulations to Dr Pippa Marland of the School of English on being awarded a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship for her research into farming in British nature writing.
Comparative literature PhD candidate Rebecca Macklin has been recognised by Cornell University for her engagement with local Native American communities.
The Priestley International Centre for Climate is pleased to announce a new interdisciplinary PhD studentship: 'Public Perceptions of Volcanism and Atmospheric Changes, 1783-2010'.
Congratulations to Iona, whose winning text Werte Entwindet was chosen as the best literary piece in the UK and Ireland! Read Iona's report and her poem about the refugee crisis here.
Congratulations are in order across the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures, as our students achieve great success in the Leeds for Life Citizenship Awards 2018.
Staff and student excellence across the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures has been recognised in the University Partnership Awards and our own Faculty Partnership Awards for 2018.