Award-winning project Writing Back, which pairs University of Leeds students with older local residents as pen pals, has been celebrated in national media throughout the festive season.
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.
Professor Stuart Murray has received an APEX award to lead a project looking into the relationship between disability, design and the use of prosthetics.
This award-winning project, which sees School of English students become pen pals with older local residents, is opening to international students for the first time thanks to additional funding.
Professor Graham Huggan is to lead a national project which will explore our nation's love of nature writing and discover which books have made the greatest impression.
A National Lottery grant is allowing the University of Leeds to update the most comprehensive survey of the dialects of England ever undertaken.
World-renowned poet Simon Armitage has joined the University of Leeds as its first Professor of Poetry. Professor Armitage returns to the School of English 20 years after taking up his first post.
David Higgins has undertaken the first major investigation of environmental catastrophe in Romantic writing. The Collaboration with the Wordsworth Trust has produced exciting activities with schools.
The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures at Leeds has been ranked 60th in the world by the QS World Rankings by Subject 2017.