The School's Writing Back project was recently featured on Woman's Hour on BBC Radio 4. Students Mailies Fleming and Yunfei Xu were interviewed alongside the project founder, Georgina Binnie.
Dr Mark Taylor-Batty, Senior Lecturer in Theatre Studies, has been awarded funds by the Arts and Humanities Research Council for a research project on the works of Harold Pinter (1930-2008).
Celebrate the brilliant people at Leeds with us - the nominations for Partnership Awards 2017 are now open! Staff or student, if someone has made a difference - nominate them for an award!
The School’s Writing Back project will feature on Chapel FM on Tuesday 8th November at 8.15pm.
Georgina Binnie's Writing Back project has been shortlisted in the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement Awards. The winners will be announced on 29th November 2016.
Suez crisis was when Britain gave in to US cultural dominance – here’s how (The Conversation, 28/10/16)
The University of Leeds has received a StudyPortals Award for Excellent International Student Satisfaction.
Poet, playwright and PhD student Rommi Smith takes part in Melvyn Bragg’s latest series. This episode, The Radical North, examines the radical movements that sprang from the region.
Dr David Higgins writes about the Holocene and Anthropocene periods and how the climate during the Romantic period affected literature, particularly during the ‘year without summer’ of 1816.