Historians working to bring the past to life through food will introduce festival goers to a 16th century delicacy with a distasteful name this weekend.
Kirsty Day a Medieval History PhD student, has been invited to give a talk at the Science Museum, London on 25th June 2014, entitled 'Nun sex. No sex?'.
The University has won an international award for an Alumni 'benefactor's book' detailing the philanthropy that has funded the University from its origin to the present.
Dr Alan Murray of the Institute for Medieval Studies organised a study visit to Germany and Austria to enable two postgraduates to study material culture of the later Middle Ages
Six PhD studentships are available to Home/EU students to commence in autumn 2014.
Research by students at the University of Leeds has uncovered the extraordinary story of a Leeds soldier who ended up marrying the nurse who condemned him as a German spy.
Kevin Linch has been awarded a Partnership Award for his invaluable feedback, helping others to improve, develop and excel in their work.
Dr Andrea Major has been awarded a Leverhulme research fellowship for the project entitled 'Beggars in their Native Land': Abolitionist Attitudes to India, 1785-1857
Stockholm will be the location for the next international event from 'The Enterprise of Culture', a three year pan-European collaborative research project.