Applications are invited for the latest round of Short-Term Postdoctoral Fellowships in the Leeds Humanities Research Institute.
Next month sees the launch of the Leeds Theatres Through Time Heritage Trail, which was researched and created by recent BA History and Sociology graduate Dominique Triggs during her studies.
Dr Adam Cathcart, Lecturer in Chinese History, has been quoted by the Guardian and Bloomberg on recent events in North Korea and their international implications.
Dr Peter Anderson has received the research award for a project is titled "Losing Children: state care, adoption and the 'theft' of children in early twentieth-century Spain".
On Thursday, 14 July 2016, two PhD students from the Institute for Medieval Studies graduated.
As part of the national Being Human Festival taking place across the UK and Leeds in November 2016, the University is partnering with Leeds GATE (Gypsy and Traveller Exchange) to stage an event ‘Challenging Hate Crime: Voices of Gypsies and Travellers’.
An impressive 2205 medievalists from 49 countries descended on Leeds for the 23rd annual International Medieval Congress on 4-7 July 2016.
On Sunday, 3 July, the week-long International Medieval Congress (IMC) kicked off with 'Medieval Day at the Museum', a public event at the Leeds City Museum.
An international conference was recently held in Leeds as part of the ‘Learning from the Utopian City: Alternative histories of India’s urban futures’ project.