The new Short Film Prize in Digital Creativity, established by the Cultural Institute, is encouraging student filmmakers to showcase some of its ground-breaking research into creativity.
Professor Stephen Alford’s newest book, which is about travel, trade deals and the rise of London as a global metropolis, is given a glowing review, the book is due for release on the 27th April.
The annual Race and Resistance Lecture which this year is co-sponsored by the School of History and the Conversations in Black History Series will be held on the 3rd May and given by Kehinde Andrews
The School of History is delighted to welcome Sean Fear to the department, who will be taking up the position of Lecturer in International History, joining the School in January 2018.
Professor Edward Spiers (English – Arts) comments on the unpredictability shown by Trump in firing 59 missiles at Shayrat in response to the chemical weapons attack at Khan Sheikhoum.
Dr Adam Cathcart (History – Arts) discusses how the United States might seek to push Chinese sanctions, enforcement and trade with North Korea.
Professor Edward Spiers (English – Arts) discusses global stocks of chemical weapons and the Chemical Weapons Convention.
Professor Holger Afflerbach comments on the trigger that led the US President, Woodrow Wilson, to order his troops to enter the conflict.
Applications are invited for the latest round of Short-Term Postdoctoral Fellowships in the Leeds Humanities Research Institute.