An international conference convened by Dr Lee Broughton (Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow, CWCDC, University of Leeds) with Dr Mark Goodall (University of Bradford).
In collaboration with the 29th Leeds International Film Festival, Dr Lee Broughton has programmed and will introduce a screening of Carlo Lizzani's cult Spaghetti Western 'Requiescant' (1967).
University Academic Fellowship - 250 Great Minds. Applications open Wednesday 29th July 2015.
Mark Walmsley's article, "Tell It Like It Isn't: SNCC and the Media, 1960-1965," has been selected as the 2015 winner of the Ronald T. and Gayla D. Farrar Award in Media & Civil Rights History.
Dr Lee Broughton (Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow, CWC) has an exhibit included in the cross faculty public engagement showcase 'Curious Encounters with Objects Past, Present & Future'.
Dr Laura King appeared on BBC Radio 4 Women’s Hour yesterday, talking about fatherhood in the 20th Century.
The History and Future of Rationing workshop call for papers.
Holocaust Memorial Day 2015 to be marked by a conference on Transnational Holocaust Memory, an exhibition in Parkinson Court on Germany’s Confrontation with the Holocaust and a local schools event
Dr Ingrid Sharp (German)'s article for The Conversation on von Richthoven, the German WWI 'air ace', shows how the 'Red Baron' is symbolic of the changing face of 'heroism' after WWI