Recent news items involving colleagues from the Faculty.
The University of Leeds International Medieval Congress (IMC) programme has been finalised and sent out to all delegates, and registration is currently open until 12 May 2018.
Two University of Leeds IMS students, Clementine Harper (IMS MA) and Rachael Gillibrand (IMS PhD Researcher) volunteered at the JORVIK Viking Festival in York.
Exploring Innocence and Vengeance in Dou E and Mahsuri. Starts at 5:00 pm.
Looking for Naturalistic Charges against Parthood and Finding Only One Starts at 12:00 pm.
Space appears across the arts and humanities. Thinking beyond the boundaries of individual disciplines, this event will start a conversation about what spatial concepts are being used and how. Starts at 12:30 pm.
Medical Humanities, especially cultural representations of disability and mental health; body augmentation; narratives of the posthuman; postcolonial heath; postcolonial encounter and settlement.
I am examining contemporary Singaporean historical novels' negotiations with economic development and precarity, as literary alternatives to 'the Singapore Story'.