This Sunday, don't miss Dr Denis Flannery talking about his highly popular module exploring the work of David Bowie on BBC Radio 6 Music.
This September, researchers from the Land Lines project will host acclaimed nature writer Philip Hoare for two events celebrating our relationship to the ocean.
Writing Back and Fall into Place Theatre have been awarded a National Lottery Awards for All grant to transform the letters from Writing Back into an intergenerational theatre production.
Applications are invited for the latest round of Short-Term Postdoctoral Fellowships in the Leeds Humanities Research Institute.
In a new video, Writing Back pen pals catch up in person and share their experiences of participating in the nationally acclaimed letter-writing project.
Congratulations to Dr Pippa Marland of the School of English on being awarded a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship for her research into farming in British nature writing.
Comparative literature PhD candidate Rebecca Macklin has been recognised by Cornell University for her engagement with local Native American communities.
The Priestley International Centre for Climate is pleased to announce a new interdisciplinary PhD studentship: 'Public Perceptions of Volcanism and Atmospheric Changes, 1783-2010'.
Huge congratulations to BA English and Comparative Literature student Laura Manzi, who has received the Outstanding Achievement Award for her involvement in Writing Back and other projects.