University of Leeds History alumna Dr Jennifer Wallis has published her first book.
As part of the Living with Dying project, historians Dr Laura King and Dr Jessica Hammett have collaborated with Abbey House Museum to put together a new exhibition.
Dr Adam Cathcart discusses the likely setup of the North Korean Samjiyon orchestra for The Washington Post.
Professor Julia Barrow comments on France declaring they are willing to lend the British one of their most important national treasures - the tapestry of Bayeux.
The two-day symposium 'The Future of Medieval Studies', held at the University of Leeds on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the IMS, is accepting proposals until 1 March 2018.
From Byron to bin Laden: A History of Foreign War Volunteers, by Nir Arielli, is reviewed by Times Higher Education.
'Rethinking the Medieval Frontier', a conference being held at the University of Leeds on 10 April 2018, is accepting paper proposals until the deadline of 1 February 2018.
The Yorkshire Post has written an article about Dr Nir Arielli's new book, 'From Byron to bin Laden: A history of foreign war volunteers'.
Two scholarships are now available for PGR applicants beginning in Autumn 2018: the Leeds Doctoral Scholarship, and the AHC Interdisciplinary Research Scholarship.