Congratulations to our colleagues on the publication of their paper on Islam and alcohol.
The Leeds Centre for New Chinese Writing was delighted to welcome participants to this year's symposium, held on Sept 7-8 and supported by a grant from the AHRC's MEITS project.
A new play about the end of the First World War from the perspective of German women, based on research by Professor Ingrid Sharp and Dr Corinne Painter, tours in Oct/Nov 2018.
The award recognises students who have shown determination and resilience in overcoming adversity and disability.
Applications are invited for the latest round of Short-Term Postdoctoral Fellowships in the Leeds Humanities Research Institute.
Adam Abdalla (Level 1 Arabic and Politics) cycled from Leeds to Amsterdam to raise awareness and funds for amputees, injured children and civilians in Gaza.
Many congratulations to German at Leeds PhD researchers Neale and Alex, who passed their vivas this week. Neale wrote on Herman Hesse and Japan, and Alex on Tristan Tzara, Marcel Janco and Jewishness.
Georgia Zimmer has been recognised in the inaugural University of Leeds' Beaumont Awards.
Rebecca Iszatt has been invited to conduct research at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC, as part of this remarkable opportunity.