On 27 May 2020 at 5pm, Dr Neeraja Sankaran (Visiting Fellow, University of Leeds) will deliver the C. Michael Mellor Public Lecture at the University of Leeds Centre for History and Philosophy of Science, on the timely topic: "Fantastic Microbes and Where to Find Them — How and When Scientists Engage with Literature."
Building on the success of our 2019 ‘Preparing for Battle’ conference, the War and Peace research cluster in
On 27 and 28 March 2019, the University of Leeds will host a conference on exile and repression in the twentieth century. The event is timed to commemorate the eightieth anniversary of the end of the Spanish Civil War and will have a specific focus on Spaniards in exile after the conflict. The final part of the first day of the conference will feature Postgraduate Researchers and Early Career Researchers working on Spanish exile after the civil war, while the second day will host prominent historians working on this topic.
Applications are now invited for this fully-funded AHRC collaborative doctoral studentship:
I would just like to let you all know that the deadline for abstracts for the Medieval Bodies Ignored conference (University of Leeds, May 4th-6th) has been extended because of the ongoing strike action at some UK universities, which we realise will have disrupted people's working patterns.
The fifth annual British Association for Holocaust Studies Conference invites scholars, educators and practitioners to submit papers on any aspect of Holocaust studies. Papers should relate to any current debates or developments in the field, and submissions are welcome from across disciplines. The BAHS conference is an opportunity for scholars and educators to engage in dialogue, and to acknowledge their shared project of promoting understanding of the Holocaust.