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Dec 7

An Evening with David Hevey

As part of the celebrations of UK Disability History Month (UKDHM) acclaimed journalist, filmmaker and photographer David Hevey joins us to talk about his new projects and discuss representations of disability in the media.

Dec 8

(Re)Writing Yorkshire: Look North - Writing Yorkshire in Contemporary British Fiction with Sunjeev Sahota and Dr Katy Shaw

This event showcases the writing of Sunjeev Sahota, named one of Granta’s Best of British Young Novelists in 2013 and a rising star of contemporary literature.

Dec 9

‘Doing Urban History in an Urban World’

In an urban world, urban history is more important than ever, especially in explaining the huge social, economic and environmental challenges facing us all today, but also in understanding our increasingly recognisable global urban culture.

Dec 9

'Evidence-based teaching: An Opportunity for Teachers' Agency or a Case of Robots Building Robots?' - Professor Carey Philpott

Professor Carey Philpott has recently become a professor and will be delivering his inaugural lecture on evidence-based teaching on Wednesday 9 December.

Dec 9

"From Abbey Road to Ziggy Stardust" - Ken Scott

Leeds Beckett University has recently appointed Ken Scott, the legendary engineer for The Beatles and producer of David Bowie, as a Visiting Senior Lecturer in the School of Film, Music and Performing Arts. In this event he will be sharing his expertise with guests based on his best selling book: 'From Abbey Road to Ziggy Stardust'.

Dec 16

Engaging Lectures

David Smith is an inspirational teacher. He engages students in his lecturers by giving them things to touch, things to see, and things to think and to talk about.

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