From Apocalypse and Dystopia to Bridget Jones’s Diary – International Women’s Day and Women’s Writing
Academics from the School of Cultural Studies & Humanities are involved in the Leeds Lit Fest and will be interviewing American author Diane Cook.
After graduating with a first-class honour’s degree in History, the skills Samantha learnt at university, such as historical data analysis, helped her to successfully secure a job in human resources.
In May the school held its annual Spring Ball at The Queen’s Hotel in Leeds city centre. This is an excuse for the cheap price of £25 to have a two course meal, drink on arrival and DJ with a dancefloor for the night in a fancy ballroom.
In this blog post, Professor Ruth Robbins discussed with current student Georgia McEneaney one of her most recent projects: working with the Leeds Library to create a book celebrating its 250th anniversary.
Professor Ruth Robbins
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