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The Headrow, Leeds, 1944 (© Leeds Library and Information Service, Leeds City Council)

Students explore the WW2 history of multinational consultancy firm

Second year students from across the School of Cultural Studies and Humanities work with industry partners on live briefs as part of their ‘Applied Humanities’ module, enabling them to develop a range of practical employability skills.

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Students at a computer desk

Challenging Gaming Culture

Challenging Gaming Culture is a new module created for third year students wanting to enhance and develop their understanding of the video gaming world and is accessible to all students, regardless of how experienced they are when it comes to the gaming culture.

Harrogate Film Festival Reviews

Joes Reeves, Media Communication Cultures student, shares his film reviews from Harrogate Film Festival, of which the University's Northern Film School is a key partner.


The exhibition

Emily Hobhouse: War Without Glamour

History student Sophia Lambert talks about her involvement in a workshop focussing on the creation of an exhibition documenting the work of the early 20th century peace activist Emily Hobhouse.

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Megan in front of the Eifel Tower

Parisian Story: Part 2

Recent graduate Megan continues her Parisian story working on a placement as a travel writer, eating croissants and people watching. This follows on from Megan’s first blog article from September 2019.

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Kaleidescope Cover

Beyond Writing: Kaleidoscopic - A Creative Writing Anthology

Leeds Beckett student, Aukje Huijts talks about 'Kaleidoscopic', an anthology of creative writing put together by third year BA (Hons) English with Creative Writing students last year as part of the Beyond Creative Arts Festival.

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David Oluwale

Remembering David

History students have produced a new website about David Oluwale's life and legacy.