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Centre for Culture and the Arts


Centre for Culture and the Arts

Founded in 2013, the Centre for Culture and the Arts is the public face of the research and public engagement work taking place in the School of Cultural Studies & Humanities.

The Centre for Culture and the Arts...

  • Conducts interdisciplinary and collaborative research in culture and the arts;
  • Facilitates students and the public to engage with our research in an inclusive and accessible way;
  • Conducts research projects with arts and cultural organisations locally and further afield.

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Centre for Culture and the Arts  contact

+44 (0)113 812 3375 S.Watkins@leedsbeckett.ac.uk

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Cultural Studies and Humanities Good News

The latest good news from the School of Cultural Studies & Humanities

International Women’s Day: The forgotten heroines and women in history?

A Leeds Beckett academic is hosting a talk exploring forgotten heroines and women in history, to coincide with International Women’s Day.

Cultural Studies & Humanities good news

The latest good news from the School of Cultural Studies & Humanities.

Centre for Culture and the Arts

Apr 23

Lift Off Festival 2018

Lift Off Festival is a three-week festival showcasing the creative work of our students from the School of Film, Music & Performing Arts.

Apr 25

INSIDE/OUT: Brian Dettmer

As part of the INSIDE/OUT lecture series Brian Dettmer discusses his art, the ideas that inform his work and the processes that tie into his philosophy, through a series of images.

Apr 26

An Evening with Beckett Choir

Join Beckett Choir for an intimate evening of music to showcase our work this term.

May 1

CeASR Seminar- Povertyism, Dominant Narratives, and Epistemic Exclusion under Austerity

Speaker- Leonie Smith PhD Researcher in Philosophy University of Manchester Organisers: Dr Laura Davies & Dr Dr Natalia Gerodetti Social Change Programme Leads

May 2

Addressing Professional Challenges in Diverse and Complex Educational Landscapes

Professorial Inaugural lectures of Professor Rachel Lofthouse and Professor Jonathan Glazzard

May 2

CarnegieXchange - the food environment and obesity

Emma Wilkins discusses the food environment and obesity and examines the impact of different methodological choices. Intuitively, the idea that the food environment; defined as the availability and accessibility of food retailing within local environments, is a determinant of obesity is appealing.

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