News and events
The Archaeology of Caesar in Britain and Gaul Conference: The Hoarding in Iron Age and Roman Britain project has organised a weekend conference which will be held in Oxford 31 March - 2 April 2017. Leading experts from across Europe and America will present the latest research on the archaeology of Caesar’s Battle for Gaul.
Conference 2017: Ceramics of drink. Submissions closing soon on 1 March 2017! For more details, click here.
- The Association for Environmental Archaeology spring meeting will take place at the University of Leicester, 29th April 2017
- The latest edition of the School Bulletin (issue 38) is available.
- Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education - for the work of ULAS and the School in public archaeology and public engagement.
- Corpses of Criminals Project Prof. Sarah Tarlow’s Wellcome Trust funded project
- Trans-Sahara project Prof. David Mattingly’s European Research Council funded project
- School’s Research Seminars
News and Events
Free public event on 17 May will explore the consumption of the super-rich
CAMEo to host evening of discussion and networking on 27 April
Panel of leading sporting figures will debate a number of issues in sport on 20 April
Research suggests people who want to prevent immigration to the UK are less happy than those who welcome it
Leicester researcher presented at British Sociological Association’s annual conference
Written evidence from research into sport in Northern Ireland submitted to Culture, Media and Sport Committee
Think: Leicester talking points: a range of topical issues tackled by academics between 2 - 8 March
Think: Leicester talking points: a range of topical issues tackled by academics between 23 February - 1 March
Think: Leicester talking points: a range of topical issues tackled by academics between 1 - 8 February
Academic opinion articles receive a significant number of readers on global platform, providing expert opinion in response to topical news
Acclaimed author and photographer in free public event at University on Thursday 9 February
University of Leicester and Birmingham City University experts discuss audience expectations of media regulators
Expert opinions cover changing culture, tackling inequality, the Casey Review and saffron, the world's most expensive spice
Think: Leicester talking points: a range of topical issues tackled by academics between 8 - 14 December
Professor Helen Wood and Dr Jilly Boyce Kay contribute expertise to BBC archive about early days of television
New Insights series aims to help sport providers make sport more inclusive
Think: Leicester talking points: a range of topical issues tackled by academics between 29 September - 5 October
Researchers across the University creating engaging content in response to topical news
Leicester leads three year ESRC-funded research project into collective action and the support of vulnerable groups
Think: Leicester talking points: a range of topical issues tackled by academics between 11 - 17 August
John Williams from the Department of Sociology discusses how the Olympics still has a way to go before all athletes are treated equally
Twelve prize-winners were felicitated at event held on 7 July