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Lights, Camera, ReAction

Lights, Camera, ReAction

Posted by er134 at Apr 27, 2015 04:38 PM |

New online feature shows University of Leicester in the media limelight

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ITV’s ‘Code of a Killer’ concludes tonight

ITV’s ‘Code of a Killer’ concludes tonight

Posted by pt91 at Apr 13, 2015 04:06 PM |

Final episode of drama based on discovery of DNA fingerprinting at the University of Leicester airs tonight between 9 - 10.30pm

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Upcoming conference to celebrate 30 year anniversary of DNA fingerprinting discovery

Upcoming conference to celebrate 30 year anniversary of DNA fingerprinting discovery

Posted by ap507 at Apr 13, 2015 11:57 AM |

Event to explore the changing world of forensic science and next-generation genetic techniques on Wednesday 15 April

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Was Richard III's scoliosis kept a secret until his death?

Was Richard III's scoliosis kept a secret until his death?

Posted by ap507 at Apr 13, 2015 11:15 AM |

Dr Mary Ann Lund investigates historical sources about Richard’s physique and posthumous reputation in new paper

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The origin of humans: a tale of tangled roots

The origin of humans: a tale of tangled roots

Posted by ap507 at Apr 10, 2015 04:55 PM |

Dr Daniel Zadik discusses evidence regarding where 'cave-men' really came from

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April Fools: No, we are not changing our name

April Fools: No, we are not changing our name

Posted by ap507 at Apr 01, 2015 03:40 PM |

Just to be clear, the University of Leicester has no plans to change its name to ‘King Richard University’ – or anything else.

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The New History Lab

The New History Lab

Celebrate the diverse range of history being studied in the School along with tea and homemade cake!

NEW: AHRC Fully Funded Doctoral Studentships in History

The School of History is now advertising three new fully funded Postgraduate Studentships and would like to hear from potential students interested in working with major partners (the British Library and the National Maritime Museum) on these exciting projects. Full details can be found on the CDP page.

Holy War Lecture

The School of History is pleased to announce a lecture by visiting scholar Professor Philippe Buc of the University of Vienna entitled 'Theology, Holy War and History in the West from the European Middle Ages to the Recent Past'. The event is open to all and further details can be found here

CArchipelago Conference

Carceral Archipelago Conference 13-16 September draft programme now available. Further information including a draft programme is now available

Conference: Mortality, Care and Military Welfare during the British Civil Wars

This exciting international conference organised by the University of Leicester’s Centre for English Local History will celebrate the opening of the National Civil War Centre at Newark Museum, Nottinghamshire, on 7-8 August 2015.

 

Civil War Conference