News and Events
Dr Naoíse Mac Sweeney speaks at EMACT event
University of Leicester Professor in Ancient History reflects on articles written about Leicester academics
University of Leicester students to hold day of medieval combat re-enactment on 14 November
University researchers have commented on how the discovery of a skeleton with apparent battle wounds and curvature of the spine could impact on our knowledge of the time
University researcher appears in BBC History Magazine
Annual conference for the Stanley Burton Centre takes place in Vienna from 8-10 November
University of Leicester honorary fellow releases book on German Dictator
University of Leicester academic takes part in BBC radio series
Academics investigate the fate of executed criminals from 17th to 19th centuries
Expert in early medieval science to give Brixworth public lecture on Saturday 27 October
Michael Ibsen and Dr John Ashdown-Hill recount their reactions to news of Grey Friars find.
Professor Norman Housley speaks in a new podcast on what the discovery of human remains in the Search for Richard III could mean for our understanding of one of England's most maligned monarchs.
Alumni remember the work of graduate church minister Donald English
A University of Leicester academic may have made a very accurate prediction about the discovery of Richard III
At the scene of his final battle, academics discuss what is potentially his final resting place.
Infilling of trenches starts this week, protecting the underlying archaeology for the future.
Even as some of the trenches in Greyfriars Car Park are carefully filled in, media interest in Richard III continues as strong as ever.
A public lecture on 1 October will encompass 1,500 years of Leicester’s history – including certain recent developments.
Further opportunities to visit Britain’s most famous car park.