Centre for Urban History at Leicester

Established in 1985, the Centre for Urban History (CUH) is a specialist research centre of international academic excellence which attracts MA and PhD students from around the world. The Centre maintains active links with academics and research institutions across the globe.

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Step back in time with new digital resources revealing Leicestershire’s shoemaking past

Step back in time with new digital resources revealing Leicestershire’s shoemaking past

Posted by ap507 at Nov 17, 2014 01:00 PM |

University of Leicester involved in project bringing history to life

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‘Hidden Stories’ book launch celebrates Leicester’s and Glossop’s De-industrial Past

‘Hidden Stories’ book launch celebrates Leicester’s and Glossop’s De-industrial Past

Posted by ap507 at Mar 31, 2015 12:25 PM |

Dr Ming Lim involved in new project

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East Midlands universities consortium gets £14.6 million boost for arts and humanities

East Midlands universities consortium gets £14.6 million boost for arts and humanities

Posted by pt91 at Oct 15, 2013 09:35 AM |

Leicester is one of six universities to benefit from project that will create 410 PhD studentships over five years

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