The University Library will provide public access on 11 November to an important historical document listing local WW1 casualties.
Interested in criminology? Thinking of doing a PhD? Our Department of Criminology has an Open Afternoon next Wednesday, with a talk about 19th century transvestites thrown in for good measure.
An important new resource on early medieval manuscripts launches next week with a public event. 'The Production and Use of English Manuscripts 1060-1220' is the result of extensive research by academics from the Universities of Leicester and Leeds into the earliest surviving English language documents.
Film is a great way to engage people in conservation matters but usually those films and TV programmes are made by professional wildlife film-makers. Which is fine for global audiences, but if a film with a conservation message is aimed at a community, wouldn’t it be better if it was made by someone in that community?
With just eight weeks to go until Christmas, now is the time to start thinking about precisely what you’re going to hang on your front door. Which means that now is the time to sign up for the University Botanic Garden’s Christmas garden tour and wreath-making workshop.