Dr Colin Adams discusses the bias in Tacitus' view of Egypt and its people
Events from Monday 31 October to Sunday 6 November 2011.
New book by Leicester academic examines the link between democratisation and crime.
University of Leicester graduate Elvina Hill has just published Whimberries on the Coity, a lively and moving portrait of life in a coal-mining community in South Wales launched at the Heritage Centre in Blaenavon.
A regular review from the Press Office of coverage of the University in the media
Dr Abbi Mamo Kedir from our Department of Economics has been in Ethiopia this week for the Sixth African Economic Congress.
Those industrious postgraduates in our School of Museum Studies are organising an event next March on the topic of ‘Museum Utopias’.
Long-standing physics professor will talk about 'Fifty Years of Space Research in Leicester', in an event to be held at the University.
Law professor Janet Ulph to examine legal issues around museum sales and transfers as part of year-long appointment.
Award-winning architects commissioned to plan preservation of building's glass roof
Please note that both the lecture and the gig are completely sold out.
This Monday, learn about an amazing phenomenon above thunderclouds.
James Dean, Marlon Brando and the House Un-American Activities Committee.
Visiting geochemist delivers public lecture on ‘Deep Time’ next Monday.
Honorary Creative Writing Fellow visits the University on Wednesday.
Leicester Academic examines what YouTube footage reveals about different takes on what really happened during Bristol riot.
Professor Steve Milan's inaugural lecture will examine the battle between the solar wind and the Earth's magnetic field
International line-up of speakers on 19 November discusses financial systems and financial crisis.
Events from Monday 24 October to Sunday 30 October 2011.