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Blog Entry Event places spotlight on Leicester and Leicestershire’s literary scene
Dr Corinne Fowler will be part of event shedding light on Leicester's bustling literary talent on Wednesday 11 July
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / July
Blog Entry 24-hour Summer Solstice walking challenge raises funds for refugee project
Staff support project to resettle a refugee family from Syria to South Leicestershire
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / June
2018 Brixworth Lecture. Michael Wood: King Æthelstan and the Making of England
Located in Academic Departments / Medieval Research Centre / Events
Blog Entry Culinary creations spark literary sensation
Dr Felicity James cooks up a storm to win prestigious prize
Located in News and Events / News
Blog Entry Leicester to train the next generation of arts and humanities researchers
Leicester is part of a Midlands universities partnership that will create 460 new postgraduate studentship opportunities across the region over the next five years
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / August
Blog Entry New Research Projects - Spring 2018
New research projects within the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities.
Located in Colleges / College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities / News and Events
Blog Entry Desert Island Discs: more than just a resource for good music
Academics will share their research into the long-running radio programme, and its valuable role in linguistic research, on 16 May
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / May
Blog Entry What the Butler Saw: Joe Orton’s savage satire on rape is as relevant now as it was in 1969
In an article for The Conversation, Dr Emma Parker discusses the ongoing relevance of Joe Orton's 1969 play What the Butler Saw.
Located in Offices / / Arts, Society and Culture / 2019

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