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Blog Entry Past, Present and Future: Listening in on a century of oral history at the University of Leicester
East Midlands Oral History Archive at University of Leicester celebrates thirty years of preserving voices of the past
Located in News and Events / / 2013 Archive / June
2018 Brixworth Lecture. Michael Wood: King Æthelstan and the Making of England
Located in Academic Departments / Medieval Research Centre / Events
Blog Entry Seminar to explore research into images taken by Jewish photographers during the Holocaust
Tanja Kinzel from the Free University of Berlin will deliver her research at Leicester’s Stanley Burton Centre on 7 December
Located in News and Events / / 2017 Archive / December
Dr Carolyne Larrington: Fictive Siblings
Dr Carolyne Larrington from The University of Oxford will give a public lecture on the topic of 'fictive siblings, who are better than brothers, except of course when they are bent on killing you' ...
Located in Academic Departments / / Events / MRC Public Lectures
Dr Helen Geake: The Sword in the Hoard
Helen Geake, National Finds Advisor to the Portable Antiquites Scheme, will talk about new research and ideas on the swords fittings recovered from the remarkable Anglo-Saxon Staffordshire Hoard.
Located in Academic Departments / / Events / MRC Public Lectures
Blog Entry Learn about Leicester’s role in the First World War
Academics to take part in BBC World War One at Home tour event between 23 - 24 August
Located in News and Events / News
2018 Brixworth Lecture. Michael Wood: King Æthelstan and the Making of England
Located in Academic Departments / History / News and Events
Prof. Martin Foys: Digital Medievalisms Workshops
Two Specialist Interdisciplinary Graduate Workshops
Located in Academic Departments / / Events / MRC Public Lectures
Blog Entry Join our online chats to find out more about postgraduate study at Leicester
To help you to make a decision about your postgraduate course of interest, or even if you’d just like more information, we’ve set up a series of online chats hosted by academic members of staff.
Located in Colleges / College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities / News and Events
Blog Entry Post-War history exhibition concludes
Display held at Newarke Houses Museum
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / April

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