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Blog Entry Quite conservative on the matter: historian investigates political party's most successful era
University of Leicester historian makes largest ever study of the Conservative Party
Located in News and Events / / 2013 Archive / May
Blog Entry National museums and national identities: new book from international collaboration
How British is the British Museum? Or indeed, how much does any national museum reflect national identity? It’s one of those questions so basic and obvious that it is rarely asked. Until now.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / October
Blog Entry Leicester celebrates World Book Night
University staff share books with local primary school
Located in News and Events / / 2015 Archive / May
New Book Published by Leicester Law School human rights lawyers
Professors Katja Ziegler, Elizabeth Wicks and Dr Loveday Hodson have published the edited book ‘The UK and European Human Rights: A Strained Relationship?’ The book also contains a chapter written by the Leicester Senior Lecturer, Dr Ed Bates.
Located in Academic Departments / / CELI Research Themes / Human Rights
Blog Entry New book on genetic heritage of Vikings: it's one Thingwall after another
Between 2002 and 2007, researchers from the Universities of Leicester and Nottingham conducted an epic research project into the genetic influence of Vikings in Northwest England.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / December
Blog Entry Leicester lecturer's new book extrapolates the universe from a pebble
It’s a geological Recherche du Temps Perdu! -- Jan Zalasiewicz from our Department of Geology has been hailed as “a gifted new popular science writer” in a laudatory review of his new book in New Scientist.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / September
Blog Entry Leicester academic's new book examines little-known refugee group
The Karenni people of Myanmar rarely bother the news, but their forced exile from home has affected their lives in many ways.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / April
Blog Entry Crime and corruption: the downside to democracy?
New book by Leicester academic examines the link between democratisation and crime.
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / October
Blog Entry Two feet in the grave: poisonous socks among forty-two chemistry tales
Chemistry’s colourful history is detailed in a new book by a University of Leicester historian.
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / October
Blog Entry Book of childhood memories marks a unique year for University couple
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.
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / October

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