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Blog Entry Lecturer in novel is lecturer in real life only not really
Fact and fiction merge in quasi-surrealist art project. Or something.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / September
Blog Entry Winnie the Witch meets Germaine Greer! Literary Leicester 2010 programme online
University’s festival of reading back for a third year.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / September
Blog Entry Leicester graduates in the news: Gloria Havenhand
Derbyshire apiarist and health guru.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / September
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 New book: The Architecture of the Universities of Leicester
All about our buildings (and De Montfort’s too).
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / July
Blog Entry Vice-Chancellor reflects on University in new book
Photographic record of 50 years of Higher Education.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / July
Blog Entry Definitive volume on tomatoes in Italy through the ages
History Professor’s new book is the ultimate tomato source.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / June
Blog Entry Two new books by Leicester academics hit the shelves this month
New exploration of ideas around HR in education and wellbeing of looked-after children.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / May
Blog Entry Unseasonably warm in Omsk: new book on climate change
Environmental change in Siberia is the topic of a new book edited by Professor Heiko Balzter, Head of our Department of Geography, and published next month.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / May
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

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