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Blog Entry New book explores how Britain, the US and the EU have built an Economic Empire
An interview with Dr Chris Grocott about his new book ‘The Continuing Imperialism of Free Trade’
Located in Academic Departments / School of Business / News and Events
Blog Entry Using Leicester’s landmarks to get children counting
Maths publication ‘Counting Crazy’ encourages children aged 3-6 to use numbers in Leicester locations and launches officially on Wednesday 20 June
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / June
Book publication – Human Dignity and Law: Legal and Philosophical Investigations
Dr Stephen Riley’s publication is one of the first book-length treatments of the relationship between human dignity and law, analysing the fundamental relationships between human status, obligations, and the rule of law.
Located in Academic Departments / / People / Stephen Riley
Blog Entry The Margaret Mallett Award for Children's Non-Fiction
Located in Offices / The English Association / News
Blog Entry Winners of the 2018 English 4-11 Best Picture Book Awards
Located in Offices / The English Association / News
Blog Entry 2018 English 4-11 Book Awards Shortlist Announced
Located in Offices / The English Association / News
Blog Entry Book on post-apartheid South Africa by Leicester academic published
New study by Dr James Hamill challenges perception of country as dominant power in Africa
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / January
Blog Entry SOUTH AFRICA – AFRICA’S LOST LEADER?
New study challenges perception of country as dominant power in Africa
Located in Offices / / 2018 / January
Blog Entry Book written by Leicester academic evaluating the Euro Crisis in Cyprus released
‘A Diary of the Euro Crisis in Cyprus: Lessons for Bank Recovery and Resolution’ by Professor Panicos Demetriades is now available
Located in News and Events / / 2017 Archive / October
File Chatterbooks - creating a culture of reading for pleasure
Here, Liz Chamberlain, from The Open University, shares the outcomes of a collaborative project focused on reading for pleasure through the creation of reading clubs, which involved four UK universities and The Reading Agency. In each university, small groups of student teachers decided to trial the Chatterbooks resources with their classes whilst on school placements. The lecturers expected to hear that the children had responded favourably to the ideas and texts talked about during the sessions, however, it was the impact on the student teachers that was the most striking.
Located in Offices / / Primary Plus / English 4-11 Online Articles

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