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Reimagine Ageing Network invitation - 1-hour online event on inclusive research with older adults

, 12 -1pm

The Reimagine Ageing Interdisciplinary Research Network is excited to share yet another interdisciplinary event “Developing Inclusive Research with Older People”. Researchers with an interest in or focus on ageing research from across the university are welcome to participate. The event is a lunchtime webinar on 10 July at 12-1 pm where you will hear from representatives coming from Leeds Older People’s Forum (LOPF22) and Ethnic...

Sadler Seminar Talk: Kay Sohini in conversation with Jared Gardner.

, 14:00

Title: “Who Cares for Comics? Graphic Medicine and Comics Artforms”   Description: This event focuses on the intersection of comics and healthcare in the context of graphic medicine. It features experts Kay Sohini, a comics practitioner specialising in healthcare justice, and Jared Garder, a comics historian with a focus on comics and medicine. They will discuss the...

'No(Wo)man's Land: Writing history at the intersections of gender and First World War Studies'.

, 17:00 – 20:00

Join us to celebrate Professor Jessica Meyer's inaugural lecture. The School of History extends the warmest welcome for you to join us in celebrating Professor Jessica Meyer's inaugural lecture, 'No (Wo)man’s Land: Writing history at the intersections of gender and First World War Studies'. The lecture will be followed by an interactive Q&A and a celebratory...

Writing the Now: Conjuncture

, 6-8pm

Writing the Now: Conjuncture Image credit: 'Osmosis' ally walsh, 2016. Photograph: Fenia Kotsopoulou. The Writing the Now collective is pleased to be joined by four fantastic UK writers - Jemma Desai; Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan; Lola Olufemi and Sita Balani to engage on our theme of 'Conjuncture' in an online roundtable. The question of how to capture the distinctiveness of our present moment...

Sadler Seminar Talk: Rik Worth and Jordan Collver in conversation with Richard Wiseman.


Title: “Crossing Over: Hocus Pocus and the Magic of Comics in Research”   Description: The creators of the Eisner Award-nominated comic Hocus Pocus: Magic, Mystery and The Mind (Vanishing Inc, 2023) explore their unique approach to merging research with comics. They discuss the distinctive capacity of comics as a medium for communicating research findings and how comics can be...

Academic Collaborations - LAHRI Grant Session

, 10:00-11:00

What: Many funding opportunities expect you to put together a project team, and many research projects involve academic collaborators in a range of roles. What makes a good collaboration and a good collaborator?  This session has four aims: a) to give you ideas about how to collaborate in new, creative, ethical, and effective ways; b) to...

“Understanding the Impact Agenda” with Reimagine Ageing

, 12:30-14:00

Explore the significance of research impact Join the Reimagine Ageing Interdisciplinary Research Network online event “Understanding the Impact Agenda” on 1 May from 12:30 to 2.00 pm. Are you wondering what exactly research impact is, how to measure it and where in a project cycle it needs to be considered and why? All researchers are invited to a short...

Costume Conversations 1: Collecting Costume Stories

, 10.00am – 3.00pm

This workshop will bring together researchers, curators and practitioners to launch Film Costumes in Action. This AHRC-funded project investigates how costumes have been designed, made and used in British film from the 1960s onwards. Costume plays a central role in film imagery and is fundamental to understandings of character, atmosphere and setting. Yet little is known...

LAHRI Speculative Conversation: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Performer-Audience Relationship, 28 February

, 10am-11.30am

Please note that this is an in-person event. If you are interested in being involved in future discussions but can’t attend the event, please contact Emily Payne ( Please RSVP to How do DJs ‘read the room’ during a set? How does crowd behaviour impact on sportspeople? What does it mean to be able to...