LAHRI is delighted to announce that the Inaugural Lecture of Professor Emma Stafford (School of Languages, Cultures and Societies) is now available to view on the LAHRI Professorial Inaugural Lectures page on our website.
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Do you have an interest in supporting the development of academic projects? Are you looking for a position where you can play an instrumental role in generating activity and enthusiasm for a new venture? Do you have a track record of delivering objectives in a rapidly changing environment? LAHRI is delighted to to offer a new 20% FTE (1 day a week equivalent), ongoing Manager, Digital Creativity and Cultures Hub post.
Do you have an interest in supporting the development of academic projects? Are you looking for a creative position where you can play an instrumental role in generating activity and enthusiasm for a new venture? Do you have a track record of delivering digital innovations and support in a rapidly changing environment? LAHRI is delighted to to offer a new Full-time, ongoing Digital Development Officer post.
We are currently recruiting for three brand new roles at the soon-to-launch Digital Creativity and Cultures Hub. The Academic Lead, Manager, and Digital Development Officer adverts are currently live, with deadlines in mid-January. The Digital Creativity and Cultures Hub is a joint venture between the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures, and the University Libraries....
LAHRI in conjunction with the University’s Special Collections are delighted to announce the launch of the Brotherton and Bedford Fellowship schemes for 2023.
Thanks to a generous bequest from the John Victor Bedford Will Trust the University of Leeds Special Collections have been able to refresh the Brotherton Research Centre and create a new teaching space, the John Bedford Room.
A new interdisciplinary EPSRC project involving Univerity of Leeds Academic, Alika Greasley aims to better define what music personalised for someone with a hearing loss should sound like and exploit the latest in machine learning to create improved music listening experiences.
This month in ‘On the Bookshelf’ we feature ‘Football and Nation Building in Colombia′ by Dr Peter Watson (School of Languages, Cultures and Societies). This book explores the pivotal role that football played as part of Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos’ national unity project centred on the peace process with the FARC.
Selected Media pieces from October and November 2022 that include input from researchers in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures
This month in ‘On the Bookshelf’ we feature ‘Game′ by Dr Tom Tyler (School of Media and Communication). The book is a playful reflection on animals and video games, and what each can teach us about the other.