PGR

Thea Pitman, Diane Nelson and Janet Watson are on the supervisory team for the new Leverhulme-funded Extinction Studies Doctoral Training Programme (PL Graham Huggan). The DTP will host PGR projects that deal with extinction – biological, cultural and linguistic – from a range of perspectives that cut across Social Science, Natural Science and the Humanities. This exciting new interdisciplinary…
We are pleased to announce that the Arabic Language@Leeds PGR Satellite has launched a new series of videos on VideoLeeds, the official University of Leeds video channel. Every month we will upload the recordings of our Research Talks, which hosts scholars from the Middle East, Europe and North America. The first Research Talk, hold in…
The Arabic Language@Leeds PGR is an interdisciplinary group of PhD students meeting twice a month to discuss various issues in Arabic language and linguistics. The group is a great opportunity to showcase your research with other PGRs and staff involved in research on Arabic, as well as providing you with valuable feedback and networking activities….
One of our LCS White Rose award PhD students, Natalia Parker, (supervised by James Wislon and Clare Wright) is to be a published language textbook author with Routledge: The book is due to be released at the end of May. https://www.routledge.com/Russian-in-Plain-English-A-Very-Basic-Russian-Starter-for-Complete-Beginners/Parker/p/book/9780367415402
Please join us to the launch event of the Languages@Leeds PGR Group on 12th February 2020, 4-5pm in Baines Wing SR 1.14! During the launch event, there will be a quick presentation of the Group and its goals, followed by an informal chat over tea and biscuits where we will discuss the proposed activities and any…