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Tattooed and Educated: the inexplicable link between employment and getting inked

There’s no two ways about it, Britain is a tattooed nation. Around 1 in 5 of the entire population sport at least one. Sadly, the stigma around tattoos is still apparent, even in 2016. 833 more words


The Bretton Hall Marbles: #1, The Ashtray and the Million Pound Plant Pot

This is the first of a series of articles that relates the discovery of two important Greek antiquities at Bretton Hall and explores their context and origins. 2,190 more words

Finding a Common Thread

This was the name of a workshop at the University of Leeds on 5th May, part of a project about digital textile art and about curating and promoting community engagement with global multimedia artworks in a local context. 307 more words


New ‘hub’ means pioneering university will join world leaders in disability law | DisabledGo News and Blog

The University of Leeds is set to become a world leader in disability law, after setting up a ground-breaking new “hub” of some of the UK’s leading legal scholars. 152 more words


Making a Drama Out of a Catalogue Card

  • by Ross Horsley, Local and Family History, Leeds Central Library

Last weekend, we welcomed a group of Leeds University students to the Local and Family History Library to take part in a mystery project for the… 813 more words

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Network Theory and Dinosaur Migration

Network theory maintains that most things in the universe both can and should be considered within the larger context of the systems in which they exist. 323 more words


A Storify of the #researchsafe event

On Wednesday 27th April 2016, Dr Joanne Neary, Dr Lisa Bradely and I ran a seminar that explored the phyical and emotional ‘affects’ of social research. 49 more words