Professor Stuart Taberner discusses Holocaust Memorial Day on BBC Radio 3 'Arts and Ideas'
Romani history and how mass murder is intertwined with a modern day pilgrimage site and the experiences of Portuguese Jewish communities are discussed by Matthew Sweet and his guests.
Professor Martin Seeger receives Honorary Insignia
Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University in Thailand has awarded Professor Martin Seeger an Honorary Insignia for his meritorious deeds and academic excellence in Buddhist Studies.
Celebration of World Arabic Language Day 2022
Dr Rasha K Soliman attended the UNESCO World Arabic Language Day celebration in Paris.
LGBTQ+ Life in Interstitial European Overseas Territories
Funding recently secured through the Languages, Cultures and Societies Key Topics Scheme for networking activities and scoping research on LGBTQ+ life in Spanish Melilla.
Ancient inscription from Roman Yorkshire unveiled to the public at University of Leeds
One of the longest surviving inscriptions from Ancient Britain is being unveiled to the public for the first time ever after decades in storage.