Lancaster academic elected as Fellow of the British Academy

Lancaster academic elected as Fellow of the British Academy

22 July 2019

Professor Elizabeth Shove (Sociology) has been made a Fellow of The British Academy, the voice for the humanities and social sciences.

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New project seeks volunteers to help transcribe the Davy Notebooks

New project seeks volunteers to help transcribe the Davy Notebooks

22 July 2019

A project geared towards shedding new light on Sir Humphry Davy, a significant and famous figure in the scientific and literary culture of the early nineteenth century, has been launched by Lancaster University and the Royal Institution of Great Britain.

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FASS student helps environmental consultants build for future

FASS student helps environmental consultants build for future

15 July 2019

A Law School student has the opportunity to explore the world of environmental consultancy as part of an internship scheme.

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Opportunity for public to access legal advice at University’s city centre clinic

Opportunity for public to access legal advice at University’s city centre clinic

5 July 2019

Lancaster University Law School will provide free legal advice to local residents next month on four dates in Lancaster city centre.

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Polari - the lost language of gay men

Polari - the lost language of gay men

1 July 2019

Professor Paul Baker (LAEL) was interviewed for BBC Radio 4's The World This Weekend about Polari, the secret language used by the gay community when homosexuality was illegal.

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The Song of Simon de Montfort

The Song of Simon de Montfort

24 June 2019

This week saw the London launch of The Song of Simon de Montfort: England's First Revolutionary and the Death of Chivalry, by Dr Sophie Thérèse Ambler (History), at Daunt Books in Marylebone.

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