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Talk Matters

Professor Heritage is one of the world’s most prominent conversation analysts, and a leading figure in the study of social interaction, in both ‘everyday’ life and institutional settings


Wonders on Wednesday – the Petyt Collection

A drop in session where everyone is welcome to come and handle some of the Petyt collection including a coloured atlas, an early chronicle of the world, and the dissection of a rat - something for everyone!


A foot in two camps? and Tales from the hungry mind

The Department of Education hold two inaugural lectures back-to-back


Aesthetics, politics and pleasure: How literature transforms us

Although literature can be seen as another cultural product competing for ideological supremacy, ultimately it is the beauty of literary language which provides pleasure and allows us to meditate on our particular 21st century human experience


Masculinities and the emergence of public politics in late Medieval England: A sketch

This lecture explores how and why it could be that masculinities based on violence and personal status proved so resilient as new forms of public politics became established in the thirteenth and fourteenth century

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Staff news

Animals (pets) in the workplace

Posted on Thursday 13 June 2019

In response to an increasing number of requests from managers for clarity about the University’s policy on animals (pets) in the workplace, a new policy and guidance has been developed.

Immediate closure of Lakeside Way

Posted on Thursday 6 June 2019

Due to the recent excessive weather conditions, there has been further deterioration of the condition of Lakeside Way on Campus East.

York Pride 2019

Posted on Tuesday 28 May 2019

Show your support for the LGBT+ community by attending the rainbow flag raising on campus and join in the York Pride march.

Free bike doctor sessions this term

Posted on Friday 3 May 2019

Register your bike and sort out any problems.

Professional@York Forum: Enhancing collaboration and continuous improvement

Posted on Wednesday 17 April 2019

Professional@York forum with 8 breakout sessions.

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