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08.05.19 | Hurst Staff

Hurst is looking for a publicity assistant to join the team, assisting with all aspects of publicity, from organising events and drafting press releases to pitching to media outlets.

29.03.19 | Beatrice Heuser

Article 50 was triggered two years ago today, but on the day the UK was scheduled to leave the EU, the future remains unclear. Here, Beatrice Heuser takes a look at the context of Brexit, and the history that lead us here.

08.03.19 | Gabriele vom Bruck

Mirrored Loss tells the story of Amat al-Latif al Wazir, only daughter of ‘Abdullah al-Wazir, one of the leaders of Yemen’s constitutional movement of the mid-twentieth century for reform of the autocratic imamate.

Bradford Literature Festival
Chalke Valley History Festival
30 Jun 2019 – 10.00 - 11.00
Bradford Literature Festival
The Ernest Saville Room, Bradford City Hall
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