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Friday 1st July 2016

Hidden Histories – Beyond the Western Front

Hidden Histories – Beyond the Western Front
Date
01 - 02/07/2016
Location:
Albert Hall Conference Centre
Description
Through papers, presentations and workshops, this event will examine different understandings of the war and provide a broader cosmopolitan context in which to place the British First World War orthodoxy.

Comics, Politics, and Adaptation

Comics, Politics, and Adaptation
Date
01/07/2016
Location:
Trent A35, University Park Campus
Description
his symposium will explore the ways in which comics respond to the cultural and historical world around them. Taking a new approach to adaptation, it investigates how comics creators adapt and transform literary texts as well as how history and (auto)biography are translated into the comics medium. In addition to these topics, we will be discussing the political aspects of such adaptations focussing not only on the use of the medium to advance specific political perspectives but also on the political implications of adaptation as a process.
Saturday 2nd July 2016

Grand Tourists and Others: Travelling Abroad before the Twentieth Century

Date
29/04/2016 - 07/08/2016
Location:
Nottingham Lakeside Arts, University Park, Weston Gallery
Description
This exhibition, jointly curated by Dr Ross Balzaretti from The Department of History and Manuscripts and Special Collections, will take the visitor on a journey through the history of travel since the sixteenth century drawing on The University of Nottingham's rich archives.

The Viking World 2016 - Diversity and Change

Date
27/06/2016 - 02/07/2016
Location:
University of Nottingham
Description
The Viking World - a major international conference to be held in Nottingham 27 June - 2 July 2016

Hidden Histories – Beyond the Western Front

Hidden Histories – Beyond the Western Front
Date
01 - 02/07/2016
Location:
Albert Hall Conference Centre
Description
Through papers, presentations and workshops, this event will examine different understandings of the war and provide a broader cosmopolitan context in which to place the British First World War orthodoxy.

Digital Art History and Digital Museology: Modes of Analysis, Curation, and Audience Engagement

Date
02/07/2016
Location:
A11 Highfield House, Nottingham, University Park
Description
This workshop explores the opportunities and challenges of using digital technologies for art-historical, curatorial, industry, and museum practice.
Sunday 3rd July 2016

Grand Tourists and Others: Travelling Abroad before the Twentieth Century

Date
29/04/2016 - 07/08/2016
Location:
Nottingham Lakeside Arts, University Park, Weston Gallery
Description
This exhibition, jointly curated by Dr Ross Balzaretti from The Department of History and Manuscripts and Special Collections, will take the visitor on a journey through the history of travel since the sixteenth century drawing on The University of Nottingham's rich archives.
Monday 4th July 2016

Grand Tourists and Others: Travelling Abroad before the Twentieth Century

Date
29/04/2016 - 07/08/2016
Location:
Nottingham Lakeside Arts, University Park, Weston Gallery
Description
This exhibition, jointly curated by Dr Ross Balzaretti from The Department of History and Manuscripts and Special Collections, will take the visitor on a journey through the history of travel since the sixteenth century drawing on The University of Nottingham's rich archives.

RPA Heritage and the Digital: Showcase & Exhibition

Date
04/07/2016
Location:
Highfield House, University Park
Description
This afternoon and evening event will showcase the 2015/16 activities of the Research Priority Area Heritage and the Digital, provide opportunity to meet RPA members and engage with tools and good-practice documentation they have developed, and learn about current activity in the heritage sector from our keynote speaker.
Tuesday 5th July 2016

Grand Tourists and Others: Travelling Abroad before the Twentieth Century

Date
29/04/2016 - 07/08/2016
Location:
Nottingham Lakeside Arts, University Park, Weston Gallery
Description
This exhibition, jointly curated by Dr Ross Balzaretti from The Department of History and Manuscripts and Special Collections, will take the visitor on a journey through the history of travel since the sixteenth century drawing on The University of Nottingham's rich archives.
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