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Events

Tuesday 27th September 2016

Professor Jonathan Jacobs Lecture

Date
27/09/2016
Location:
Machicado Suite, Willoughby Hall
Description
Professor Jonathan Jacobs, director of the Institute of Criminal Justice Ethics and chair of the Philosophy Department at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, will give a presentation on Tuesday, 27 September.
Thursday 29th September 2016

Futures Festival - careers advice and opportunities

Date
29/09/2016
Location:
Highfield House, University Park
Description
For all arts students: get a taste of what you can do alongside your studies to increase your job prospects. The festival includes volunteer and paid opportunities currently available on campus.
Saturday 15th October 2016

Black Power at 50! A Film Festival on the Anniversary of Black Power

Black Power at 50! A Film Festival on the Anniversary of Black Power
Date
15/10/2016
Location:
Nottingham Contemporary
Description
Please join the Centre for Research in Race and Rights as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Carmichael's infamous slogan with a Black Power Film Festival
Sunday 16th October 2016

The Qurʾān between Judaism and Christianity – lecture 2, Sunday 16 October 2016

Date
16/10/2016
Location:
A48 Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
Description
The Qur?an between Judaism and Christianity is a series of public lectures funded by the British Academy, hosted at The University of Nottingham, and co-sponsored by the Karimia Institute. The second lecture takes place on Sunday 16 October 2016.
Wednesday 19th October 2016

Seminar Series - Televising Childbirth

Date
19/10/2016
Location:
Location to be confirmed
Description
The seminars are part of a collaborative Wellcome-funded project that brings together media and health sciences scholars to discuss the ways in which childbirth is represented on television.This seminar is supported by the Wellcome Trust. Co-hosted by the Maternal Health and Wellbeing Research Group and Health Humanities

The Slave's Cause: A New History of Abolition

The Slave's Cause: A New History of Abolition
Date
19/10/2016
Location:
Clive Granger Building A41
Description
Please join the Department of American and Canadian Studies for its distinguished annual lecture, delivered this year by Professor Manisha Sinha, Draper Chair in American History, University of Connecticut, and a world-leading expert on the history of slavery and abolition
Thursday 20th October 2016

Nottingham International Microfilm Festival : 20-22nd October

Date
20 - 22/10/2016
Location:
Nottingham
Description
We are pleased to announce the programme of this annual film festival which takes place at venues throughout Nottingham on 20-22 October 2016.

Beyond the Walls: Murals as Activism A Film Screening and Conversation

Beyond the Walls: Murals as Activism A Film Screening and Conversation
Date
20/10/2016
Location:
New Art Exchange
Description
Join us as we reflect on the success of Nottingham's first Black History Mural and consider the impact and legacy of murals more globally
Friday 21st October 2016

Nottingham International Microfilm Festival : 20-22nd October

Date
20 - 22/10/2016
Location:
Nottingham
Description
We are pleased to announce the programme of this annual film festival which takes place at venues throughout Nottingham on 20-22 October 2016.
Saturday 22nd October 2016

Nottingham International Microfilm Festival : 20-22nd October

Date
20 - 22/10/2016
Location:
Nottingham
Description
We are pleased to announce the programme of this annual film festival which takes place at venues throughout Nottingham on 20-22 October 2016.
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