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New online tool to study the works of Charles Dickens

The CLiC interface uses corpus linguistic methods to allow the user to search for words in different types of contexts, for example, in fictional speech, or in narrative stretches likely to contain body language; the tool provides frequency information, different display options for words in context, and enables comparisons of frequency data across texts.
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Undergraduate open day
Talk to students and staff, and view the facilities and resources of University Park campus.



Public lecture: The Papacy and Heresy in the High Middle Ages

Tuesday 27th January
A48, Sir Clive Granger Building, University of Nottingham, University Park
Master class by Dr Rebecca Rist, University of Reading, for the Medieval Heresy and Dissent Research Network.

LGBT History Month: Pride screening with Mike Jackson Q&A

Sunday 1st February
Broadway Media Centre
A Broadway Cinema event in conjunction with the University of Nottingham; includes a talk by Mike Jackson, Nottingham-born co-founder of Lesbian and Gays Support the Miners.

Presenting Philippines: World Expositions, Architecture, Empire, Concrete, Roads, Race and maybe the Real

Wednesday 4th February
LG11 Trent
American and Canadian Studies Research Seminar
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Faculty of Arts call for papers and conferences

Blogs: latest posts from around the faculty

  • I watch films as part of my degree… !
    It was 2pm, I was sat in bed in my jammies, and my housemates walked into my room and found me watching The Hunger Games. I should mention that this was on day 3 of the first week of autumn semester exams. I completed my only exam on the first day and handed in my ...
  • Charlie Hebdo editors double down on their principles in first issue since attacks
    The latest edition of Charlie Hebdo is nothing out of the ordinary. Today’s response to the attack on its offices on January 7 is precisely what sets it apart from other newspapers. The front cover, a cartoon of a weeping prophet Muhammad holding a sign reading “Je suis Charlie” that was released in advance, is ...
  • Women and the Law in 14th-Century England
    In November 1394 Robert Polidod and his wife Margery, both of Nottingham, complained in the city’s  borough court that Richard Hawkburn and his wife Alice owed them 22d for ale and a cash loan. Though Richard and Alice denied owing the money, an inquisition jury was summoned and reported that they did.  The couple were ...

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