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4-Volume Set on Japanese Cinema Published by Routledge

This major new reference resource offers a multi-dimensional overview of one hundred years of filmmaking in Japan.
Nottingham's Department of Music ranked no. 4 in the UK

Nottingham's Department of Music ranked no. 4 in the UK

The Guardian University Guide 2015 has ranked Nottingham's Music Department as the fourth-best in the country.
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Undergraduate open day
Talk to students and staff, and view the facilities and resources of University Park campus.



Learn new ways to transcribe and analyse video recordings for your research in this short course from CRAL

Thursday 15th - Friday 16th January
Digital Humanities Centre
This course is for researchers who analyse video or audio recordings of spoken interaction. It will provide a practical, step-by-step guide to using software tools that help with your research. The 2-day course takes place 15th-16th January 9.30-16.30 both days, providing a taught introduction with hands on practice and assistance.

New Starter's Event January 2015

Wednesday 21st January
A welcome event to introduce new academic starters in the Arts & Social Sciences to the support offered by the Centre for Advanced Studies.

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.
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Faculty of Arts call for papers and conferences

Blogs: latest posts from around the faculty

  • Race and Rights: Ferguson Part 6
    Post by Jasmine Gothelf Below is the sixth of a multi-part series responding to events in Ferguson – the protests and civil disorder that began the day after the fatal shooting of an African American man, Michael Brown, by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, on August 9, 2014, and continued after the decision ...
  • An Outline of Two of Tiqqun’s Concepts: ‘Civil War’ and ‘Bloom’
    The following was just one of the presentations given during the ‘Anti-Market’ section of the Vital Theory symposium that took place at the Nottingham Contemporary on the 12th of December 2014. Our very own David Eckersley (former MA and now PhD student in the Centre for Critical Theory) offers a quick take on two key ...
  • Vital Theory Paper: Re-membering, human rights and neoliberalism
    The human rights project, ostensibly hegemonic since the collapse of communism, has gained most traction in so- called transitional societies, a term which does not describe an anomaly, so much as it does a practice designed to manage the global order of things. It describes the ever more frequent process in which the end of ...

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