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A Decade of the Midlands Viking Symposium

Description
The tenth annual Midlands Viking Symposium took place in Birmingham on the 26th of April
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Undergraduate open day
Talk to students and staff, and view the facilities and resources of University Park campus.
 

 

Events

Louise Mullany's MOOC: 'How to read your boss'

Date
Wednesday 1st - Friday 31st October
Description
Dr. Mullany's MOOC: 'How to read your boss' will be launched in October 2014, via the University of Nottingham's FutureLearn platform, where you can already sign up for the course.

CBET Workshop - The Fate of the Body After Death

Date
Saturday 25th October
Location:
Humanities Building
Description
The Centre's collaborative research focus on a series of workshops bringing together biblical and historical perspectives with contemporary and theological points of view on a specific topic. The first of these workshops will be focused on the fate of the body after death, to be held on Saturday 25 October 2014.

BFI Science Fiction Film Festival: Gattaca screening

Date
Saturday 25th October
Location:
Keighton Auditorium UP
Description
As part of the BFI's Sci-fi Days of Fear and Wonder Festival, the University of Nottingham is delighted to be working with Broadway Media Centre to look at the science in Science Fiction and just what scares us
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Blogs: latest posts from around the faculty

  • The Habsburg Empire and Italian Nationalism, 1815-66
    The Habsburg Empire that was finally extinguished in 1918 was made up of numerous nationalities.  The national sentiment that developed within the Empire’s various national groupings in the nineteenth century is usually seen as a force for division within that empire, leading first to the independence of Italy between 1859 and 1870, and ultimately to ...
  • Hammer of Defiance
    By Andy Barrett, Excavate We have started rehearsals on our re-working of The Hammer of Defiance, which tells of an early Luddite attack, in Sutton in Ashfield in 1811, and the subsequent trial in 1812, of Benjamin Hancock and six others. The original performances of this community play, as all of the shows that Excavate ...
  • Nas at Lovebox: 20 years of Illmatic
    To mark Black History Month, Nottingham MRes student Jasmine Gothelf (American & Canadian Studies) reviews a recent performance by the African American artist Nas in Britain, and discusses the ongoing political relevance of hip hop to contemporary African American life. Please join the American & Canadian Studies department for its Black History Events this month: ...

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