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A Decade of the Midlands Viking Symposium

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.



Lecture: 'Lawrence and Drama'

Wednesday 24th September
Nottingham Playhouse
Associate Professor James Moran discusses D.H. Lawrence's works for the theatre.

Rehearsed Reading of 'The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd' by D.H. Lawrence

Thursday 25th September
University of Nottingham
A rare chance to see a reading from D.H. Lawrence's plays.

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

Monday 27th October - Friday 7th November
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.
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Blogs: latest posts from around the faculty

  • Greek for the Globe
    Requests for translation into ancient Greek are understandably rare. But one was passed on to Oliver Thomas recently from a friend-of-a-friend at the Globe Theatre. For their production of Julius Caesar the Globe’s creative team wanted to mark the three main deaths (those of Caesar, Brutus and Cassius) by adding a small female chorus of ...
  • Hamlet @ The Royal Exchange, Manchester
    Despite the apparent novelty, Hamlet is perhaps the Shakespearean tragic hero most often played by a woman. As Tony Howard’s excellent book sets out, women have performed the role for more than two centuries, and indeed the finest of all Hamlet films features the superlative Asta Nielsen in the role. Nonetheless, Maxine Peake’s return to ...
  • Jeff Koons: A Retrospective, Whitney Museum, New York
    Jeff Koons’ prolific body of work speaks easily to those visiting the Whitney Museum for their summer exhibition. Consumer and popular culture being at the center of his ideologies puts […]

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