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New Eyelink 1000+ eye-tracking system at CRAL

New Eyelink 1000+ eye-tracking system at CRAL

The Centre for Research in Applied Linguistics (CRAL) has a new eye-tracking system: an Eyelink 1000+ from SR Research.
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Undergraduate open day
Talk to students and staff, and view the facilities and resources of University Park campus.



Young Soul Rebels – free film screening

Tuesday 21st October
Hallward Library, Screening Room, University Park
Free film screening of 'Young Soul Rebels' – directed by Isaac Julien, examining the interaction between youth cultural movements during the late 70s in the UK. Introduced by Professor Abigail Ward from the School of English.

Manoel de Barros and Eco-Criticism

Wednesday 22nd October
Trent B4
Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies: Research Seminar Series, Autumn 2014
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Blogs: latest posts from around the faculty

  • Three FREE events at D.H. Lawrence Heritage for this year’s Festival of Humanities
    By Carolyn Melbourne, D.H. Lawrence Heritage, Broxtowe Borough Council Writers go in and out of fashion but D.H. Lawrence remains relevant.  Described as ‘The prophet of the Midlands’, there is a visionary aspect to his writing; his attitudes to industry, capitalism, nature and of course sex were out of kilter for his own time but now ...
  • Tig, You’re It
    Lynn Fotheringham, Director of the Centre for Ancient Drama and its Reception (based in the Classics Dept at Nottingham University), reviews Pilot Theatre’s current production of Antigone. Pilot Theatre’s production of Sophocles’ Antigone (in a new version by Roy Williams) came to the Lakeside in the same week that we were covering screen-versions of Greek ...
  • People often think they know Martin Luther King Jr, but do they?
    Look at the new statue in Washington, featured on the poster below. Its design was controversial because some felt it made King look too stern and forbidding a figure, but maybe it corrected a false perception of him and his non-violent philosophy as simply conciliatory and passive. The monument also casts an African American in ...

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