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Three C3R postgraduate students to deliver seminar

Blog success sees students invited to teach on race and justice for International Human Rights course.

New WW1 work by Nottingham alumnus Alex Patterson

On the Idle Hill to be performed by Music for Everyone's flagship Festival Chorus and Concert Orchestra, 7 Feb, Albert Hall, Nottingham.
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Undergraduate open day
Talk to students and staff, and view the facilities and resources of University Park campus.



Adding Value to Research Bids (for Faculties of Arts and Engineering)

Monday 30th March
A11 Highfield House
An event to look at how IT Services can create an IT environment that supports world-changing research, specifically for the Arts and Engineering faculties

Modernist Musics and Political Aesthetics

Wednesday 8th - Friday 10th April
University of Nottingham
Modernist Musics and Political Aesthetics is a three-day conference aiming to explore interfaces between cultural modernism (literary and visual, architectural, musical, and/or philosophical), music, musicality, and musicology in relation to modernism and literature and and the political implications of art and theories of the aesthetic in the twentieth century.

Contemporary Austrian Literature, Film and Culture - International Conference

Monday 13th - Wednesday 15th April
Highfield House
13-15 April 2015
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Faculty of Arts call for papers and conferences

Blogs: latest posts from around the faculty

  • Placements
    This blog post was written by second year English Language and Literature student, Charlotte Lambert from the School of English. As an English student at the University, I am sure that you are all familiar with the email notifications that are sent on a regular basis, advertising the latest placement opportunities. You may have scrolled down and ...
  • Hamlet (Royal Exchange) @ The Broadway, Nottingham
    Watching the Royal Exchange production of Hamlet on the big screen, in a specially recorded film version (still performed in front of an audience, but with a certain amount of editing work to make the most of key images), brought home to me the significance of much of the production’s work. While I enjoyed the ...
  • Early Modern Medievalism: The End or Creation of the Middle Ages?
    Post by Dr Mike Rodman Jones, School of English Albrecht Durer’s St Jerome in his Study (1513) is a seminal work in Renaissance art history. It is also one that, in its subject, execution, and reception, divides cultural time in a way that both omits and contains the Middle Ages. St Jerome (d. 420) appears ...

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