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4-Volume Set on Japanese Cinema Published by Routledge

Description
This major new reference resource offers a multi-dimensional overview of one hundred years of filmmaking in Japan.
Being Human programme announced

Being Human programme announced

Description
Events at venues across Nottingham and Eastwood as part of the UK's first national festival of humanities 15-23 November.
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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.

Slave trade legacies – the global cotton connections of the Derwent Valley mills

Date
Friday 31st October
Location:
B2, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
Dr Susanne Seymour, Deputy Director of the Institute for the Study of Slavery, looks to the Midlands to discuss the legacy of the slave trade.

The Ends of the Earth: Print Culture and Polar Exploration

Date
Monday 10th November
Location:
A39, A39 Sir Clive Granger
Description
American and Canadian Studies: visiting speakers
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Blogs: latest posts from around the faculty

  • Robert Peel in Caricature
    Say the word ‘caricature’ today in Britain and the chances are that you’ll have memories of the merciless lampooning of politicians by Spitting Image in the 1980s and 1990s or think of the prodigious output of leading political cartoonists such as Steve Bell in The Guardian. These are the inheritors of a long and distinguished ...
  • Onesies, adjective endings and the Bremer Stadtmusikanten: my summer at a German university
    Emily O’Malley, Year 2 German (Beginners) and History, was one of the four Nottingham students who were granted a scholarship by the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) to attend a summer course at a German university last year. (The internal deadline for this year’s application round is 12 November – please get in touch with ...
  • Skyscrapers, Mountains and Great Adventures; Studying Abroad at The University of Hong Kong
    Sometimes being a little bit reckless has its benefits. When I first applied to study abroad for the autumn semester of my second year I didn’t really think it through. Entranced by glitzy images on the Lonely Planet website I applied to study abroad in Hong Kong. However, two months in I can safely say ...

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