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Congratulations to our first Impact Leaders Programme cohort

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Thirteen social scientists from across the University will participate in the year-long IAA programme, each in partnership with a carefully selected external stakeholder
Date:
27/08/2015

Funding office one day closure

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Funding Office one-day closure, 4th September 2015
Date:
17/08/2015

School of Politics to host ECPR Summer School on Political Parties

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The School of Politics and International Relations is delighted to announce that we will be hosting the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) Summer School on Political Parties for the next three years.
Date:
17/08/2015

'Remarkable' new history of Radicals in America

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The first complete and continuous history of left-wing social movements in the United States from the Second World War to the present has been written by an American historian at the University of Nottingham
Date:
07/08/2015

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship successes for Nottingham academics

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Results from the last round, announced May 2015
Date:
25/06/2015

Nottingham Research Fellowships and Anne McLaren Fellowships 2016 call

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Details of the 2016 competition for Nottingham Research Fellowships announced
Date:
24/06/2015

Digital storytelling in Venice

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Visitors to an international art exhibition can uncover the hidden stories behind one of Italy's most iconic cities through their GPS-enabled smartphone.
Date:
02/06/2015

Discipline Bridging Award Successes

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The School of Politics and International Relations is delighted to announce that colleagues in the School have been successful in two applications for Discipline Bridging Awards from the University.
Date:
28/05/2015

The Mediterranean crisis – is not like the slave trade.

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An open letter signed by more than 250 academics and experts on slavery and migration from around the globe, has condemned the EU's efforts to prevent migrants from leaving the North African coast. The University of Nottingham's Professor Zoe Trodd and Professor Stephen Hodkinson advise that there is much we might learn from the antislavery past and that the historical 'lesson' is that wealthier nations flourish best when they adapt flexibly and accommodate migrant peoples.
Date:
21/05/2015
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