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Monday 8th September 2014

The Subject of Addiction: Culture and Clinic

Date
08 (08:00) - 09 September 2014 (16:00)
Location:
Highfields House
Description
This interdisciplinary event brings together critical and cultural theorists with clinical practitioners in order to interrogate contemporary addiction discourse, whether in governmental policy, psychiatric diagnostic frameworks, literary and media representations, or in the neuroscience of the 'addicted brain'.
Tuesday 9th September 2014

The Subject of Addiction: Culture and Clinic

Date
08 (08:00) - 09 September 2014 (16:00)
Location:
Highfields House
Description
This interdisciplinary event brings together critical and cultural theorists with clinical practitioners in order to interrogate contemporary addiction discourse, whether in governmental policy, psychiatric diagnostic frameworks, literary and media representations, or in the neuroscience of the 'addicted brain'.

Horizon 2020 information event

Date
09 September 2014 (10:00-15:00)
Location:
A11 Highfield House UP
Description
An information event on Horizon 2020: 'Collaborations and Accessing European Research'
Wednesday 17th September 2014

Faculty of Arts Centres and Institutes event

Date
17 (09:45) - 18 September 2014 (16:00)
Location:
Highfield House
Description
A two-day event for members of the Arts Faculty's Centres and Institutes, featuring a sandpit on day 2.
Thursday 18th September 2014

Faculty of Arts Centres and Institutes event

Date
17 (09:45) - 18 September 2014 (16:00)
Location:
Highfield House
Description
A two-day event for members of the Arts Faculty's Centres and Institutes, featuring a sandpit on day 2.
Thursday 6th November 2014

Emma Biggs and Matthew Collings at Djanogly Theatre

Date
06 November 2014 (19:30-22:30)
Description
Emma Biggs and Matthew Collings will discuss their own involvement with writing and the making of art by critically analysing different forms of writing used in support of their work as artists. Introduced and chaired by Paul Gladston, associate professor of Culture, Film and Media at the University of Nottingham and principal editor of the Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art.
Monday 13th April 2015

Contemporary Austrian Literature, Film and Culture - International Conference

Date
13 (12:00) - 15 April 2015 (17:00)
Location:
Highfield House
Description
13-15 April 2015
Tuesday 14th April 2015

Contemporary Austrian Literature, Film and Culture - International Conference

Date
13 (12:00) - 15 April 2015 (17:00)
Location:
Highfield House
Description
13-15 April 2015
Wednesday 15th April 2015

Contemporary Austrian Literature, Film and Culture - International Conference

Date
13 (12:00) - 15 April 2015 (17:00)
Location:
Highfield House
Description
13-15 April 2015
Friday 24th April 2015

A Germanic Sandwich 2015

Date
24 (09:00) - 25 April 2015 (17:00)
Description
A Germanic Sandwich 2015 will be the fifth in a series of conferences in which Dutch is compared with its closest Germanic neighbours, English and German. The first edition took place in Berlin in 2005 to commemorate the appearance of Nederlands tussen Duits en Engels ('Dutch between German and English'), a study by the renowned Dutch linguist C.B. van Haeringen. Subsequent editions were held in Sheffield (2008), Oldenburg (2010) and Leuven (2013). This two-day conference will take place on 24 and 25 April 2015 at the University of Nottingham (UK Campus).
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