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Saturday 20th September 2014

Elsie and Maries go to war - Females at the Front in the Great War

Elsie and Maries go to war - Females at the Front in the Great War
Date
20/09/2014
Location:
Keighton Auditorium, University Park
Description
As part of Nottingham City Council's Trent in Trenches series, Dr Diane Atkinson delivers a talk looking at the role of women in the First World War. The lecture will be based on her acclaimed book 'Elsie and Mairi go to War', the story of how how two British heroines defied convention and Germany's war machine to rescue allied wounded from the battlefields of Belgium.
Wednesday 24th September 2014

Ageing and care for older LGBT people – the Last Outing

Ageing and care for older LGBT people – the Last Outing
Date
24/09/2014
Location:
Djanogly Theatre, Nottingham Lakeside Arts, University Park
Description
This event will look at care for older LGBT people, and will include a discussion of Dr Kathryn Almack's findings as part of the Last Outing project, as well as a presentation from entertainer Clare Summerskill.

Community, commemoration and the First World War

Community, commemoration and the First World War
Date
24/09/2014
Location:
3 North Serwood Street, Lecture room, NG1 4EZ, Nottingham Mechanics
Description
Community, Commenmoration and the First World War is a project exploring World War One-era people and events that fall outside the traditional image. The roadshow is an opportunity for communities to get together and discuss plans to commemorate the centenary years of the First World War.
Tuesday 30th September 2014

Ingenuity KnowledgeXchange – Future Gazing and Future Shaping

Ingenuity KnowledgeXchange – Future Gazing and Future Shaping
Date
30/09/2014
Location:
Jubilee Campus, Nottingham, The Sir Colin Campbell Building
Description
In this breakfast event, futurist Christopher Barnatt returns to explore the application of future studies as a business tool. In particular he will focus on the business impact of increasing resource scarcity, rising localisation, re-distributed manufacturing, and associated new technologies.
Friday 3rd October 2014

Pendulum's Bargain Emporium

Pendulum's Bargain Emporium
Date
03/10/2014
Location:
Djanogly Theatre, Nottingham Lakeside Arts
Description
Following a critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013, Maison Foo invite you to visit Pendulums Emporium and look around. You may get more than you bargained for!
Thursday 16th October 2014

Can we 3D print with atoms?

Can we 3D print with atoms?
Date
16/10/2014
Location:
b1, Physics Building, University Park
Description
As part of the science public lecture series, Professor Philip Moriarty gives a lecture looking at the possibilities of 3D printing with atoms. Admission is free, all are welcome.
Saturday 18th October 2014

Outlaws and Un-Merry Men – Military Executions in the Great War

Outlaws and Un-Merry Men – Military Executions in the Great War
Date
18/10/2014
Location:
Keighton Auditorium, University Park
Description
Julian Putkowski is Britain's leading expert on First World War military courts martial. 'Outlaws and Un-Merry Men' will draw attention to soldiers serving with the Sherwood Foresters, who were executed during the First World War.

University Philarmonia

University Philarmonia
Date
18/10/2014
Location:
Djanogly Recital Hall, Nottingham Lakeside Arts, University Park
Description
The University Philarmonia starts the academic year with a spirited event. Beginning with Haydn's Symphony No. 61, followed by Nottingham alumna's performance of Panufnik's Violin Concerto. Poulenc's Sinfonietta completes the programme.
Wednesday 22nd October 2014

Is there enough for all of us? Global growth, climate change and food security

Is there enough for all of us? Global growth, climate change and food security
Date
22/10/2014
Location:
A30 Lecture Theatre, Nottingham Lakeside Arts
Description
Hosted by The University of Nottingham and the Papplewick Pumping Station Trust, Dame Barbara Stocking discusses the impact of global growth and climate change on food security.
Saturday 8th November 2014

Digging the Trenches – Great War Archaeology

Digging the Trenches – Great War Archaeology
Date
08/11/2014
Location:
Keighton Auditorium, University Park
Description
Andy Robertshaw is a military historian, author and television expert, and will give a talk on the topic of archaeology during the First World War. His presentation will focus on archaeological evidence to highlight the Great War as experienced rather than imagined.
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