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Congratulations to Nick Thompson and Ariane Watson

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Nick Thompson and Ariane Watson have been accepted onto the British School at Athens Undergraduate Course 2017
Date:
21/04/2017

King-Ho Leung wins Heymann Prize

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TRS PhD candidate King-Ho Leung wins University Tri-Campus Postgraduate Prize
Date:
13/04/2017

Environmental historian commemorates 50th anniversary of oil tanker disaster

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Dr Rob Lambert from the Department of History commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the Torrey Canyon oil tanker disaster.
Date:
11/04/2017

COTCA PhD studentship applications welcomed - deadline extended

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PhD studentship: Auditory histories of occupation in Twentieth-Century Asia - deadline extended to 30 April 2017
Date:
29/03/2017

Call for Papers: Cultures of Occupation: Establishing a Transnational Dialogue

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Call for Papers for the 3-day conference, Cultures of Occupation: Establishing a Transnational Dialogue, as part of the COTCA research project.
Date:
28/03/2017

Dr Matthew Ward publishes new book

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Matthew Ward has a new examination of the livery collar in late medieval England and Wales.
Date:
24/03/2017

East Africa emergency, fundraising bake sale, 27 March

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Bake sale in Humanities on 27 March for the Disasters Emergency Committee
Date:
23/03/2017

Sir Francis Hill Postrgraduate Scholarship for 2017 entry

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One Sir Francis Hill Scholarship is available for the academic year 2017/18. This award is open to nominations from the Faculties of Social Sciences and Arts. Students with a conditional or an unconditional offer on a PhD research programme at the University of Nottingham, or who are currently in the first year of their PhD are eligible to apply.
Date:
14/03/2017

Dr Hannah O'Regan's research featured in the New Scientist

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Dr Hannah O'Regan's research featured in the New Scientist
Date:
09/03/2017

Staff Oscars success

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Craig French and Stephen Barker from the Department of Philosophy have been recognised in the recent University Staff Oscars.
Date:
09/03/2017
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British Agricultural History Society workshop

Date
03/05/2017
Location:
Humanities A03, University Park
Description
Call for Papers and event registration for this workshop on British agricultural history.

The 20s30s Network Symposium on Display

Date
05 - 06/05/2017
Location:
B46 Trent Building, University Park
Description
The 20s30s Network presents a two-day workshop on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th May 2017 which will explore the theme of 'Display'.

The Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature AGM and lecture

Date
06/05/2017
Location:
A41 Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
Description
The Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Literature present their annual public lecture hosted by the Department of History at the University of Nottingham.

Research seminar, 10 May 2017

Date
10/05/2017
Location:
Machicado Suite, University Park, Willoughby Hall
Description
Sarah Holland, Public History in the Curriculum and BeyondRichard Gaunt, Rebellion in Action: The Curatorial View

Royal Institute of Philosophy Seminar Wednesday 10 May 2017

Date
10/05/2017
Location:
Machicado Suite, Willoughby Hall
Description
Research seminar with Craig French (University of Nottingham)

Lumsden Lecture, Thursday 11 May 2017

Date
11/05/2017
Location:
Humanities A03
Description
The annual Lumsden Lecture with Prof Tim Crane (University of Cambridge)

Kristie Dotson #BlackLivesMatter Talk Friday 12 May

Date
12/05/2017
Location:
Hemsley B2
Description
Kristie Dotson (Michigan State University) on "Accumulating Epistemic Power: The Case of Joe Scarborough on #Black Lives Matter."

Does literature build peace? Literature and UNESCO's mission

Date
17/05/2017
Location:
a30, Lakeside Arts, University Park Campus
Description
The Centre for Advanced Studies is delighted to welcome Professor Sarah Churchwell to the University of Nottingham to speak on the value of literature to today's society and to reflect on the ambitions of UNESCO 70 years on from when it was first established.

NottFAR - Recomposing the city

Date
26/05/2017
Location:
Djanogly Recital Hall
Description
Re-composing the city: New scores for silent films. A series of productions set on the theme of city, reworking an audio visual experience.

Sensing Divinity: Incense, religion and the ancient sensorium

Date
23 - 24/06/2017
Location:
British School of Rome, Ecole francaise de Rome
Description
For scholars working in archaeology, anthropology, cultural history, literature, art history, and the history of religion, as well as local artists and members of the public.
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