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Midlands3Cities Nottingham Masters Studentships for 2017 entry

Description
Applications for Midlands3Cities funding for commencement of Masters study in 2017 are now open. These financial awards are for students wishing to pursue a full-time on-site Masters over a maximum period of one year.
Date:
17/01/2017

Review - Just Philosophy: Gender, Race and Class in Philosophical Practice

Description
Ian James Kidd gives a review of the department's recent workshop, Just Philosophy: Gender, Race and Class in Philosophical Practice.
Date:
17/01/2017

Katherine Doniak awarded Library Research Grant

Description
Katherine Doniak has been awarded a prestigious Library Research Grant by the Getty Research Institute.
Date:
11/01/2017

Nick Baragwanath on BBC Radio 3

Description
Nick Baragwanath will be on BBC Radio 3 on 14 January discussing live Wagner recordings from the 1960s.
Date:
11/01/2017

New Perspectives: 'Towards a New Reality' - public engagement opportunity

Description
New Perspectives: 'Towards a New Reality' - public engagement opportunity
Date:
05/12/2016

PhD student Freddie Stephenson gets funding from Universities' China Committee

Description
PhD student to receive external research funding from the Universities' China Committee
Date:
28/11/2016

Call for Papers: 20s30sNetwork Symposium

Description
Call for Papers on the theme of 'Display' for the 20s30sNetwork Symposium.
Date:
21/11/2016

New book by Esther Eidinow

Description
Esther Eidinow's 'Women's Ritual Competence in the Greco-Roman Mediterranean' has just been published by Routledge
Date:
16/11/2016

Ian James Kidd asks: Can there be anything good in the experience of illness?

Description
Ian James Kidd has written an article for online magazine, Aeon, exploring whether there is anything good about being ill.
Date:
15/11/2016

New book by Nikki Rollason

Description
Nikki Rollason's 'Gifts of Clothing in Late Antique Literature' has just been published by Routledge
Date:
10/11/2016
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The politics of fear and the shift to the right

Date
01/02/2017
Location:
Hemsley Building B7
Description
A teach-in with staff and students to discuss and debate fundamental issues concerning the so-called 'Shift to the Right'.

Local history seminar - Saturday 11 February 2017

Date
11/02/2017
Location:
Lenton Grove, NG7 2RD, University Park
Description
Dr Julie Attard discusses the HLF-funded Charnwood Forest Roots project.

NottFAR - Tabla and Keyboards

Date
01/03/2017
Description
Tabla and Keyboards at the Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

Local history seminar - Saturday 11 March 2017

Date
11/03/2017
Location:
Lenton Grove, NG7 2RD, University Park
Description
Mike Jefferson discusses farming on the Templar estates in Lincolnshire following the arrest of the Order in 1308; Amy Calladine discusses public ritual in English towns, c.1630-1670.

NottFAR - SCAW Duo and Cuillin Sound

Date
24/03/2017
Location:
Djanogly Recital Hall
Description
SCAW Duo and Cuillin Sound present a flute, clarinet, bassoon and piano concert in the Djanogly Recital Hall

NottFAR - Simon Paterson Portrait Concert

Date
04/04/2017
Location:
Djanogly Recital Hall
Description
A Simon Paterson portrait concert with bass, piano, drums and saxophone in the Djanogly Recital Hall.

Histories of Religion and Sexuality

Date
24 - 25/04/2017
Location:
Highfield House, University of Nottingham. NG7 2RD, University Park
Description
For scholars working on the intersection of religion, gender, and sexuality.

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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