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Tuesday 4th November 2014

Philosophical Theology Reading Group

Date
04/11/2014
Location:
The Hemsley
Description
The theme of the Philosophical Theology Reading Group is 'Derrida and Malabou; Messianicity and Plasticity'. Session 2: Catherine Malabou, Plasticity at the Dusk of Writing: Dialectic, Destruction, Deconstruction, 1-62.
Friday 7th November 2014

Research Seminar, Friday 7 November

Date
07/11/2014
Location:
A2, Humanities Building
Description
Dr Antoine Arjakovsky (Co-director of the Society-Freedom-Peace research group at the Collège des Bernardins, Paris) will speak on "Russia-Ukraine: Theology and Politics" in A2, Humanities Building. All are welcome to attend.
Saturday 15th November 2014

Being Human Festival

Date
15 - 23/11/2014
Location:
Nottingham city-wide venues
Description
The UK's first national festival of the humanities is coming to Nottingham; join in activities across the city relating to the themes of Heroes and Villains, exploring Nottingham's tradition of subversion and rebellion. The festival is funded and led by the School of Advanced Study, in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the British Academy.

Application Writing Workshop: Midlands3Cities Postgraduate Funding

Application Writing Workshop: Midlands3Cities Postgraduate Funding
Date
15/11/2014
Location:
City Campus, Newton Building, Nottingham Trent University
Description
Workshop for Home/EU students interested in applying for postgraduate funding in the Arts and Humanities
Sunday 16th November 2014

Being Human Festival

Date
15 - 23/11/2014
Location:
Nottingham city-wide venues
Description
The UK's first national festival of the humanities is coming to Nottingham; join in activities across the city relating to the themes of Heroes and Villains, exploring Nottingham's tradition of subversion and rebellion. The festival is funded and led by the School of Advanced Study, in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the British Academy.
Monday 17th November 2014

Being Human Festival

Date
15 - 23/11/2014
Location:
Nottingham city-wide venues
Description
The UK's first national festival of the humanities is coming to Nottingham; join in activities across the city relating to the themes of Heroes and Villains, exploring Nottingham's tradition of subversion and rebellion. The festival is funded and led by the School of Advanced Study, in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the British Academy.
Tuesday 18th November 2014

Being Human Festival

Date
15 - 23/11/2014
Location:
Nottingham city-wide venues
Description
The UK's first national festival of the humanities is coming to Nottingham; join in activities across the city relating to the themes of Heroes and Villains, exploring Nottingham's tradition of subversion and rebellion. The festival is funded and led by the School of Advanced Study, in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the British Academy.

Being Human Festival: Curb Your Enthusiasm - Sex, Censorship and Art

Being Human Festival: Curb Your Enthusiasm - Sex, Censorship and Art
Date
18/11/2014
Location:
Nottingham Contemporary
Description
Artist Dawn Woolley and philosopher Professor Stephen Mumford in conversation on the subject of censorship. Free admission.
Wednesday 19th November 2014

Being Human Festival

Date
15 - 23/11/2014
Location:
Nottingham city-wide venues
Description
The UK's first national festival of the humanities is coming to Nottingham; join in activities across the city relating to the themes of Heroes and Villains, exploring Nottingham's tradition of subversion and rebellion. The festival is funded and led by the School of Advanced Study, in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the British Academy.
Thursday 20th November 2014

Being Human Festival

Date
15 - 23/11/2014
Location:
Nottingham city-wide venues
Description
The UK's first national festival of the humanities is coming to Nottingham; join in activities across the city relating to the themes of Heroes and Villains, exploring Nottingham's tradition of subversion and rebellion. The festival is funded and led by the School of Advanced Study, in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the British Academy.
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