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Danelaw Saga: Bringing Vikings Back to the East Midlands - Exhibition

Date
Friday 15th December - Sunday 8th April
Location:
Weston Gallery Lakeside
Description
Invade - immigrate - integrate - inspire. 'Danelaw Saga' tells the tale of how the Vikings shaped the East Midlands.

Early Modern Science and Mathematics

Date
Monday 18th December
Location:
A2 Humanities Building
Description
Early Modern Science and Mathematics - a one day workshop hosted by the Department of Philosophy

Viking Nottinghamshire Book Launch

Date
Monday 18th December
Location:
Weston Gallery Lakeside
Description
Launch of a new book on Viking Nottinghamshire

Holme from Home? East Midland Place-Names and the Story of Viking Settlement

Date
Wednesday 20th December
Description
What can place-names tell us about Vikings in the East Midlands?
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Paul Smith discusses Cosica's desire for greater autonomy with Izvestia

Description
Experts doubt that the authorities of France, one of the most centralised countries of Europe, will agree to fulfil the requirements of Corsican nationalists, but the "spectre of Catalonia" hovering over the region will still make them less harsh.

Dr Matthew Ward interviewed by the History News Network

Description
Dr Matthew Ward interviewed by History News Network

David Stuttard to deliver talk on 'Evolving Greek Tragedy'

Description
David Stuttard, Actors of Dionysus, to deliver talk on Evolving Greek Tragedy

University of Nottingham works to eradicate slavery in Nottingham

Description
American and Canadian Studies PhD researcher Hannah Jeffery spoke to the BBC about a new archive of antislavery street art: Walls of Slavery, Walls of Freedom, as part of the Global Rights lab.

Dr Hongwei Bao presents talk on queer theory at the University of Warwick

Description
Dr Hongwei Bao presented a talk entitled 'Translating Queer Theory and Imagining LGBT Identities in China' at the University of Warwick.
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