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There are 6 events taking place this week
Wednesday 27th May 2015

Chinese cinema: space, identity and politics research symposium

Chinese cinema: space, identity and politics research symposium
Date
27 May 2015
Location:
A09, Highfield House, University Park
Description
The Department of Culture, Film and media present 'Chinese cinema: space, identity and politics research symposium'.

Technological revolution in American schools and the Center for Algebraic Thinking

Technological revolution in American schools and the Center for Algebraic Thinking
Date
27 May 2015
Location:
C42, Dearing Building, Jubilee Campus
Description
The School of Education and Steve Rhine present 'Technological revolution in American schools and the Center for Algebraic Thinking'.

Welcoming animals: the borders of hospitality

Welcoming animals: the borders of hospitality
Date
27 May 2015
Location:
A09, Highfield House, University Park
Description
The Travel Cultures Network and Professor Judith Still present 'Welcoming animals: the borders of hospitality'. This paper will consider the defining of hospitality and inhospitality in more than one language in relation to 'man' and his 'others'.

Roundtable on the 50th anniversary of the Americanisation of the Vietnam War

Roundtable on the 50th anniversary of the Americanisation of the Vietnam War
Date
27 May 2015
Location:
A01, Highfield House, University Park
Description
Join the Department of American and Canadian Studies for a 'Roundtable on the 50th anniversary of the Americanisation of the Vietnam War'. Contributions from some of the world's leading scholars include Professor Judy Wu, Professor Matthew Jones, and Dr Christopher Phelps.

Passions of the Cut Sleeve

Passions of the Cut Sleeve
Date
27 May 2015
Location:
Nottingham Lakeside Arts, University Park
Description
For a long time, homosexuality has been regarded as a 'western import' in China. Hongwei Bao examines evidence from China's history suggesting otherwise, and in doing so offers a new understanding of same-sex intimacy in the context of China.
Thursday 28th May 2015

Text paintings and speech acts: literary encounters

Text paintings and speech acts: literary encounters
Date
28 May 2015
Location:
Nottingham Contemporary, The Studio
Description
In this free event, Professor Sharon Monteith discusses 'Text paintings and speech acts: literary encounters'. Part of the 'Encounters and collisions' workshop series to accompany an exhibition of American and African-American art.
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