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PhD student Freddie Stephenson gets funding from Universities' China Committee

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

Call for Papers: 20s30sNetwork Symposium

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

New book by Esther Eidinow

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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?

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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

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Nikki Rollason's 'Gifts of Clothing in Late Antique Literature' has just been published by Routledge
Date:
10/11/2016
PhD opportunity working with manuscripts and special collections

PhD opportunity working with manuscripts and special collections

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New PhD studentship in the Faculty of Arts to study our manuscripts and special collections.
Date:
10/11/2016

Sascha Auerbach awarded honourable mention for Sutherland Prize

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An article by Sascha Auerbach, a lecturer in the department of History, has been awarded honourable mention for the Sutherland Prize, the chief prize in his field of English legal history.
Date:
03/11/2016

AHRC PhD funding application deadline: 16 January 2017

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Applications for Midlands3Cities Doctoral Partnership AHRC funding for commencement of PhD study in 2017 are now open. Choose from three workshops in November to assist with your application.
Date:
27/10/2016
First for graduate employability

First for graduate employability

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We're the University of the Year for Graduate Employability according to Good University Guide 2017,
Date:
27/09/2016
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The Qurʾān between Judaism and Christianity – lecture 3, Sunday 4 December 2016

Date
04/12/2016
Location:
A48 Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
Description
The Qur?an between Judaism and Christianity is a series of public lectures funded by the British Academy, hosted at The University of Nottingham, and co-sponsored by the Karimia Institute. The third lecture takes place on Sunday 4 December 2016.

Department of Classics Research Seminar

Date
06/12/2016
Location:
A3, Humanities Building, University Park
Description
Postgraduate presentations

Philosophers on the Shift to the Right

Date
06/12/2016
Location:
Law and Social Science Building B62
Description
A teach-in with staff and students to discuss philosophical questions and concerns surrounding the election of Donald Trump.

NIRVC research seminar – Sam Thorne

Date
07/12/2016
Location:
A11, Highfield House
Description
The Nottingham Institute for Research in Visual Culture invites Sam Thorne (Nottingham Contemporary) to discuss 'New Schools: self-organised and artist-run education'.

Local history seminar - Saturday 10 December 2016

Date
10/12/2016
Location:
Lenton Grove, NG7 2RD, University Park
Description
Radcliffe on Trent U3A First World War Group address three questions: How do we discover what ordinary people did in the war? How do we present their stories? How was the war experienced by those who participated?

The De-industrialising City: Urban, architectural and socio-cultural perspectives

Date
12 - 13/12/2016
Location:
German Historical Institute, London
Description
Joint workshop with the Society for the Promotion of Urban Discussion (SPUD). When the Coventry-based band The Specials released their single 'Ghost Town' in June 1981, they gave poignant expression to a broader sense of crisis characterising Britain's urban environment in the early Thatcher years.

Department of Classics Research Seminar

Date
13/12/2016
Location:
A3, Humanities Building, University Park
Description
Victoria Rimell (Warwick), 'Time, desire, the mother: Ovid's Remedia'

Feminists on the shift to the right

Date
13/12/2016
Location:
Law and Social Science Building B62
Description
A teach-in with staff and students to discuss questions that the US presidential election has generated, from a feminist perspective.

CSPI Workshop 2016

Date
19/12/2016
Location:
The University of Nottingham
Description
The Centre for the Study of Political Ideologies will hold an interdisciplinary workshop on Monday 19 December.

Local history seminar - Saturday 14 January 2017

Date
14/01/2017
Location:
Lenton Grove, NG7 2RD, University Park
Description
John Beckett discusses the role of the private subscription library in Nottingham in the development of scientific thinking in the early 19th century. In a second session Paul Elliott examines the degree to which the experience of women in scientific culture between 1780 and 1850 conformed to the separate spheres model.
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