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Katherine Doniak awarded Library Research Grant

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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

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

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

Description
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?

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
PhD opportunity working with manuscripts and special collections

Description
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

Description
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
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Commodifying Backwardness as Authenticity: Transylvanian Tourist Imagination of Fin de Siècle Szeklerland

Date
25/10/2017
Location:
Sir Clive Granger Building A40
Description
Talk by Petru Szedlacsek as part of the Travel Cultures Network, Development Studies Association and Tourism Study Group

Directed Studies Week: Being Human

Date
07/11/2017
Location:
A3 Humanities Building, Nottingham, University Park
Description
Directed Studies Week: a discussion on 'Being Human'

Local history seminar - Saturday 11 November 2017

Date
11/11/2017
Location:
Lenton Grove, NG7 2RD, University Park
Description
Richard Gaunt (University of Nottingham) on the Pentrich Rebels

Wartimes imaginings of an archipelagic community

Date
16/11/2017
Location:
B2, Hemsley Building
Description
IAPS and COTCA host Dr Sandra Khor Manickam on 'Wartimes imaginings of an archipelagic community: Fajar Asia and the quest for peninsula Malayan and Indonesian Unity'

Being Human festival launch

Date
17/11/2017
Location:
Broadway Cinema
Description
The Being Human festival launch event will explore how to lose and find yourself in words and the special power in short stories to capture the imagination of the reader.

Understanding our multilingual world exhibition - Being Human festival

Date
18 - 24/11/2017
Location:
Meadows library
Description
Taken by members of the public, photographs will display what multilingualism means to different people and their communities.

(Re)connecting with nature through the power of wild words - Being Human festival

Date
18/11/2017
Description
Explore the value of 'wild words', writing and language in a wild setting.

Migration stories – then and now - Being Human festival

Date
18/11/2017
Description
Explore and create stories about migrants to the East Midlands from over a thousand years ago.

Images in translation: screen printing workshop - Being Human festival

Date
19/11/2017
Location:
Malt Cross
Description
This half-day studio workshop gives you a chance to think about what is 'found' in translation, and to turn those ideas into beautiful screen prints! Two separate workshops.

Switchboard I

Date
19/11/2017
Description
Explore the cultural history of the telephone and inspire and support writers of all levels in the production of new creative work
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