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The D.H. Lawrence Research Centre is actively involved in research events, exhibitions, and conferences, all of which directly relate and contribute to the study of Lawrence's life and works.

Here you can find out about the latest news and events, as well as access an archive containing details of past events.  

D.H. Lawrence Festival 2012
The D.H. Lawrence Festival of Culture is just one of many vibrant events in which the DHLRC is involved.
 
 

News

School of English scores 94% in NSS 2016

School of English scores 94% in NSS 2016
Description
The University of Nottingham's results for the 2016 National Student Survey (NSS) are in. The results are the University's best to date and its strongest year-on-year improvement since the NSS began in 2005. School of English scored 94% for 'overall satisfaction'.
Date:
11/08/2016

New DH Lawrence manuscript acquired by Manuscripts and Special Collections

New DH Lawrence manuscript acquired by Manuscripts and Special Collections
Description
Manuscripts and Special Collections has recently acquired the manuscript of an important unfinished short story by DH Lawrence. 'The Flying Fish' was written by Lawrence in March 1925 when he was diagnosed with tuberculosis during a stay in Mexico City. It tells the story of an Englishman in Mexico who is called back to his ancestral home in the English Midlands.
Date:
08/07/2016

Dr Andrew Harrison awarded Vice Chancellor's Medal

Dr Andrew Harrison awarded Vice Chancellor's Medal
Description
Congratulations to Dr Andrew Harrison, Director of the DH Lawrence research centre, who has been awarded the Vice-Chancellor's Medal in recognition of his work with numerous community outreach events helping local people in Eastwood and beyond understand and appreciate their literary heritage.
Date:
08/06/2016

Nottingham named UNESCO City of Literature

Description
UNESCO has awarded the city of Nottingham the 'City of Literature' status. The bid process has helped place literature and Creative Writing at the heart of Nottingham life.
Date:
15/12/2015

School of English congratulates new Doctoral Graduates

School of English congratulates new Doctoral Graduates
Description
A celebration of PhD students graduating from the School of English, December 2015
Date:
01/12/2015

Review of Jed Mercurio's 2015 adaptation of Lady Chatterley's Lover

Description
Dr Andrew Harrison discusses the latest screen version of DH Lawrence's 1920s novel in The Conversation.
Date:
07/09/2015

Linguistic performance features in clinical skills exams - report published by King's College London with the University of Nottingham

Linguistic performance features in clinical skills exams - report published by King's College London with the University of Nottingham
Description
A research report published today by King's College London with the University of Nottingham has identified linguistic features that contribute to our understanding of the reasons why International Medical Graduates (IMGs) have a lower success rate than their UK counterparts in the UK's General Practice licensing examination. The research focused on linguistic and cultural factors that could affect performance and was designed to have a positive impact on the ongoing concern about differential pass rates.
Date:
17/11/2014

AHRC Funding available for postgraduate students in English for October 2015 entry

Description
Midlands3Cities consortium funding from the AHRC: postgraduate studentships available for students beginning a postgraduate course in October 2015
Date:
29/10/2014

Listen again to Dr Jim Moran on BBC Radio Nottingham

Description
School's Associate Professor in Drama interviewed on BBC Radio Nottingham as part of the 2014 DH Lawrence Festival
Date:
23/09/2014

DH Lawrence Festival 2014 Launches

DH Lawrence Festival 2014 Launches
Description
The 2014 DH Lawrence Festival programme is packed with events celebrating both the life and work of DH Lawrence and the rich heritage and culture of this part of Nottinghamshire where he was born and raised, and which so influenced his work.
Date:
11/09/2014
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Dr Andrew Harrison

Centre for Regional Literature and Culture

Trent Building
University of Nottingham
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Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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email: andrew.harrison@nottingham.ac.uk