DHLRC
D.H. Lawrence Research Centre
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Study Materials

Open educational resources, including those from the University of Nottingham Manuscripts and Special Collections, and other related links to DH Lawrence study materials.

 

Key events in the life of David Herbert Lawrence 11 Sep 1885 - 3 Mar 1930.

 

An overview of the various resources and places of interest associated with Lawrence at The University of Nottingham.

 

Trace the writer's history from his humble beginnings in Eastwood to his death in France.

 
 

Places of interest in Eastwood, The University of Nottingham, and locations which influenced Lawrence's writing.

 

The Journal of D.H. Lawrence Studies is a fully-refereed, annual publication of the D.H. Lawrence Society of Great Britain.

 

Exhibition boards (PDF) displayed as part of the Weston Gallery exhibition 4 May - 16 September 2012.

 
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DH Lawrence Heritage

(external link)
 

The DH Lawrence Heritage Centre is a visitor attraction of international importance. 

Public study opportunities

The annual DH Lawrence Festival is back for 2016! The 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.

Download the 2016 DH Lawrence Festival of Culture flyer (pdf).

 

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Dr Andrew Harrison

Centre for Regional Literature and Culture

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