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What is the 'Black Student Experience'? An Open Conversation

Date
Thursday 22nd October
Location:
Online
Description
A virtual panel discussion on the experiences of Black students in UK universities as part of Black History Month and wider discussions on the topic.

'Remember, remember! Bodies, spaces and memory in archaeology', Holly Miller & Chris King

Date
Thursday 5th November
Location:
Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Teams Live
Description
Public virtual talk on 'Remember, remember! Bodies, spaces and memory in archaeology' by Holly Miller & Chris King, part of the #OurSharedHumanPast seminar series.

'Plagues, epidemics and isolation from Greece to Rome', Mark Bradley & Oliver Thomas

Date
Thursday 19th November
Location:
Microsoft Teams online event
Description
Online public seminar 'Plagues, epidemics and isolation from Greece to Rome' by Mark Bradley & Oliver Thomas, part of the #OurSharedHumanPast seminar series.

Private Revolutions and Reinventions: Becoming 'Free' and the Perils of Freedom in Jamaica, 1756

Date
Wednesday 25th November
Location:
Online
Description
A virtual talk with Dr Sheryllynne Haggerty on her research into the lives of slaves and former slaves in Jamaica, 1756.
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Reading Week 26-30 October

Reading Week 26-30 October

Description
Take a break from lectures.Get up to date with reading.Develop new skills and do some careers thinking.
Humanities gains Athena SWAN Bronze Award

Humanities gains Athena SWAN Bronze Award

Description
The School of Humanities has received an Athena SWAN Bronze Award.
Study reveals Climate Change impact on WWI and the Spanish Flu

Study reveals Climate Change impact on WWI and the Spanish Flu

Description
Professor Christopher Loveluck's research used alpine ice core to show how climate change impacted WW1 and incubated the Spanish Flu

Dr Hannah Robbins announces new editorial position

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Dr Hannah Robbins announces new editorial position
Caistor project featured in BBC article

Caistor project featured in BBC article

Description
Caistor Roman town project, supported by University of Nottingham academics, featured in BBC article
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