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Theology and Religious Studies Graduate Student Reading Group

Date
Friday 14th October - Friday 5th May
Location:
Online via Microsoft Teams
Description
Read along the book Katherine Sonderegger, Systematic Theology: Volume 1, The Doctrine of God

Christmas Jumper Day 2022

Date
Thursday 8th December
Location:
Humanities Building Atrium (University Park)
Description
Join our fundraiser for Save the Children.

Music Colloquium - 13 December 2022

Date
Tuesday 13th December
Location:
Arts Centre Lecture Theatre
Description
Music Colloquium on Tuesday 13 December (15:30-17:00) with Kathy Hinde

Classics and Archaeology research seminar - The problematic identities of Livian daughters & When did the cows come home? Exploring Middle Bronze Age animal husbandry at the fen-edge

Date
Tuesday 13th December
Location:
A03 Humanities Building
Description
Join the Department of Classics and Archaeology for this week's research seminar, featuring a presentation from Bethany Haywood and David Osborne.
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Calling all Roman history lovers, especially teachers!

Description
We have publicly launched the Roman Inscriptions of Britain in Schools project. Our mission is to provide access for all to the diverse voices of Roman Britain and to encourage the teaching of classical subjects in schools through fascinating texts and objects. The project is a collaboration between the LatinNow project and the educational charity Classics for All.

David Garlick Prize Returns

Description
This is a prize for best A level essay in Religious Studies.

Multilingual Creative Writing Workshops with Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature

Description
Dr Katie Harrison and Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature have organised multilingual creative workshops for 16-24 year olds.
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