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Events

Research, public and student events from around the Faculty of Arts and in collaboration with our partners in the creative industries.

Language Centre Cultural Events

Date
Wednesday 1st November - Saturday 31st August
Location:
Please see the Padlet board for further information
Description
We hold various events and activities relating to languages. Please check upcoming exciting events!

Empowering us all

Date
Tuesday 25th - Wednesday 26th June
Location:
Online (Microsoft Teams)
Description
Two days exploring the importance of wellbeing in the workplace.

The Byron 200 Lecture

Date
Thursday 27th June
Location:
Djanogly Theatre, Lakeside Arts, University Park NG7 2RD Nottingham

Institute for Creative Practice Research Seminar with Dr Steve Ely

Date
Thursday 4th July
Location:
Arts Centre Lecture Theatre (A30)
Description
Institute for Creative Practice research seminar with Dr Steve Ely (University of Huddersfield)
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Conferences at the University of Nottingham

News

Keep up with the latest news from around the Faculty of Arts schools, departments and centres, and from our students.

Marco Panato co-organises session at the International Medieval Congress

Description
Marco Panato has co-organised a session with a colleague from Utrecht University at the International Medieval Congress in Leeds. This is the largest conference on the Middle Ages worldwide.

Moroccan diplomats talk to 'Voices from North Africa' students

Description
Dr Tarik Oumazzane, who convenes the 'Voices from North Africa: Resistance, Decolonisation and State Building' Special Subject module, invited two Moroccan diplomats to come speak to students on the mass reforms that have taken place in Morocco in the last twenty years.

Nottingham historians launch new, free exhibition on 175 Years of Shopping at Boots at Lakeside Arts' Djanogly Gallery

Description
Professor Anna Greenwood and Associate Professor Richard Hornsey have collaborated with the Boots Archive on a new exhibition to mark the 175th anniversary of the opening of John Boot's herbalist store on Nottingham's Goose Gate.

Dr Dalton Rawcliffe publishes paper in the journal Contemporary British History

Description
Dr Dalton Rawcliffe publishes "A successful transnational cold war intervention? Revisiting the Heung Yee Kuk's 'goodwill' tour of Britain's Chinatowns, 1967–1970".

Fascinating finds from Nottingham's caves - exhibition

Description
Exhibition of artefacts from the City of Caves project.
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