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Events at the School of English

Future events in the School of English.

For all past events please refer to the Events Archive.

Frankenstein: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Frankenstein: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Date
03/10/2018
Location:
A01 Highfield House

Digital Transformations Hub Launch Event

Date
18/10/2018
Location:
Humanities Building

Black History Month: Documentary Screening

Date
19/10/2018
Location:
A40 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Join us for a screening of a documentary about the Black Panthers and question and answer session - part of Black History Month.
ESRC Open Day - October 2019 Applicants

ESRC Open Day - October 2019 Applicants

Date
07/11/2018
Location:
University of Nottingham Park Campus
Description
Open day for those interested in applying for ESRC-funded postgraduate study in the Social Sciences.

PSA Media and Politics Group Annual Conference 2018: Call for papers

Date
08 - 09/11/2018
Location:
University of Nottingham
Description
Recent elections and referenda have thrown up some unexpected results - outside candidates have emerged rapidly to take power, and established politicians have suffered an unexpected decline or increase in support. Traditional institutions such as political parties and trade unions have experienced a revival in membership. Received wisdom on public opinion and political behaviour has been disrupted, not least assumptions about the political engagement of millenials. This conference will explore mediated communication of politics in the context of such instability and insurgency.
The British Association for Romantic Studies 16th International Conference

The British Association for Romantic Studies 16th International Conference

Date
25 - 28/07/2019
Location:
East Midlands Conference Centre
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Events over the past 12 months

Open Day - 14 September 2018

Open Day - 14 September 2018
Date
14/09/2018
Location:
University Park Campus
Description
Visit us and find out more about studying English at the University of Nottingham.

Open Day - 15 September 2018

Open Day - 15 September 2018
Date
15/09/2018
Location:
University Park Campus
Description
Visit us and find out more about studying English at the University of Nottingham.

Open Day - June 2018

Open Day - June 2018
Date
29 - 30/06/2018
Location:
University Park Campus
Description
Staff and students at the School of English are looking forward to welcoming you to the University's Open Days on 29 and 30 June 2018. Come and find out more about studying English at the University of Nottingham, meet our academic tutors and student ambassadors, have taster teaching sessions, visit our performing arts studio and linguistics laboratories.

The Nottingham Workshop 2018: On the WHY of Text Analysis and Mood and Speech Function

The Nottingham Workshop 2018: On the WHY of Text Analysis and Mood and Speech Function
Date
25 - 26/06/2018
Location:
Arts Centre Lecture Theatre (A30)
Description
Find out more about the Nottingham Workshop 2018: On the 'WHY' of Text Analysis and Mood and Speech Function here.

One Night Only: Macbeth Screening at Savoy

One Night Only: Macbeth Screening at Savoy
Date
13/03/2018
Description
For *ONE NIGHT ONLY* this 'forceful reimagining' of Shakespeare is screening. Dr Pete Kirwan will be introducing Macbeth at Savoy.

'Supporting LGBT Youth' Workshop

'Supporting LGBT Youth' Workshop
Date
15/03/2018
Location:
Brassey Room, One Great George Street, Westminster
Description
This workshop brings together those with an interest in improving the experience of young lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the UK, and features invited speakers from Stonewall and Gendered Intelligence.

Lunchtime Talk by Local Author and Honorary Assistant Professor, Alison Moore: Location and Landscape

Lunchtime Talk by Local Author and Honorary Assistant Professor, Alison Moore: Location and Landscape
Date
26/10/2017
Location:
Djanogly Theatre, Nottingham Lakeside Arts University Park
Description
A lunchtime talk for the Collected Words exhibition.Man Booker Prize shortlisted writer of fiction, Alison Moore, will be exploring the influence of location and landscape in her novels, including a work in progress. She will be looking at inspiration, research and the fictionalisation of settings including the English Midlands, the Scottish Borders, the Rhineland and the seaside.

Afternoon Tea with Joe Dunthorne

Afternoon Tea with Joe Dunthorne
Date
05/10/2017
Location:
CLAS English Common Room, Trent Building

The Letters Page, Vol. 2 launch

The Letters Page, Vol. 2 launch
Date
05/10/2017
Location:
Five Leaves Bookshop, Long Row, Nottingham
Description
Vol.2 of The Letters Page continues a celebration of the printed object which we started with Vol 1's boxed set of letters...
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