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Upcoming events

Vikings in the East Midlands: Forging relationships, forming identities - the exhibition

Date
11/06/2019 - 30/09/2019
Location:
School of English, Trent Building
Description
A student-curated exhibition exploring the Viking Age in the East Midlands through museum-quality reproductions of artefacts mainly originating in the region..
Roddy Doyle & The Letters Page

Roddy Doyle & The Letters Page

Date
15/10/2019
Location:
3 George Street, NG1 3BH, Nottingham, Peggy’s Skylight
Description
The Letters Page and the University of Nottingham present:The launch of The Letters Page, Vol. 4. To celebrate, we are delighted to welcome the award-winning novelist and screenwriter Roddy Doyle to Nottingham who will be talking about his life and writing career, as well as reading from his latest work. He will be joined on stage by our very own Professor Jon McGregor, writer-in-residence and editor of The Letters Page.
Creative Writing Symposium: Can you hear me now?

Creative Writing Symposium: Can you hear me now?

Date
30/04/2020
Location:
TBC, Trent Building
Description
Interested in participating in this event? Submit abstracts for 20 minute papers addressing the theme of 'voice' by Monday 20th January. Find out more here.
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Past events 

Open Days - 13 or 14 September

Open Days - 13 or 14 September
Date
13 - 14/09/2019
Location:
A35, Trent Building
Description
Book your place on one of our Open Days if you haven't yet visited. You'll discover why Nottingham is a great place to live and study!

Language, Gender and Leadership Network

Language, Gender and Leadership Network
Date
02 - 03/09/2019
Location:
TBC, University Park
Description
Following our first two conferences in East Africa during 2018 in Kampala, Uganda, and Eldoret, Kenya, our third event takes place in the UK at the University of Nottingham. The theme of the final conference in this series is Language, Gender and Leadership: Towards a Global, Sustainable Future.

Wonder: Viking treasures: crafting activities

Wonder: Viking treasures: crafting activities
Date
15/06/2019
Location:
George Green Library

Austerity Gardens: The Poetics and Politics of Gardening in Hard Times

Austerity Gardens: The Poetics and Politics of Gardening in Hard Times
Date
19/06/2019
Location:
B46 Trent Building
Description
What does it mean to garden in hard times, and why might humans turn to the garden (as shelter, refuge, or productive space) under straitened conditions? Find out more about the event..
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