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Forthcoming Conferences

Danelaw Saga: Bringing Vikings Back to the East Midlands - Exhibition

Date
15/12/2017 - 08/04/2018
Description
Invade - immigrate - integrate - inspire. 'Danelaw Saga' tells the tale of how the Vikings shaped the East Midlands.

Repton and the Legacy of the Great Viking Army

Repton and the Legacy of the Great Viking Army
Date
28/02/2018
Description
Learn about the latest results from excavations at the Viking site in Repton, Derbyshire.

Richard Wrigley seminar - Representing Rome as capital

Date
28/02/2018
Description
Richard Wrigley talks on 'Representing Rome as capital: Henry James, fiction and photography'

'Supporting LGBT Youth' Workshop

'Supporting LGBT Youth' Workshop
Date
15/03/2018
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.
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Conferences over the past 12 months

Open Day - 30 June 2017

Open Day - 30 June 2017
Date
30/06/2017
Description
Visit us and find out more about studying English at the University of Nottingham.

Landscapes of Power: An Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Symposium on Power and Place

Landscapes of Power: An Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Symposium on Power and Place
Date
19/06/2017
Description
Landscapes of Power - The eleventh postgraduate workshop hosted by the Landscape, Space, Place, Research Group at the University of Nottingham

Macbeth: Bloody, Bold and Resolute

Date
20/05/2017
Description
Dr Peter Kirwan will be speaking at public event devoted to Shakespeare's Macbeth.

Poetry Reading: John Lucas, Matthew Welton & Andrew Taylor

Date
25/04/2017
Description
?Matt Welton is taking part in the Nottingham Poetry Festival.

Does literature build peace? Literature and UNESCO's mission

Does literature build peace? Literature and UNESCO's mission
Date
17/05/2017
Description
The Centre for Advanced Studies is delighted to welcome Professor Sarah Churchwell to the University of Nottingham to speak on the value of literature to today's society and to reflect on the ambitions of UNESCO 70 years on from when it was first established.
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Past Conferences

2014-15

2013-14

2012-13

2011-12

2010-11

2009-10

  • Perceptions of Place: English place-name study and regional variety (23-27 June 2010)
  • Constructing and Transmitting Identities in the Medieval World (6 June 2010)
  • Genes of Gallgoídil: Cross-disciplinary Studies of Migration of Irish, Hiberno-Norse and other Gaelic-speaking populations in the Viking Age (21 June 2010)
  • Robert Southey and Romantic Contexts (14-16 April 2010)

2008-09

2007-08

  • Disease, Disability and Medicine in Early Medieval Europe AD 400-1200 (5-6 July 2008)
  • PGR Work in Progress Symposium (8-9 May 2008)
  • Midlands Viking Symposium (26th April 2008)
  • Robert Southey and the Contexts of Romanticism (17-19 March 2008)
  • Discourse, Communication and the Enterprise IV (10-12 September 2007)

2006-07

  • DH Lawrence International Conference (16-21 August 2007)
  • Literary Geographies: A Multidisciplinary Conference (20-22 July 2007)
  • Disease, Disability and Medicine in Early Medieval Europe, AD 400-1200 (6-7 July 2007)
  • Gender, Material Culture and Identity in the Viking Diaspora (30-31 March 2007)
  • Myth and Cultural Memory in the Viking Diaspora (9-10 January 2007)
  • Rivers of Meaning (2 December 2006)

2005-06

  • Disease and Disability in Northern Europe, 400-1200 (8-9 July 2006)
  • IVACS Conference - Language at the Interface (23-24 June 2006)
  • Midlands Viking Symposium (29 April 2006)
  • Romantic Correspondence(s) (4 November 2005)

2004-05

2003-04

  • Adventures in Hydronomy: Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland Day Conference (15 November 2003)

2002-03

 

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Contact Details

Rebecca Peck
School Administrator

0115 951 5901

rebecca.peck@nottingham.ac.uk

 

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