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Our year round programme of events supports your development at Nottingham and beyond. Events include support for funding bids, careers presentations and opportunities to showcase your work.

Tradition of Critique III (Part 1)

Surveying the intellectual tradition of critique characterising the European Enlightenment
Mondays 6-8pm, A48 Clive Granger Building

Tradition of Critique III introduces and explores some of the ways in which a range of thinkers have addressed the concerns, questions and problems of philosophical critique. How have the challenges of critique been extended, refined and modulated and what issues does this raise for how we understand the lineages of thinking that have taken up this idea? 

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WriteFest 2017

Various dates, times and locations

WriteFest is part of University of Nottingham's contribution to 'Academic Writing Month in November. It is a collaboration with University of Sheffield and University of Warwick.

WriteFest2017 Programme and Resources

As well as encouraging people from across the university to recognise and celebrate writing via the Twitter hashtag #AcWriFest17, the Graduate School will also be putting on a series of workshops and providing other resources to support academics, research staff, and research students who wish to join in the write-a-thon.


The Graduate School

The University of Nottingham
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University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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