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History event archive 2014

'Who were the Cathars?' a public lecture by Professor R.I.Moore

Date
Wednesday 29 January
Description
The Medieval Heresy and Dissent Research Network at The University of Nottingham is pleased to invite you to its launch event, a free public lecture by Professor R. I. Moore entitled, 'Who were the Cathars?'

People/Event/Place (PEP) workshop

Date
Monday 24 February
Description
Following the success of the first PEP workshop in December, we are organising a second event to offer participants hands-on experience of DH Press, a platform for digital humanities research that is currently under development by our project partners at the Digital Innovations Lab, University of North Carolina.

Experiencing the 1650s - postgraduate conference 2014

Date
Saturday 22 March
Description
Postgraduates from the Department of History have organised a one day conference that will take place on University Park Campus.

Gender through the ages: growing up and growing old

Date
Thursday 1 May
Description
Gender through the ages: growing up and growing old a conference organised by postgraduates in the Department of History.

Resisting the Cold War: India and the politics of superpower propaganda

Date
Wednesday 28 May
Description
Eric Pullin of Carthage College presents 'Resisting the Cold War: India and the Politics of Superpower Propaganda', on Wednesday 28 May, 5pm

Nottingham Historians Curate Refugee Week Exhibition at New Art Exchange

Date
Monday 16 - Monday 23 June
Description
Nottingham Historians Dr. Nick Baron and Dr. Siobhan Peeling Curate Refugee Week Exhibition at the New Art Exchange in Nottingham

Medieval borough court records as a resource for economic and social historians

Date
Wednesday 2 July
Description
An event hosted by the Centre for Economic and Business History and the Institute for Medieval Research. This workshop will discuss medieval borough court research.

Conference on WWI and Central and Eastern European History

Date
Friday 12 - Saturday 13 September
Description
A conference organised by Jonathan Kwan in the Department of History.

50th German Historians' Day

Date
Tuesday 23 - Friday 26 September
Description
A Wasted Decade? British & French Reinterpretations of the 1970s, an event convened by Joerg Arnold and Sonja Levsen.

British Academy regional networking event

Date
Tuesday 30 September
Description
A one day non-residential regional networking conference and colloquium funded by the British Academy.

Past Lives

Date
Saturday 11 October
Description
A unique double bill of films and live music, focusing on our region's recent history through the cine camera lens.

Carole Mallia - Tree Dedication, 5 November 2014

Date
Wednesday 5 November
Description
Carole Mallia taught in the Department of History for over 10 years. She passed away in the summer, after a long and difficult respiratory illness. A Magnolia Soulangeana has been planted in Dr Mallia's memory in the grounds of Lenton Grove. There will be a brief ceremony of dedication at 12.15pm on Wednesday 5 November. We will assemble in the picnic area to the rear of Lenton Grove. All are welcome to attend.

Carole Mallia - Book Giveaway, 5 November 2014

Date
Wednesday 5 November
Description
In keeping with her wish, Dr Carole Mallia's book collection will be offered for free to students in the Department of History on Wednesday 5 November. The books cover all periods, from Medieval to Modern, with an emphasis on Soviet and German History. The book giveaway will take place at 2pm in the Lenton Grove atrium. Donations to the British Lung Foundation in Carole's memory will be gratefully accepted.

The Restoration of Nell Gwyn

Date
Monday 17 - Tuesday 18 November

Private lives and everyday life in Nazi Germany - workshop

Date
Wednesday 19 November
Description
Postgraduate and early career workshop with panelists Paulina Lawniczak, Christian Packheiser, Carlos Haas, Helen Steele, Thomas Brodie and Ian Gaffney.

Photography exhibition - Lee Miller's War

Date
Saturday 29 November - Sunday 22 February
Description
A unique exhibition at the Djanogly Art Gallery showcasing the work of Lee Miller. Photography from World War II whilst Lee worked as a photojournalist.

Art Exhibition - In the Shadow of War

Date
Monday 29 December - Sunday 22 February
Description
In anticipation of the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, this exhibition features the work of a generation of artists who rose to prominence in post-war Britain.
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