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The School of Politics and International Relations has an excellent reputation and offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, as well as top quality research degrees.

We are a diverse, research-led school, which integrates research and teaching at every level. Our research covers almost all aspects of contemporary politics and international relations, and our staff publish regularly in the very best journals and with the top publishers.

We aim to challenge and inspire you, and give you the skills to succeed in your chosen career.

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Charles Wallace Trust Nottingham Fellowship for Pakistan, 2019/20

Description
The Charles Wallace Pakistan Trust Visiting Fellowship at the University of Nottingham is now accepting applications for the 2019/20 academic year. The deadline for application submission is Friday 1 March 2019.
Date:
06 December 2018

Journal Assistant Internships

Description
The University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute is seeking applications for two paid Internships to work with the Editor of Asia Dialogue – Dr Jon Sullivan.
Date:
28 November 2018

PG Conference: Call for Abstracts

Description
Abstracts invited for student-led event 'Bridging the gap between psychology and the social sciences'. Deadline 14 December.
Date:
01 November 2018

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Upcoming events

COTCA-ARI: Mapping China under Japanese Occupation: Spatial Configurations of State Power during Wartime (1937 - 1945)

Date
24 January 2019 (16:00-18:00)
Location:
b7, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
Dr. David Serfass (EHESS-Paris) is to deliver a talk entitled 'Mapping China under Japanese Occupation: Spatial Configurations of State Power during Wartime (1937 - 1945)' for a joint COTCA-ARI seminar.

The Developmental Citizen: Hindu Refugees and India's Post-colonial Governmentalities

Date
31 January 2019 (16:00-18:00)
Location:
B2, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
Dr. Uditi Sen (Nottingham) is to deliver a talk entitled 'The Developmental Citizen: Hindu Refugees and India's Post-colonial Governmentalities' for the next instalment of the ARI seminar series.

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