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Spencer Mawby releases new book, 'The End of Empire in Uganda'

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Senior lecturer in the Department of History, Spencer Mawby, has recently released his latest book with Bloomsbury on the end of empire in Uganda.
Date:
22 July 2020

Ingenuity Launches their 2020 Challenges

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Ingenuity is Nottingham's annual innovation event run by the University of Nottingham. They have launched their 2020 Challenges grants to support new social-impact enterprises.
Date:
07 July 2020

Taiwan Studies Programme PhD Scholarship 2021

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The Taiwan Studies Programme at the University of Nottingham, School of Politics and International Relations is pleased to announce that it is offering a scholarship for postgraduate research students in the school starting their PhDs in October 2021/2022 academic year.
Date:
06 July 2020

Dr James Dawkins joins BBC Radio Nottingham's discussion on the city's statues

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Research Fellow takes part in the conversation about the city's statues and racism
Date:
11 June 2020

Edward Burke appointed Visiting Scholar

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A two year position at Queen's University Belfast.
Date:
09 June 2020

Understanding the relationship between forced marriage and modern slavery

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New research project from Helen McCabe
Date:
29 May 2020

Women candidates, women voters, and the gender politics of India's 2019 parliamentary election

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New article from Dr Carole Spary.
Date:
26 May 2020

Choosing Party Leaders: Britain's Conservatives and Labour Compared

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The new publication co-authored by Dr Andrew Denham.
Date:
21 May 2020

Call for Papers - Created Identities Conference

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The Created Identities conference has opened a call for papers for interdisciplinary research into the nature of identity in historical and contemporary societies.
Date:
20 May 2020

2021 Taiwan Fellowship programme

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2021 Taiwan Fellowship programme now open.
Date:
14 May 2020
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