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Public Engagement

The Centre for Regional Literature and Culture (CRLC) has been involved with a wide range of public engagement activities since its foundation and is committed to furthering the reach of academic research amongst the wider community.

This page details the activities of research groups and projects associated with the CRLC that run public engagment events. It also provides information about various public conferences, workshops, lectures, and seminars that have been organised with the help and support of the CRLC.

Public Engagment
The CRLC is involved in public engagement activities across Nottingham and further afield

Nottingham Poetry Series 

Poetry Series
The Nottingham Poetry Series runs a monthly programme of seminars, performance evenings, and a reading group that aims to create new conversations and enthusiasms about poetry. Members of the public are welcome to attend a number of the poetry events.

The Landscape Space Place Research Group

The Landscape Space Place Research Group is an interdisciplinary forum that brings together staff and students from across the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences. The LSP reading group runs an annual postgraduate workshop which attracts a wide range of audiences.

The Interdisciplinary 18th Century Research Seminar

Eighteenth Century Seminar Series
This series of seminars bridges gaps between academic disciplines and attracts a wide range of speakers and attendees.

Mapping the Moment

Mapping the Moment
This project has developed an interactive online map that provides insight into the performance and entertainment culture of the regional town of Nottingham in the mid-nineteenth-century.











  • 'Celebrating Alan Sillitoe' (2010) Nottingham City Council House, Market Square. View press release.

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Centre for Regional Literature and Culture

Trent Building
University of Nottingham
University Park

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5910
fax: +44 (0) 115 951 5924