A free, one-day conference marking the 70th anniversary of India’s independence.
This event explores the changing political climate and its impact on minority groups, the LGBT community in particular. There will also be a discussion around the need for intersectionality and building resilience. Speakers will include Mel Jeffs, manager of the Nottingham Women’s Centre and Paula Akpan, co-founder of the “I’m Tired” Project and writer for gal-dem. Part of LGBT History Month.
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Come along to ‘In your head: spoken word expression of mental health’ in partnership with Rough Trade, featuring Jess Green, Eagle Spits and other performers.
The Department of American and Canadian Studies presents this talk from Dr J Michelle Coghlan, University of Manchester, examining the Paris Commune as a sensation and a lived practice of counter-remembrance in the long nineteenth century.
The University of Nottingham is celebrating Black History Month with music, public lectures, open discussion and […]
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Dr Lynn Fotheringham, Department of Classics and part of the Centre for Ancient Drama and its Reception, gives this talk exploring the link between the Pandora figure in Greek mythology and upcoming film The Girl with all the Gifts, based on the novel by MR Carey.
Please join the Research Priority Area in Rights and Justice and the Centre for Research in Race and Rights for a panel discussion on ethnic homelands in contemporary and historical perspective.
Join the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies for the one day workshop, ‘Emergency cultures: new approaches to the study of late colonialism and the Cold War in Malaya, Singapore and Hong Kong’. Facilitated by Dr Jeremy E Taylor, The University of Nottingham and Dr Xu Lanjun, National University of Singapore.