The Rights and Justice Research Priority Area and Nottingham Contemporary present ‘Nottingham: centre of the LGBT universe’. With David Edgley, Nottingham LGBT+ Network and Rainbow Heritage. Part of LGBT History Month.
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Please join the Rights and Justice Research Priority Area for a discussion on the situation of the LGBT community in Nottingham. Representatives from the Notts Trans Hub, QTIPOC Notts, Outburst, Out in Education, and the LGBT Networks from the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent will all be present to talk about current issues and contemporary events. Part of LGBT History Month.
The University of Nottingham is celebrating Black History Month with music, public lectures, open discussion and […]
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On the 200th anniversary of Bussa’s Uprising to end slavery in Barbados, join us for a day of dialogues and debates on transatlantic slavery and its legacies.
We all know administering medicines to children can be challenging. We are looking for children and caregivers of all ages to discuss their experiences of medicine administration to help us further understand and improve this area.
Alternately despised and rehabilitated, easy listening music dominated the popular music landscape from the 1940s to the 1960s. Nick Heffernan, lecturer in American and Canadian Studies and C3R associate, introduces a selection of recordings that attempts to encompass a sprawling, multifaceted and complex genre.
Music has played a key role in the angry response to racist policing and contemporary America. Nick Heffernan, lecturer in American and Canadian Studies and C3R associate, plays and discusses some examples and asks whether the protest song is enjoying an artistic and political renaissance.