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As part of The University of Nottingham Month of the Mind programme, we are excited to work with Rough Trade again this year to deliver a second In Your Head event after its success during our Disability December events programme last year.
Come and celebrate International Women’s Day 2017 #IWD2017 at a ‘free lunch’ event in association with #WomenEd and supported by The University of Nottingham’s People and Culture.
February is LGBT History Month, and The University of Nottingham is hosting a range of public […]
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Join the Centre for Research in Race and Rights and the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ) for a discussion on LGBT immigration. Paul J Dillane, the Executive Direction of the UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group, will be in conversation with Ibtisam Ahmed as part of the regular CSSGJ seminar series. Part of LGBT History Month.
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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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The Rights and Justice Research Priority Area presents a screening of San Junipero, followed by a Q&A. San Junipero is the fourth episode of the third series of Black Mirror, and aired in 2016. Part of LGBT History Month.
Storm-Drenched Minds is a documentary feature film directed by Karine Lhémon, which tells the story of Hélène and Laurence. Hélène and Laurence’s norms, as out lesbians, as disabled women, living outside the city as poets and artists, are ‘abnormal’ for many. The film exposes an environment designed primarily for able-bodied people, but also the doubts, dramas, tenacity, creativity, laughter, complicity and love of two people. Part of LGBT History Month.
Dr Max Biddulph, Associate Professor in the School of Education, launches LGBT History Month 2017 with a public lecture. Join us for an exploration of the experiences of pink-triangle prisoners at Sachsenhausen and how social context impacts on our concept of citizenship. How does living in a totalitarian regime influence the behaviour of its citizens, and what are the implications for contemporary societies?