Want to meet novelist Jon McGregor and take part in a live literature experiment? Award-winning novelist […]
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The twelfth annual Midlands Viking Symposium will be in Nottingham on Saturday 23 April 2016. The theme will be ‘Interpreting the Viking Age’ and there will be talks on saving the Oseberg ship with science, stable isotopes, place-names around the Viking diaspora, Viking Yorkshire, and remembering the early medieval past in Iceland.
Dementia Day-to-Day is a new joint initiative led by the Institute of Mental Health and the School of English. It takes the form of a series of blogs – mainly online diaries and reflective pieces – integrated into the existing IDEA website. We’ve assembled a panel of authors from all walks of life, each with their own experience of, and interest in, dementia to explore the subject of ageing and wellbeing from as many angles as possible.
Dr Nathan Waddell, School of English, discusses masculinity in the James Bond spy thriller series – with a look at Skyfall (2012) and new film Spectre (2015). For more background to the lecture, read Dr Waddell’s blog post ‘James Bond’s ghosts’. Part of the Popular Culture Lecture Series.
What can zombies and Doctor Who tell us about genetics or vegan ethics? Find out at […]
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