A free, one-day conference marking the 70th anniversary of India’s independence.
Join Dr Angus Davison to learn about body asymmetry and how he made a ‘shellebrity’ snail.
Hosted by the School of Economics and the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, University of Nottingham.
In this talk Dr Andrew Harrison will discuss and interpret several recently acquired items in the University’s internationally recognised Lawrence Collections, including a manuscript of ‘Laura Philippine’ and a rare typescript of ‘Pansies’.
Catch up over a cuppa, enjoy some treats — and help raise money for Macmillan cancer support, as part of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.
Grab your cape and help raise money for Life Cycle by joining a 5km superhero-themed fancy dress walk at University Park.
Nigeria’s Yoruba Women Choir, one of the world’s greatest choirs, visits Lakeside Arts as part of Black History Month 2017 celebrations.
Performed by a cast of stunning dancers, Izindava synthesises ballet, contemporary and African dance and music in a powerful and immersive experience that is accessible and enjoyable for everyone.
In October 2017, Historians Against Slavery (HAS) will hold its biennial conference outside of the United States for the first time, at the International Slavery Museum (ISM) in Liverpool. The two-day conference will mark the 10th Anniversary of the ISM as well as Black History Month 2017. It is co-hosted by HAS, the ISM, the Centre for the Study of International Slavery (University of Liverpool) and the Antislavery Usable Past project (Universities of Nottingham and Hull).
Join ‘The Friends of University Park’ in a hunt for wild food from our fields and hedgerows.