Invade…immigrate…integrate… inspire. ‘Danelaw Saga’ tells the tale of how the Vikings shaped the East Midlands: The exhibition includes artefacts, maps and medieval documents from Manuscripts and Special Collections at the University of Nottingham and from regional museums.
Tags: Arts and Humanities Research Council, Bringing Vikings back to the East Midlands, Centre for Study of the Viking Age, Danelaw saga, Dr Roderick Dale, Greath Heathen army, manuscripts and special collections, Professor Judith Jesch, vikings
This free event is part of the AHRC Connected Communities Festival Fortnight 2015, and is open to anyone interested in reflecting on the global connections of the Derwent Valley and its world heritage site.
Tags: AHRC, Arts and Humanities Research Council, community, Derwent Valley, Global Cotton Connections, history, local, Peak District
A new online linguistics tool will help researchers and students study the language used in novels […]
Appears in Issue 79
Tags: Arts and Humanities Research Council, Centre for Research in Applied Linguistics, CLiC, CLiC 1.0, Dickens, Nottingham Potential Summer School, Professor Michaela Mahlberg, Professor Peter Stockwell, School of English
The weather is a British obsession —and our response over the centuries to snow, floods, droughts, […]
Appears in Issue 72
Tags: Arts and Humanities Research Council, British Climate Histories, Care for the Future: Thinking Forward through the Past, Professor Georgina Endfield, School of Geography
The University secured a record-breaking £181m worth of new grants to fund its pioneering research in […]
Appears in Issue 80
Tags: Arts and Humanities Research Council, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, Centre for Hidden Histories of the First World War, Centre in Additive Manufacturing, Economic and Social Research Council, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Faculty of Science, Medical Research Council, Natural Environment Research Counci, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research, Saul Tendler, Science and Technologies Facilities Council, Synthetic Biology Research Centre
The first major exhibition on Vikings at the British Museum for over 30 years highlights a […]
Appears in Issue 78
Tags: Arts and Humanities Research Council, Aya Van Renterghem, British Museum, Centre for the Study of the Viking Age, Eleanor Rye, Gareth Williams, Jayne Carroll, Languages Myths and Finds, Professor Judith Jesch, The Vikings in Britain, Vikings — Life and Legend, Vikings Live
Researchers are exploring the social history of Nottingham’s green spaces.
Appears in Issue 69
Tags: Arboretum, Arts and Humanities Research Council, Connected Communities Programme, Culture and Parks, Dr Paul Elliott, Forest Recreation Ground, Friends of the Arboretum, Friends of the Forest, Goose Fair, John Beckett, Nottingham City Council Department of Communities, Nottingham Women’s History Group, Nottinghamshire Archives, Professor of English Regional History, Robin Hood’s Chase, Rowena Edlin-White, sport, The social history of the green open spaces that ring Nottingham’s city centre is to be explored as part of a new research project being led by the University.
A photographic exhibition in Nottingham is documenting the experiences of Latin American women in London.
Appears in Issue 67
Tags: Arts and Humanities Research Council, Centre for Advanced Studies, Dr Maria Thomas, Empowerment through Art: Photography and Latin American Migrant Girls in London, Horizon Hub, Latin American Women’s Rights Service, LAWRS, New Art Exchange, Pablo Allison, Professor Catherine Davies, School of Cultures Languages and Area Studies, Women and Independence in Latin America
A prestigious exhibition at the People’s History Museum in Manchester being curated by a politics student has attracted more than 26,000 visitors so far.
Appears in issue 57
Tags: Arts and Humanities Research Council, Chris Burgess, Matthew Parris, People’s History Museum, Picturing Politics: Exploring the Political Poster in Britain
Sex and religion, passive smoking and how to stop soft fruit going mouldy are just some of the highlights of the University’s media coverage over the last month.
Appears in Issue 47
Tags: Airbus, Andrew Lansley, Arts and Humanities Research Council, Bentley, Berryworld, British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS), Caparo, congenital birth defects, Economic and Social Research Council, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), GKN, High Value Manufacturing Technology and Innovation Centres, Lotus, Loughborough University, Luxfer, National Composites Centre, NIHR BRU (Nottingham Digestive Diseases Centre Biomedical Research Unit), passive smoking, Religion, Rolls-Royce, Secretary of State for Health, stillbirth, Vestas, Youth and Sexuality: a Multi-faith Exploration