The Centre for Advanced Studies is delighted to welcome Professor Sarah Churchwell to the University of Nottingham to speak on the value of literature to today’s society and to reflect on the ambitions of UNESCO 70 years on from when it was first established.
Do you want to work with primary or secondary schools, either to conduct research or to gain impact? This session will offer practical advice on how to engage with schools for mutual benefit, including school perspectives and examples of good practice.
The Department of American and Canadian Studies, Rainbow Heritage and the Centre for Advanced Studies present ‘Gay rights in the US: the promise of perils and patriotism’, featuring a talk by Simon Hall, an introduction by David Edgley, and a public conversation with Tom Bishop.
Visitors to Nottingham Castle enjoyed a personalised tour thanks to research at the University into interactive […]
Appears in Issue 72
Tags: Centre for Advanced Studies, Dr Genovefa Kefalidou, Dr Paula Gurteen, Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute, Medical and Mental Health Unit, Nottingham Castle, SerenA — Chance Encounters in the Space of Ideas, serendipity, Social Sciences Research Development Manager
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