A new exhibition marking the centenary of the first UK general election in which some women were entitled to vote opens at Nottingham Lakeside Arts.
Hallward Library will be hosting an exhibition about the Kindertransports. The exhibition is part of a project by Amy Williams, a second year Holocaust Studies PHD student, funded by Midlands3Cities/AHRC .
The “I’m Tired” Project utilizes photography, the human body and written words as tools to highlight the lasting impact of everyday micro-aggressions, assumptions and stereotypes. The co-creators will be holding an exhibit and photo shoot at the University.
Come to the Weston Gallery for the private view of Manuscripts and Special Collections’ latest exhibition, […]
Professor Tim Birkhead, ornithologist and author, examines the way Francis Willughby changed how we study birds in what is effectively the most important and exciting transition in the history of ornithology.
Mountain precipices, erupting volcanoes, battles, malaria and the ever-present danger of social failure: travel on the eighteenth-century Grand Tour could be unpleasantly hazardous. Join Sarah Goldsmith (University of York) to explore why Grand Tourists risked such dangers. Could these perils ever be more than a dangerous nuisance?