The university’s Manuscripts and Special Collections service has retained National Accreditation in the latest review of […]
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Manuscripts and Special Collections have launched a range of Christmas cards featuring seasonal images from unique […]
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Colin Heywood, Emeritus Professor of Modern French History at the University of Nottingham, focuses on the society and culture in which children were raised in the 19th century.
It is easy to forget the role of a translator in producing English versions of many children’s tales. In this talk, Gillian Lathey introduces some of these invisible storytellers and pays homage to their neglected craft.
Rachel Palfreyman, Associate Professor in German Studies at the University of Nottingham, discusses how fairy tales have been interpreted.
Using original archives and rare books from the University of Nottingham’s Manuscripts & Special Collections, this exhibition will explore a range of children’s stories and traditional tales.
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
An exhibition of material from the literary archives and collections of printed books held by the University of Nottingham, highlighting the work of Nottinghamshire writers and the treasures to be found in the historic collections of local literature lovers.
Seventy years after India gained independence, an exhibition at Nottingham Lakeside Arts reveals the acts of resistance that shaped the British Empire in India, based on Manuscripts and Special Collections’s extensive archives on colonial India.
A free lunchtime talk in connection with Manuscripts and Special Collections’ latest exhibition, Weather Extremes: Making and breaking records in Nottinghamshire.