Val Wood of the Nottingham Women’s History Group considers the impact of the franchise for the women of Nottingham in terms of women’s political representation and suffrage activism in the city from 1918 to 1928.
A lecture from the Department of American and Canadian Studies, with Professor David Sahat, Georgia State University and Winant Visiting Professor, University of Oxford.
This year, the University of Nottingham will be hosting the Nottingham Interdisciplinary Centre for Economic and Political Research (NICEP) 2017 conference.
The China Policy Institute is pleased to announce a seminar by Samantha Hoffman and Peter Mattis entitled From the Barrel of a Gun: Politics, Power, and the Chinese Army.
This event explores the changing political climate and its impact on minority groups, the LGBT community in particular. There will also be a discussion around the need for intersectionality and building resilience. Speakers will include Mel Jeffs, manager of the Nottingham Women’s Centre and Paula Akpan, co-founder of the “I’m Tired” Project and writer for gal-dem. Part of LGBT History Month.
The Australian High Commissioner, the Hon. Alexander Downer AC is visiting the University to deliver a lecture on the topic of Australia, Brexit and the rise of Asia. Presented by the Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies.
This one-day symposium, convened by the University’s Department of American and Canadian Studies and in association with the Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies, brings together leading scholars from across the globe to historicise and debate, through an array of regional and thematic prisms, North America’s increasingly tumultuous relationship with Asia.