Posts tagged with ‘School of Geography’

Globalisation and empire: global governance, colonial India and 1930s London

This lecture will introduce debates about whether imperialism was the first phase of globalisation, and how empires and the League of Nations offered different models of global governance in the 1920-30s.

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Global biogeography: islands, alien species and human threats to biodiversity

A Geographical Association (Nottingham branch) lecture, presented by Dr Richard Field, School of Geography, University of Nottingham.

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Lakes and the Arctic Carbon Cycle

A lecture looking at current understanding of the carbon cycle in lakes and outlining the importance of linkages between land and lakes.

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Making Black histories visible in Cotton Heritage venues in the Derwent Valley

Presented by the School of Geography and Institute for the Study of Slavery in association with the AHRC Global Cotton Connections project and Nottingham Slave Trade Legacies group.

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Give your vote to Nottingham Slave Trade Legacies project

A project investigating slave trade legacies in Britain, co-run by The University of Nottingham, is appealing […]

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What do we talk about when we talk about climate?

Join the School of Geography for The Hayman Rooke Lecture in Environmental Humanities, ‘What do we talk about when we talk about climate?’

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Free online course – ‘Shale Gas and Fracking: the Politics and Science’

Led by Professor Sarah O’Hara from the School of Geography and Mathew Humphry, Head of the […]

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Putting on a show – landscape research and public exhibitions

Annual GeogSoc Lecture: Professor Stephen Daniels presents ‘Putting on a show – landscape research and public exhibitions’.

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Managing urban flood risk – the blue-green approach

A Blue-Green City aims to recreate a naturally-oriented water cycle while bringing water management and green infrastructure together. As part of the Science Public Lecture Series, Dr Emily Lawson discusses the impact this could have in managing urban flood risk. Admission is free, all are welcome.

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A very British obsession

The weather is a British obsession —and our response over the centuries to snow, floods, droughts, […]

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