Upcoming Events

Black History Month Workshop: Decolonising the Curriculum

30 October 2019

The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the School of Sociology & Social Policy warmly invite you to Decolonising the Curriculum.

“Framed by a Smoking Gun”: book launch and signing

30 October 2019

The School of Chemistry will host an event to celebrate the launch of “Framed by a Smoking Gun”, a biography of Col Brian “BD” Shaw.

BUCS Headliner — UoN American Football

3 November 2019

Staff, students and member of the public are invited to watch the University of Nottingham American Football 1st Team start their BUCS Sport season in style as the first Headliner of the year.

Writing justice/performing injustice: research, publicity and the Birmingham Trojan Horse affair

3 November 2019

The Counter Terrorism and Border Security Act 2019 extends counter extremism measures, including a duty on schools to promote ‘fundamental British values’, first introduced in the wake of the Birmingham Trojan Horse affair.

Power of Music in Health and Social Care

4 November 2019

Following the success of the first Power of Music in Health and Social Care Conference in October 2018, Research and Innovation are delighted to announce a second conference in November 2019.

PACE in a digital age – can an app help to enhance legal safeguards?

6 November 2019

Digital technology is being used by HM Courts & Tribunals Service to transform the criminal process.

Forward to Zero

6 November 2019

An Energy Technologies Research Institute Lecture.

What is ‘University’?

7 November 2019

This is your opportunity to hear from senior figures with varying administrative and academic roles in the University of Nottingham, ask your questions, and share your views.

Film screening: My marriage my choice

7 November 2019

As part of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Festival of Science.

Politics of Temporalities and Taiwan’s Pursuit of Transitional Justice

11 November 2019

The Taiwan Studies Programme (TSP) and The Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ)  are delighted a to announce a seminar by Anthony Hao Yeh, Associate Professor in political thought at the Department of Political Science, National Chengchi University.