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India on film

Date
22 - 26/09/2017
Location:
Broadway Cinema
Description
A chance to celebrate rarely seen classics of Indian cinema. Many of these films have been previously unavailable to screen in the UK and there is no better time to watch them than this seventieth anniversary year of India's independence.

In Search of the Riyal screening

Date
25/09/2017
Location:
14 - 18 Broad Street, Broadway Cinema, Nottingham
Description
Enjoy a special screening of Nepalese film "In search of the Rial" documenting the lives of Nepali migrant workers in the Arabian Gulf.

Donald Trump and the Betrayal of Republican Politics?

Date
04/10/2017
Location:
Clive Granger A41
Description
Donald J. Trump has been affiliated to multiple political parties in the United States, but in successfully campaigning for the Presidential nomination as a Republican, he joined not only the party of Abraham Lincoln, but more recently Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. In this lecture Professor David Sehat will consider the question of whether Trump represents a departure from Republican Party politics of the last fifty years, or rather the apotheoisis of that politics. Sehat is an Associate Professor at Georgia State University, and John G. Winant Visiting Professor of American Government at the University of Oxford, 2017-18, and the author of The Jefferson Rule: How the Founding Fathers Became Infallible and Our Politics Inflexible (2015) and The Myth of American Religious Freedom (2011 and 2015).

How the South Won the American Civil War

Date
10/10/2017
Description
"How the South Won the American Civil War…. and Why the United States is Still Fighting It". Annual American Studies Lecture and Black History Month Event. Professor John Stauffer, Harvard University

Call for Papers: Loyalty to the British Monarchs

Date
24/01/2018
Location:
Machicado Suite, Willoughby Hall
Description
Call for Papers for Loyalty to the British Monarchs, c.1400-1688

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News

New ARCH network led by Dr Jon Henderson, Dept of Classics and Archaeology

Description
New ARCH network exploring the use of cultural heritage for economic growth and social cohesion in East Africa.

China Ports workshop in Ningbo featured in local media

Description
Workshop on China port cities is featured in local press

Conference review: Graphic Satire and the UK in the Long Nineteenth Century

Description
Review of the Graphic Satire and the UK in the Long Nineteenth Century conference by Dr Richard A Gaunt

Faculty Modern Foreign Language funding

Description
Grants are now available for Faculty of Arts research students who need to learn a modern foreign language through the Language Centre.

Christopher Phelps interviewed on Trump on TRT World News

Description
Associate Professor Christopher Phelps discusses Trump's response to "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals" on TRT World News.

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The Faculty of Arts provides a stimulating and welcoming community where you can enjoy a high quality educational experience. Colleagues in the Faculty have been recognised for their outstanding and inspirational teaching, both with awards and impressive National Student Survey results. Academic colleagues produce world-leading research and, following our strong REF 2014 results, we aim to continue to promote a thriving research environment.

The Faculty has a tremendous range of facilities to support your learning including a theatre, museum, recital hall, galleries, libraries, Manuscripts and Special Collections, and digital resources with the latest graphics equipment and software.

We look forward to welcoming you.

 

Professor Jeremy Gregory, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Arts

 

 

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