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UoN Humanities #WeAreUoN Jul 24
To our graduating , you did it! Everyone in the School of Humanities couldn't be prouder. We can't wait to celebrate together, until then, a thank you from us.
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Nottingham English Jul 24
Watch now on our Facebook page! A message to our from our Head of School
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CLAS UoN Jul 24
CLAS GRADUATES! You did it! Be proud. Enjoy, and celebrate! Schedule: 2pm: CLAS post-a-thon...share your memories, messages and videos and watch our congratulatory videos. 2.30pm: School Prizes 2020 Live Ceremony
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UoN Humanities #WeAreUoN Jul 23
👩‍🎓🎈🎉 It's virtual graduation day! Congrats to all students from the School of Humanities who are graduating today. Tag us in your posts & we'll retweet the highlights!
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Uni of Nottingham #WeAreUoN Jul 23
Here’s to you, . We can't wait to invite you back for the graduation you deserve. 💙🎓🎉 Poetry and performance by
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UoN Press Office Apr 7
Could America turn dictatorship? Christopher Phelps examines the novels that imagine it.
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UoNArts Apr 7
Moving religious celebrations online - not that new a phenomenon. Excellent article from and
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Blowsoc Apr 5
🪐 In case you've missed it, you can watch our Online-aganza here: 💸 We've raised a staggering £1000 in just 22 hours, so thank you to everyone who's donated. Can we raise more?
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Hannah Kemp Apr 4
Give UoN Blowsoc's online orchestra a listen! Keeping music going even through lockdown and raising money for a really important cause close to all the societies hearts 🎶💙
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UoNArts Apr 3
"Metaphors in the time of coronavirus" - excellent blog from on the intersection on science and language She's also explored music and images - well worth a read.
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Lakeside Arts Apr 3
Need a new WFH playlist? To bring you , Head of Music Programmes, Dr Catherine Hocking, will share some of her favourite pieces. Today, she reflects on a piece that makes her feel closer to home, when home is on the other side of the world.
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Nottingham research Apr 2
"Coronavirus has shown that care services are vital." - and Dr Catherine Rottenberg writing for
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Nottingham Uni Music Apr 2
Sarah is so great! Her new album is available to purchase now. See links below. Recorded at with as recording engineer and title piece by .
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UoNArts Apr 1
Around the World in 8 (virtual) days! Great blog and links to virtual tours around the world from
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UoNArts Apr 1
If you're looking to do some writing during lockdown checkout the great for some online courseshttps://www.nottinghamwritersstudio.co.uk/ Good looking one from exploring identity through poetry
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UoNArts Mar 31
Alpine ice reveals details of the murder of a medieval archbishop. Fascinating work led by Prof Chris Loveluck
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Lakeside Arts Mar 29
Looking for ways to entertain your little ones? Stay and look at this poem together and let your imagination go wild. Draw the characters or create your own poem - we want to see your creations... We're sure they'll be out of this world 🚀
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Lakeside Arts Mar 30
Did you know that has an extensive art collection? ‘Out of Store’ by Neil Walker invites you to take you through the collection. This week, Neil looks at Laura Knight’s 'Lamorna Birch (1869-1955), and His Daughters’.
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UoNArts Mar 30
Bani Adam: the 13th-century Persian poem that shows why humanity needs a global response to coronavirus via
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City Arts Nottingham Mar 26
Isolation activities for older people! City Arts' FREE app allows older people to enjoy the life-changing benefits of art. Feat. items from the collections of top museums and galleries.
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