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CLAS UoN 4h
What exactly is happening now in : workshop on 28 May. Register your place
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Don't forget! If you haven't got a ticket for the UNESCO Lecture 2019 with you can watch it live online this evening
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Nottingham City of Literature 7h
will be in Nottingham in just a few hours! Delegates will be heading west from our colleagues at in Norwich shortly. Here's a thread of what will be happening over the next few days...
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mssLakeside May 21
So what is Romantic Facts and Fantasies all about?
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Replying to @QuineCat
Congratulations! 👍
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Nottingham City of Literature May 20
Great news: for those unable to make our lecture on Wednesday, there will be a live stream broadcasting the whole event on our website. One to bookmark!
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Uni of Nottingham May 20
to everyone sitting exams over the next few weeks!
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UoNArts May 17
Our colleagues in win twitter today! 👍👏❤🧡💛💚💙💜
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Ever wonder where your cheese comes from? (And we don't mean the supermarket...) Prof Mark Pearce explains all 🧀😀
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Lakeside Arts May 17
We cannot contain our excitement about this news! We are honoured to be launching Creative Pathways, a scheme encouraging talented young people getting into the creative sector and creating a collaborative learning community 🎉
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Nottingham English May 15
📢 Date for your diary! The Byron Lecture 2019 - Peter: the English Uprising | Saturday 27th July, 11.30am | East Midlands Conference Centre RSVP to attend!
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Replying to @UoNEnglish
Hi. Can the general public come along to this?
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D.H. Lawrence Museum May 15
A temporary block is in place on the exportation of the copy of Lady Chatterley’s Lover used by the judge during the 1960 obscenity trial. Just 59 years ago the availability of Lady Chatterley’s Lover was up for debate; today it comes in all sorts of shapes/sizes/covers…..
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UoNArts May 14
Replying to @LiberalArtsNott
We're still waiting for pictures of donuts. There must be donuts from Berlin. 🍩😋
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UoNArts May 14
Our students are in Berlin for a week - should be a fascinating trip for interdisciplinary study. You can also catch them at
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UoNArts May 13
A quick promo for the Changing Wor[l]ds Festival of Literature and Cultural Activism organised by our academic friends Part of the wonderfully active literary scene in 👍
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Uni of Nottingham May 13
Would you like to see more wildlife in your garden? Come along to this talk on Saturday for some useful tips!
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CBA East Midlands May 9
How do you plan an archaeology project? Join us on our Community Archaeology Training Workshop to find out! Centre, Nottingham University, 22/06/19. For more info, visit our website
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UoNArts May 9
For all you history and archaeology fans out there - check out Britain's Pompeii: A Village Lost in Time with our very own Prof Mark Pearce (at about 19min in)
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UoN Press Office May 7
Our specialist in music therapy for , Dr Orii McDermott from is the first guest on a brand new podcast, How Researcher Changed The World, available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher
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