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MLAC3134 Business & Society in Spain ESP

The main themes this module (that is taught in Spanish) addresses include the economic legacy of dictatorship, Spanish business’ response to globalisation, and the relationship between the…

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MLAC3134 Business & Society in Spain ENG

The main themes this module (that is taught in Spanish) addresses include the economic legacy of dictatorship, Spanish business’ response to globalisation, and the relationship between the…

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MLAC2053 French New Wave Cinema

This module involves close study of four films from the pathbreaking post-war movement in French film, the New Wave. As well as learning the techniques of film study, students are encouraged to…

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MLAC2054 Serbian and Croatian Literature

This module explores the extraordinary destinies and thought-provoking works of the writers from former Yugoslavia from the First World War to the Second World War and the Holocaust to the Yugoslav…

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MLAC2051 Media in Russia

If you want to improve your language as well as your general knowledge about Russia and what it means to be Russian – choose this module. You will learn about advertising, social media, TV and…

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CULT3041 Working in the Cultural Industries

The cultural and creative industries are at the forefront of government strategies across the world for developing post-industrial economies, are seen as exciting places to work, and regularly…

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MLAC1155 The Clash of Empires

This module embarks on an exciting journey through space and time to explore the great empires which clashed over a small but important corner of Europe: the Balkan peninsula.

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MLAC3165 Individual & Society

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MLAC3174 Translation and Linguistic Exchange

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MLAC3162 German Colonialism: History, Memory, Literature

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MLAC3159 French Avant-Garde

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MLAC3158 Language Contact & French

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MLAC3157 Subtitling and Dubbing from French into English

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MLAC3142 People and Propaganda

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MLAC3145 Translation and Linguistic Exchange

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MLAC3079 Mythology in German literature

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MLAC3124 French Documentary Cinema

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MLAC2177 Sociolinguistics: An Introduction

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MLAC3089 Dissertation in French Studies

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MLAC2151 Contemporary French Cinema and Social Issues

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MLAC2167 Art and Contemporary Visual Culture in France

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MLAC2168 European Silent Cinema

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MLAC2122 Enlightenment Literature

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MLAC2119 Media in Germany

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MLAC2054 Serbian and Croatian Literature

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MLAC2053 French New Wave Cinema

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MLAC2117 Huit Tableaux

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MLAC2051 Media in Russia

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MLAC2184 La France en guerre - mémoires de la Première guerre mondiale

This module will introduce students to aspects of the First World War in France and in its colonial empire via the study of primary historical sources and historiography.

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CULT3019 The New Hollywood

This module examines sixty years of change in Hollywood, looking at key historical moments in which filmmakers, critics, audiences, and academics have declared the dawning of something…

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MLAC3094 La République Gaullienne

This module tells the story of how one man, Charles de Gaulle, rescued and reshaped the French Republic in 1958, before being rejected by a people that no longer loved him in 1969.

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Discovery. For the world

Real world research. Real world impact. Our research knows no limits. Our discoveries change lives across the globe. Discover more about our world-changing research: nottingham.ac.uk/research

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#WasteNott — the plastics challenge

We've developed new targets to change the way we use single-use plastic. Get involved and play your part. https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/wasteNott

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Glassblowing Technicians @ UoN

Our highly skilled and expert technical staff are essential to delivering research and teaching on an international stage. Take a look inside our Glassblowing workshop with Clive and Conor here at…

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Mechanical Engineering Design Showcase 2018

Take a look around some of the student designs on show at the Mechanical Engineering Design Showcase 2018. To find out more visit: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/engineering

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Sharing Visual Material In Class With Tablets

Richard Payne noticed some older departmental iPads not in use, but waste not want not - he realised he could make use them to share diagrams and other images with his veterinary students during…

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Classroom Quizzes with Kahoot

Kahoot has taken the educational community by storm. Richard Payne runs us through his use and the benefits.

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Excel For Complex Time Tabling

Richard Payne has put together a nifty spreadsheet to assist with timetabling rooms and students (search this subject on http://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/ttp/ to find downloadable file). The model…

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Take the Plastics Challenge survey

We use more than a million disposable coffee cups a year on campus, along with many other single-use plastics. Take our survey and help us set challenging targets to improve our environment and…

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Firth Seminar 2018 - Professor John Barclay

Every two years the University of Nottingham appoints an eminent theologian to deliver the Firth Lectures which comprise of two public lectures (since 2012 these are available on YouTube) and a…

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Firth Lecture 2018 Part 2 - Professor John Barclay

In this video, John Barclay, the Firth Lecturer for 2018, presented a fresh reading of grace and gift in Paul's theology – and especially what is found in 2 Corinthians. This shows us that…

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Firth Lecture 2018 Part 1 - Professor John Barclay

In his book, Paul and the Gift (2015) John Barclay presented a fresh reading of grace and gift in Paul's theology, studying it in view of ancient notions of ‘gift’ and shining new…

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Finding books in our libraries

How to locate books and resources in our seven UK libraries using NUsearch, our online library discovery tool.More information: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/library/collections

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Our research leaders of tomorrow

Our Anne McLaren and Nottingham Research Fellowship schemes produce the next generation of outstanding research leaders. We are recruiting an unprecedented number of research fellows as part of a…

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Discover our world

Welcome to our extraordinary world. A world where we unlock potential, where we equip our students to change the world, and where our pioneering research solves global challenges. Discover our world,…

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Welcome to our world

Welcome to our extraordinary world. A world where we unlock potential, where we equip our students to change the world, and where our pioneering research solves global challenges. Discover our world,…

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Approaches to Grouping Students in Class

Charles Crook shares his thoughts about grouping students, including some of his issues, solutions, and tools.

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Objects of Belief; The Table

Tables are a part of everyday life, but they also have significance in many religious rituals which are connected with food / eating. Here Prof. Tom O’Loughlin looks at a range of meanings…

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Objects of Belief; The Cup with Tom O'Loughlin

The Eucharist is a central ritual of Christians, and a central to that ritual is the use of a cup of wine for which thanks have been offered to God. But what is often forgotten is that in this…

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies module in a minute: Spanish Theatre & Society, 1936-Present

Dr Simon Breden, Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies, gives an overview of the module Spanish Theatre & Society, 1936-Present

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: Huit Tableaux

Dr Paul Smith, Department of French and Francophone Studies, gives a brief overview of the module Huit Tableaux: Art and Politics in Nineteenth-Century France (1799-1871)

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: Fictions of Self Knowledge

Dr James Helgeson, Department of French and Francophone Studies, gives a brief overview of the module Fictions of Self Knowledge

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: Understanding Cultural Industries

Paul Grainge, Professor of Culture, Film and Media, gives a brief overview of the module Understanding Cultural Industries

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: American Madness Mental Illness in History and Culture

Dr Robin Vandome, Department of American and Canadian Studies, gives a brief overview of the module American Madness: Mental Illness in History and Culture

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: Latino Cultures

Dr Stephanie Lewthwaite, Department of American and Canadian Studies, gives a brief overview of the module Latino Cultures

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: Transnational Media

Dr Mark Gallagher, Department of Culture, Film and Media, gives a brief overview of the module Transnational Media

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: Film and Television Genres

Roberta Pearson, Professor of Culture, Film and Media, gives a brief overview of the module entitled "Film and Television Genres"

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Nottingham Dollies prove cloned sheep can live long and healthy lives

Nottingham’s Dollies – Debbie, Denise, Dianna and Daisy – have proved cloned sheep can live long and healthy lives. Research findings, published in Nature Communications, show that…

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American and Canadian Studies Alumni event 2016

Staff and students from the Department of American and Canadian Studies met with former students to discuss career opportunities.

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Kate Scott, American and Canadian Studies alumna, talks about her career path

Kate Scott, American and Canadian Studies alumna, talks about her career path

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Miranda Keast, American and Canadian Studies alumna, talks about her career path

Miranda Keast, American and Canadian Studies alumna, talks about her career path

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Giselle Kennedy, American and Canadian Studies alumna, talks about her career path

Giselle Kennedy, American and Canadian Studies alumna, talks about her career path

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Ryan Burnett, American and Canadian Studies alumnus, talks about his career path

Ryan Burnett, American and Canadian Studies alumnus, talks about his career path

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Ryan Burnett, American and Canadian Studies alumnus, explains how his degree course shaped his career

Ryan Burnett, American and Canadian Studies alumnus, explains how his degree course shaped his career

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Staff and students from American and Canadian Studies respond to the 2016 Alumni event

Staff and students from American and Canadian Studies respond to the 2016 Alumni event

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Giselle Kennedy, American and Canadian Studies alumna, explains how her degree course shaped her career

Giselle Kennedy, American and Canadian Studies alumna, explains how her degree course shaped her career

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Why Study Plutarch and Delphi with Judith Mossman

Plutarch (A.D. 46 – c. 120), from Chaeronea in Boeotia, was one of the most prolific Greek writers of antiquity and his work is exactly contemporaneous with the period of the earliest writings…

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Why Study Plutarch with Judith Mossman

Plutarch (A.D. 46 – after 120), from Chaeronea in Boeotia, was one of the most prolific Greek writers of antiquity and his work is exactly contemporaneous with the period of the earliest…

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Why Study Nostra Aetate with Archbishop Kevin McDonald

Archbishop Kevin McDonald discusses with Prof. Tom O’Loughlin the significance of the Roman Catholic statement on that church’s view of other religions, and especially how the Catholic…

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Humanities Building

Overview of the Humanities Building on University Park Campus - home to the Departments of Archaeology, Classics, History of Art, Philosophy and Theology and Religious Studies.

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MRI scans could improve our understanding of dyspraxia

A new research team at The University of Nottingham is using MRI scans to learn more about the role of the cerebellum in Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) – also known as Dyspraxia. DCD…

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Cognitive Approaches to Ancient Religious Experience (CAARE) Highlights

Building on the project, Ancient Religions and Cognition, this network brings together scholars from the ancient history of religion on the one hand, and the cognitive science of religion on the…

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Why Study the Hebrew Bible and Anthropology with Carly Crouch

Dr Carly Crouch seeks to demonstrate how the methods of the anthropologist can help us understand complex passages in the Hebrew Bible. She takes the Book of Deuteronomy as a test case and looks at…

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A - Z of Theology; B is for Blessing

Professor Tom O'Loughlin discusses the various meanings of the word 'blessing' in Christian discourse. #a2zoftheology Other videos that may be of interest to you include: Why Study…

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Why Study The Book of Deuteronomy with Carly Crouch

Dr Carly Crouch introduces the key themes is the Book of Deuteronomy. While we think of it a mainly a collection of laws and legal material, we should not lose sight of its two great themes. First,…

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7. Panel on ‘citizen science’ and new social media, Jarvis, Lancastle, McLain, Pearce (Circling the Square I)

The below video features contributions from Dr Warren Pearce (Research Fellow, University of Nottingham), Neil Lancastle (Neil Lancastle, University of Leicester and ‘Rethinking…

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Why Study the 4th Council of the Lateran with Claire Taylor

2015 is the eighth centenary of Lateran IV – often described as the most important western church council between the Council of Nicea (325) and the Reformation. Dr Claire Taylor of the Dept of…

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Alison Sinclair (NUBS), Lecture Capture in the Business School - e-learning community 4th March 2015

Teaching & Learning seminar, 4th March 2015

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#askatheologian Why do we need chapters and verses?

Professor Tom O’Loughlin explains that the familiar chapters and verses – found in every printed bible – are to be viewed solely as a means of finding passages and particular…

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Why Study the Eucharist in Methodism with David Monkton

Dr David Monkton looks at the place of the Eucharist in Methodism from the time the Wesley’s in the eighteenth century until. He does this by taking us through one of the eucharistic hymns of…

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A to Z of Sociology: Forced Marriage

Rachael Clawson, from the Central for Social Work in the School of Sociology and Social Policy, talks about forced marriage.

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Johannes Hoff – Rethinking Modernity with Nicholas of Cusa 2013 Bonaventure Lecture

Professor Johannes Hoff – from Heythrop College in London – gave the 2013 Bonaventure lecture and proposed the case that modern theology needs to radically re-examine its assumptions…

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