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The History of Law and Governance Blog Welcome to University of Nottingham Blogs. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging ..read more
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David Gehring’s new article on Martin Luther in Lutheran Quarterly
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This article surveys and examines the translations into English of Luther’s works during the early modern period. Certain themes emerge, with anti-Catholicism, devotion, and consolation particularly noted as safe and unobjectionable Lutheran topics for English audiences. English reformers chose to integrate certain divines from the European mainland at certain points, with Luther playing key roles ..read more
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Collaborative research into connectivity with leading law firm Browne Jacobson
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Dr Sara Galehbakhtiari, Assistant Professor in Marketing at Nottingham University Business School, gives an insight into research in connectedness: In the ever-evolving landscape of communication networks within organisations, and as hybrid working blurs the lines between personal and professional life, the ability to effectively foster connectedness has become crucial for success. Understanding employees’ connectedness helps ..read more
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Ragna’s Islands: A New Saga
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  Ragna’s Islands is the latest in a series of AHRC-funded projects initiated by The Centre for the Study of the Viking Age exploring the Viking Age history and Norse culture of different parts of Britain and Ireland. In 2013-14, Languages, Myths and Finds sent teams of academics and students to Cleveland, Dublin, the Hebrides, the Isle of ..read more
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Kimaya Jadhav – My Experience as a Global Engagement Officer
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Faculty of Social Sciences Placements Blog During the first semester of my second year, I had the opportunity to be a part of the university’s global engagement team as an intern. As an industrial economics student, my previous work experiences were quite different as compared to this internship. So, when I saw that this opportunity was available, I decided to apply ..read more
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Addressing the Eczema PSP priorities with citizen science
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In 2011, the Centre of Evidence Based Dermatology (CEBD) at the University of Nottingham worked with the James Lind Alliance to run an Eczema Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) exercise. The aim was to identify and prioritise uncertainties around how best to treat and manage eczema. Over 500 individuals took part. The exercise identified 14 priority ..read more
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From Peeling Oranges, Easter Crafts and Teaching New Phonemes: The Complexities of an English Language Placement in a Reception Class
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By Tiha Wheatcroft – PGT Student in Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching Applying for the Placement An opportunity arose when I browsed the Faculty of Arts Moodle page: a volunteering placement in a primary school, focusing on Teaching English as an Additional Language (TEAL). I wanted to take part in this placement to confirm ..read more
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Uncovering feminism and sexism in the University Archives
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This is a guest post by Samantha Brinded, who volunteered with Manuscripts and Special Collections between May 2023 and March 2024. For decades, student magazines have played an integral role in university culture, and the University of Nottingham is no exception. In 1939, students established a newspaper called Gongster following on from the campus arts ..read more
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Understanding the evidence behind eczema treatments
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Would you like to know more about the research evidence that supports treatment decisions for people with eczema? If so, this evidence summary from the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) is a ‘must read’ for you. This article summarises the amazing research that has taken place over the last decade. It has ..read more
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Broadening Horizons to YES: A path to innovation
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“I would describe Broadening Horizons and YES as discovery streets, and I am glad to have walked them.”  Great science thrives as part of an inclusive and diverse professional community. However, many chemists from minoritised racial and ethnic backgrounds still face systemic barriers, with many leaving the profession following undergraduate studies (Royal Society of Chemistry ..read more
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