Research from Dr Amy Williams at NTU is featured on the BBC

Research from Dr Amy Williams at NTU is featured on the BBC

 January 25, 2022

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Women academics at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) have considerable insight and knowledge and are often featured in the media showcasing their important research work.  

Dr Amy Williams is featured in an interview with Michael Portillo on Great British Railway Journeys, BBC Four, with the interview highlighting her expertise within the Arts and Humanities at NTU and her research into Kindertransport. 

Purposeful research work 

Working at NTU offers career paths with purpose and meaning, like that of Amy's whose research into Kindertransport has a particular focus on the memory, commemoration and representation of rescue operations.

Watch the full interview to learn more about Amy's research. 

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