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Dr Shashi Tharoor - Looking Back at the British Raj in India

Dr Shashi Tharoor - Looking Back at the British Raj in India

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Climate Crisis Event

Climate Crisis Panel Event

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Dr Torgny Roxå

Strong and weak ties – changing teaching cultures in higher education in programme Torgny Roxå Lund University, Sweden Learning & Teaching Conference 2018

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Forms of the Present Tense

This video is intended for English language learners (and/or for teachers). It explains understand how to build affirmative, interrogative, and negative sentences in the various forms of the…

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Forms of the Present Tense No Explanations

This video is intended for English language learners (and/or for teachers). It explains understand how to build affirmative, interrogative, and negative sentences in the various forms of the…

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Edinburgh Innovations Case Study 1

Edinburgh Innovations Case Study 1

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Whittaker Colloquium, Oct 2nd 2017, Prof. Keith Moffatt, Cambridge.

_________________ Image: Prof. Keith Moffatt (left), Sir Edmund T. Whittaker (bust in bronze by Benno Schotz, RSA, made at the request of the Society and acquired by subscription of Fellows 1945)…

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ETAL | Professor Bernadette O' Rourke | This is the UK so speak English! - linguistic intolerance, anonymity and monolingual regimes.

Edinburgh TESOL and Applied Language (ETAL) research group spring seminar series. Professor Bernie O'Rourke (Heriot-Watt University) will be presenting This is the UK so speak English! -…

From  Ileana Iacobescu 2 Years ago 0 likes 23 views 0  

ETAL | Brona Murphy & Farah Akbar - British Coverts To Islam : Constructing ( new) Identities

Edinburgh TESOL and Applied Language (ETAL) research group Spring seminar series.Dr Bróna Murphy and Dr Farah Akbar (University of Edinburgh) will present on British Converts to Islam:…

From  Ileana Iacobescu 2 Years ago 0 likes 72 views 0  

Inaugural Lecture of Professor Alistair Borthwick, Chair of Applied Hydrodynamics (MP3 audio only)

Water and Sediment: A Cascade across Scales Water and sediment work together to move material, sculpt landscapes, and contribute to the carbon, phosphorus, and nitrogen cycles. This lecture will…

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Inaugural Lecture of Professor Alistair Borthwick, Chair of Applied Hydrodynamics

Water and Sediment: A Cascade across Scales Water and sediment work together to move material, sculpt landscapes, and contribute to the carbon, phosphorus, and nitrogen cycles. This lecture will…

From  Billy Rosendale 2 Years ago 0 likes 98 views 0