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Dr David Doddington (Cardiff University); 'The best man whipped and the other one took it': violence, honour, and solidarity in US slave communities

Public Lecture by Dr David Doddington (Cardiff University) Meadows Lecture Theatre, 10 May 2019, 17:15-18:30 'The best man whipped and the other one took it': violence, honour, and…

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The Faces of Human Rights

The Faces of Human Rights was conceived both as a celebration of the UDHR and a tribute to those individuals who laid the groundwork for that document and, more generally, developed our current…

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Old College refurbishment project

A showcase of some of the spectacular facilities at Edinburgh Law School following the £35million refurbishment project.

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Inaugural Lecture - Prof Damian Mole

The pancreas is responsible for digesting all the fat, protein and carbohydrates that we eat, and is essential for health. However, when things go wrong with the pancreas, as happens in inflammation…

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Professor Lani Florian - Inclusive Pedagogy

Professor Lani Florian, Bell Chair of Education, delivers her inaugural lecture entitled Inclusive Pedagogy: a transformative approach to understanding and responding to individual differences. …

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Professor Siân Bayne - The Trouble with Digital Education

Professor Siân Bayne, Personal Chair of Digital Education, delivers her inaugural lecture entitled, The Trouble with Digital Education. Digital technologies in education are often considered…

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Prof. Andrew Erskine - Roman Power, Greek Reaction

Andrew Erskine, Professor of Ancient History, delivered his inaugural lecture entitled "Roman power, Greek reaction". At the beginning of second century BC, Rome announced that it had…

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Prof. Martin Chick: Time, Economics and a Political Economy of Britain since 1945

Professor Martin Chick, Chair of Economic History, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, "The Times They Are A-Changin': Time, Economics and a Political Economy of Britain since…

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Professor Ewen Cameron Inaugural Lecture - 'The Political Histories of Modern Scotland'

Professor Ewen A Cameron, Sir William Fraser Professor of Scottish History and Palaeography delivered his inaugural lecture entitled "The Political Histories of Modern Scotland". …

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Professor Clive Bonsall inaugural lecture - 'Farmers, Floods and River Gods: What happened at the Iron Gates of the Danube, between 6300 and 6000 BC'

The inaugural lecture from Professor Clive Bonsall from our School of Arts, Culture & Environment entitled "Farmers, Floods and River Gods: What happened at the Iron Gates of the Danube…

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Professor Beverly Lemire: 'Material technologies of empire: tobacco, textiles and race in everyday Scottish life'

'Material technologies of empire: tobacco, textiles and race in everyday Scottish life'A public lecture by Professor Beverly Lemire, University of Alberta The Matter of Slavery in Scotland,…

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Professor Jennifer Morgan: 'Reckoning with slavery: kinship and capitalism in the early Black Atlantic'

'Reckoning with slavery: kinship and capitalism in the early Black Atlantic' A public lecture by Professor Jennifer Morgan 2019 Slavery Lecture for the Edinburgh Centre for Global…

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DE seminar: Dr Kobi Gal 'Keeping the Teacher in the Loop: AI technologies for supporting exploratory learning environments'

AbstractThe proliferation of educational software provides new opportunities for using computational methods to support students in their learning and teachers and researchers in their understanding…

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Telling it like it is - families raising deaf children while living on a low income, by Rachel O'Neill & Jo Bowie

Telling it like it is: families raising deaf children while living on a low incomeRachel O'Neill and Jo BowieEdsign lecture

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Prof. Nanette Mutrie - Encouraging People to 'Sit Less and Walk More'

Professor Nanette Mutrie, Chair in Physical Activity for Health, presents her inaugural lecture entitled "Encouraging People to 'Sit Less and Walk More': The Story so far and Future…

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Prof. Grant Jarvie - Sport: More Than Just a Game

Professor Grant Jarvie, Chair of Sport, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, Sport: More Than Just a Game. This lecture will comment upon Scotland's contribution to the world of sport…

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