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Off the Shelf – book history students push the boundaries

Each year, our MSc in Book History and Material Culture students organise a mini-conference on their dissertation topics. In this short video, students Amber Matthews and Hailey Brock talk about the…

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Postgraduate Information Session - 3rd July 2019

This interactive online session was for all prospective postgraduate students interested in joining us in September 2019. The information session was hosted by Dr David Kaufman, Deputy Postgraduate…

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About the Centre for Legal History

The Centre for Legal History provides a lively social and scholarly focus for the active research community – faculty members, postdoctoral researchers, and postgraduate students - in legal…

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Episode 11 - Lecture recording to support learning

Episodes 6 to 11 align with the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme,…

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Episode 10 - Building a learning community

Episodes 6 to 11 align with the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme,…

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Episode 9 - The value and impact of lecture recording

Episodes 6 -9 accompany the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and…

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Episode 8 - Using lecture recording and evaluation so far

Episodes 6 -9 accompany the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and…

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Episode 7 - Practicalities of lecture recording

Episodes 6 -9 accompany the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and…

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Episode 6 - Implementation of lecture recording

Episodes 6 -9 accompany the Lecture Recording mini-series, which Teaching Matters ran between October and December 2018. This series was co-edited by members of the Lecture Recording Programme, and…

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The Struggle for Human Rights: Philip Alston in conversation with Nehal Bhuta

The Struggle for Human Rights: Law, Politics, Practice January 18, 2019 NYU Law Professor Philip Alston discusses the struggle for human rights with University of Edinburgh School of Law…

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Alan Watson Memorial Event

The Alan Watson Memorial Event which took place on the 29th of May 2019 at Edinburgh Law School, Old College. Supported by the Watson family.

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An introduction to MSc History

This short video gives you an introduction to our MSc History programme from Dr Zubin Mistry

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Being an international student at the School of History, Classics and Archaeology

Listen to some of our international students talk about their experience coming to Edinburgh to study in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology. The students featured are also…

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A month in the life of a postgraduate student

See what life can be like as a postgraduate student at University of Edinburgh's School of History, Classics and Archaeology. One of our students created this video using the SE1 app…

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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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Active Matter and Sustainability: from Plankton to Traffic Flow - Stephan Herminghaus

Active Matter and Sustainability: from Plankton to Traffic Flow Stephan Herminghaus - Max-Planck-Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics Colloquium

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