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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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Lilinaz Rouhani - Digital Skills Trainer Intern

Lilinaz Rouhani, a Psychology Masters student, talks about her internship working as a trainer in the Digital Skills Team.

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EFP 22: Lacan in Scotland

Kat Zabecka speaks to Dr Calum Neill, Associate Professor of Psychoanalysis & Cultural Theory at Edinburgh Napier University. They discuss Lacan in Scotland, a research group founded by Dr Neill,…

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MyWay Digital Health

MyWay Digital Health - EIE19

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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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Lilinaz Rouhani - Digital Skills Trainer Intern

Lilinaz Rouhani talks about her internship working as a trainer in the Digital Skills Team.

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Dr Tamson Pietsch How to Know the World

Dr Tamson Pietsch How to Know the World

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Tina Maria Abu-Hanna, Student Trainer Digital Skills Video

In this video, Tina Maria Abu-Hanna a student trainer talks about her experience of working in the Digital Skills and Training team. Her work included redesigning the programme schedule and putting…

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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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DE seminar: Professor Sotaro Kita 'Gesture: its relationship to thinking and speaking'

Professor Sotaro Kita, University of WarwickAbstractThis presentation concerns a theory on how gestures (accompanying speaking and silent thinking) are generated and how gestures facilitate the…

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