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Narrative Time and Mystical Theology in Late Fifteenth-Century England

"Narrative Time and Mystical Theology in Late Fifteenth-Century England" by Prof. Laura Saetveit Miles. Prof. Miles’s talk looks at how Richard Methley, a late-medieval English…

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A Kick in the Belly: Women, Slavery & Resistance

HCA Black History Month 2021 Monday 25 October 5pm Speaker: Stella DadzieWith Dr Talat Ahmed, Professor Ewen Cameron, Dr Rochelle Rowe

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How to Create an Online Course - course trailer

Discover tools to help you successfully create an engaging online learning course that shows off your expertise with How to Create an Online Course on FutureLearn. Music: 'Tokyo Drift' by…

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Hear from the Experts: Active Learning

Paul Smyth, Learning Technology Advisor from Learning Teaching and Web Services at the University, talks about his experience of using active learning models when designing short online courses.

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Chronotopic Cartographies: An Emerging (Processual) Method for Literary Mapping

This paper is centred on the work of the core Chronotopic Cartographies Team at Lancaster University: Sally Bushell (PI), James Butler, Duncan Hay, Rebecca Hutcheon. For the last three years, this…

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'The Occasional Dalek' Guest @ Grays: Robbie Bushe

Robbie Bushe gives a talk about his work as part of 'Guest @ Grays' in November 2016 at Grays School of Art, Aberdeen, part of the Robert Gordon University.

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EBS Conversation: Why study Buddhist Stories?

A recording of the first of the Edinburgh Buddhist Studies "In conversation" series, featuring Dr Naomi Appleton (Edinburgh), Reiko Ohnuma (Dartmouth College) and Andy Rotman (Smith…

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IDS - Week 01 - 02 - First dataviz

Application exercise: your first data visualization. Choose between data on how countries voted in the United Nations and COVID-19 fatality across the globe and create your first data visualization.

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