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Lecture 7 part 3 Kaltura Capture recording - February 27th 2021, 6:38:55 pm

lecture 7 part 3

From  Pauline Phemister on February 27th, 2021 0 likes 18 plays 0  

lecture 3 part 3 Kaltura Capture recording - January 24th 2021, 10:27:00 am

Lecture 3 part 3

From  Pauline Phemister on January 24th, 2021 0 likes 15 plays 0  

10.2c Worlds of Shame- Renaissance Understandings of Race

In this lecture we look at how race is constructed in Renaissance Italy, and consider some portraits of white women and their non-white servants to emerge from Titian's workshop from the 1520s…

From  Jill Burke on November 26th, 2020 0 likes 291 plays 0  

Art and the Playfair Library: Jenna Waldren

Project website https://edin.ac/art-playfair-library Copyright and licence Copyright © The University of Edinburgh 2020 CC BY-SA This work is licensed under a Creative Commons…

From  Stuart Brett on November 24th, 2020 0 likes 161 plays 0  

Art and the Playfair Library: Haijian Cai

Project website https://edin.ac/art-playfair-library Copyright and licence Copyright © The University of Edinburgh 2020 CC BY-SA This work is licensed under a Creative Commons…

From  Stuart Brett on November 24th, 2020 0 likes 54 plays 0  

10.1a The Woman Question

This video introduces Renaissance Feminism, including major scholars and major female painters, sculptors and architects who worked between 1520 and 1650.

From  Jill Burke on November 23rd, 2020 0 likes 300 plays 0  

IDS - Week 08 - 06 - More models with multiple predictors

More discussion on main and interaction effects and comparing adjusted R-squared values of models

From  Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel on November 11th, 2020 0 likes 18 plays 0  

How I write visual analysis

Art historian, Jill Burke, considers how to write a visual analysis of a still life painting by the Dutch early seventeenth-century artist, Clara Peeters. For a written version of this talk, see…

From  Jill Burke on November 11th, 2020 1 likes 365 plays 0  

I Wish You Are Here – Mathematics & Mathematicians From History

This talk has closed captions. To turn the captions off, press CC on the bottom toolbar. In this Public Lecture, Snezana Lawrence discussed the questions: 'What is it that mathematicians…

From  Belle Taylor on November 11th, 2020 0 likes 34 plays 0  

IDS - Week 08 - 04 - Modelling nonlinear relationships

Fitting a linear model to transformed data

From  Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel on November 10th, 2020 0 likes 20 plays 0  

IDS - Week 08 - 03 - Fitting and interpreting models

Fitting and interpreting models with numerical and categorical predictors.

From  Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel on November 9th, 2020 0 likes 27 plays 0  

IDS - Week 08 - 02 - The language of models

Defining and visualizing models and a discussion on how they're used.

From  Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel on November 9th, 2020 0 likes 28 plays 0  

Giorgio Vasari and the Invention of Art 2

Giorgio Vasari's Lives of the Artists was written in 1550, with a much enlarged edition in 1568. It was the first recogniaable "art history" book and still influences the way art…

From  Jill Burke on October 25th, 2020 0 likes 375 plays 0  

JB Vasari and the Invention of Art 1

Giorgio Vasari's Lives of the Artists was written in 1550, with a much enlarged edition in 1568. It was the first recognisable "art history" book and still influences the way art…

From  Jill Burke on October 25th, 2020 0 likes 440 plays 0  

Sketchbook to paper

From  Robbie Bushe on October 21st, 2020 0 likes 39 plays 0  

'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.

From  Robbie Bushe on October 13th, 2020 0 likes 7 plays 0