Search for tag: "resources"

HR Transformation

Service Excellence Programme Roadshow, HR Transformation

From  Joe West 2 Weeks ago 0   9    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh

Preparing for lecture recording: Accessibility

This recording is from the training sessions for Media Hopper Replay and focuses on the design and accessibility of teaching materials, in recorded lectures.

From  Stephanie Farley 3 Weeks ago 0   10    0  
Publisher
Stephanie (Charlie) Farley
Licence Type
Creative Commons - Attribution
Language
English
Date Created
24/10/2017

RECOVERING ‘LOST VOICES: Andrew Newman Introduction

RECOVERING ‘LOST VOICES: Andrew Newman Introduction May 20th to 21st 2017

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   12   
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
20/05/2017

RECOVERING ‘LOST VOICES: Dr Lloyd Ridgeon

RECOVERING ‘LOST VOICES: Lloyd Ridgeon Introduction May 20th to 21st 2017

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   4   
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
20/05/2017

Dr Selim Güngörürler - ‘The Double Alienation of the Qizilbash after the Peace of Zuhab’

Dr Selim Güngörürler Post-doctoral researcher, Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, Istanbul ‘The Double Alienation of the Qizilbash after the Peace of Zuhab’

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   4    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
20/05/2017

Hunter Bandy - ‘Alid Magic and the Making of Deccan Fortunes’

Hunter Bandy PhD Candidate in the Graduate Program in Religion – Islamic Studies Graduate Program in Religion Duke University 'Alid Magic and the Making of Deccan Fortunes’

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   6    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
20/05/2017

Dr Colin Mitchell - Defining and Locating Sufi Politics in the 16th-century Persianate World

Dr. Colin Mitchell Director of Middle East Studies Minor Department of History Dalhousie University Defining and Locating Sufi Politics in the 16th-century Persianate World

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   5    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
20/05/2017

Dr Valerie Gonzalez - ‘The Subaltern versus the King: The Dual Semantic of Portraiture in Early Modern Persian-Mughal Painting’

Dr Valerie Gonzalez Independent scholar and lecturer in Islamic art history, aesthetics and visual culture. ‘The Subaltern versus the King: The Dual Semantic of Portraiture in Early Modern…

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   6    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
20/05/2017

Hirotake Maeda - ‘Voices of Caucasians at the Safavid court: life and activities of Parsadan Gorgijanidze’

Hirotake Maeda, Ph.D. Associate Professor, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University ‘Voices of Caucasians at the Safavid court: life and activities of Parsadan…

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   11    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
21/05/2017

Professor Babak Rahimi - 'Writing Muharram’s Subaltern: the Early Modern European Representation of the Subaltern in the Safavid Muharram Rituals’

Professor Babak Rahimi Director of Third World Studies, Associate Professor of Communication, Culture and Religious Studies Program for the Study of Religion, Department of Literature, UC San Diego…

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   15    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
21/05/2017

Behrang Nabavi Nejad - ‘Sādiqī bek-i Afshār and his Reception of the Simurgh Imagery’

Behrang Nabavi Nejad PhD Candidate Art History and Visual Studies University of Victoria ‘Sādiqī bek-i Afshār and his Reception of the Simurgh Imagery’

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   14    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
21/05/2017

Theodore S Beers - ‘Speaking for the Subaltern in an Early Safavid Tazkirah’

Theodore S. Beers PhD Candidate Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations University of Chicago ‘Speaking for the Subaltern in an Early Safavid Tazkirah’

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   3    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
20/05/2017

Emma Kalb - ‘A Revolt at the Court of Ahmad Shāh: Reading Eunuchs in the Mughal World’

Emma Kalb PhD Candidate Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations University of Chicago ‘A Revolt at the Court of Ahmad Shāh: Reading Eunuchs in the Mughal World’

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   4    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
20/05/2017

Dr Ferenc Peter Csirkes - ‘Why write in Turkic in Safavid Iran?’

Dr Ferenc Peter Csirkes Assistant Professor of History Sabanci University, Turkey ‘Why write in Turkic in Safavid Iran?’

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   30    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
20/05/2017

Dr Alberto Tiburcio - ‘An Armenian Convert’s Autobiographical Confession:‘Alī Akbar Armanī’s I‘tirāf-nāmah’

Dr. Alberto Tiburcio Research Fellow, Philipps-Universität Marburg 'An Armenian Convert’s Autobiographical Confession: ‘Alī Akbar Armanī’s…

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   31    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
21/05/2017

Jaimee Comstock-Skipp - ‘Liberating the “Turkoman Prisoner”: an Assessment of 16th-century Folios of Bound Captives’

Jaimee Comstock-Skipp Fulbright Research Award recipient, Tajikistan, 2015-2016 ‘Liberating the “Turkoman Prisoner”: an Assessment of 16th-century Folios of Bound…

From  Niki Vielma 2 Months ago 0   42    0  
Licence Type
All rights reserved The University of Edinburgh
Date Created
20/05/2017