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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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EFP 21: On Film Dissertations and Academic Writing

Kat Zabecka is joined by Jessie Taylor and Patrick Callaghan, current MSc Film Studies students. They chat about dissertations, choosing topics, research process and academic writing.

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Promoting fairer access to Scottish universities: how can this be achieved?

This is the second annual memorial lecture in honour of the late Professor David Raffe. Professor Vikki Bolover of Durhan University drew on her recent research in Scotland to consider how we can…

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Dr Shashi Tharoor - Looking Back at the British Raj in India

Dr Shashi Tharoor - Looking Back at the British Raj in India

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MSc Applied Conservation Genetics with Wildlife Forensics

Dr Rob Ogden discusses MSc Applied Conservation Genetics with Wildlife Forensics.

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Mark Sprevek - The Singularity - Data Controversies 2019

Mark Sprevek - The Singularity

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Student Disability Services - What We Need You To Do - Victoria Buchanan

What you need to do/provide, and when, to ensure support can be in place quickly from the Student Disability Service. March 2019

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Alternative Data in Insurance - Liz McFall - Data Controversies 2019

Alternative Data in Insurance - Liz McFall - Data Controversies 2019

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Alternative Data in Credit - Jonathan Crook -Data Controversies 2019

Alternative Data in Credit - Jonathan Crook -Data Controversies 2019

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EFP 20: Paris, Texas (1984)

Kat Zabecka is joined by our current MSc Film Students Callum Simpson, Laura Tribaudino and Tina Kandiashvili. They discuss Wim Wenders' iconic Paris, Texas (1984) and explore the film's…

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Predictive Policing - Dr Morgan Currie - Data Controversies 2019

Dr Morgan Currie, Lecturer in Data & Society. Before the Bullet Hits the Body: Organising Against Predictive Policing in Los Angeles Abstract: Our ability to control our “data…

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EFP 19: Best Films of 2018

In this episode, Kat and Dr David Sorfa are joined by Dr Pasquale Iannone, Teaching Fellow in Film Studies. They look back at 2018 and discuss some of the best films of the year, including The…

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NICE - Module 4 Introduction

Video introduction to Module 4 of the NICE programme.

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