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Ordinary Opinions: Mass Observation from WW2 to 2000s (Dissertation and Thesis Festival)

Founded in the late 1930s and running to this day, Mass Observation Archive is an extraordinary resource on the ordinary: it maps the thoughts and feelings of adults across the UK through surveys,…

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Lama Said - Three Minute Thesis Competition Finalist 2023

Lama Said - Three Minute Thesis Competition Finalist 2023

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Open science hardware for realising globally equitable knowledge production - Pen Yuan Hsing (Speaker), Brianna Johns

Join Pen Yuan Hsing (speaker) and Brianna Johns as they introduce us to Open Science Hardware, and the problems it solves. They offer successful examples of open science hardware projects that serve…

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St Cecilia's Through the Centuries

St Cecilia’s Hall has been used for a variety of purposes over the last 260 years. Learn about its history and the many people who have used the building.

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A Collection of Collections

Why do we collect musical instruments and how did our collection at St Cecilia's get started?

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10B MMEH B Revision part 2

10B Revision part 2

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Professor Ewen Cameron- Scottish Politics after the 2015 Election

This talk, part of the 'Rethinking the past' lecture series 2015, professor Ewen Cameron puts the UK Election of 2015 in its historical context by trying to analyse historically the issues…

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Arbuthnott Lecture 2017: Independence and Sovereignty - rhetoric and reality; the Irish story

The 2017 Arbuthnott Lecture given by Mary Daly. Mary E. Daly is Professor Emeritus in Modern Irish History at University College Dublin. Recorded on Wednesday May 10, 2017. This lecture is an annual…

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