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Week 1 Video 2 (Databases)

Week 1, Video 2

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CDCS Annual Lecture 2023: Mary Flanagan "How to See What's Missing"

Mary Flanagan - "How to See What's Missing" Abstract In "How to See What's Missing", artist and scholar Mary Flanagan discusses the investigation of artificial…

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Exploring Archives of Sexuality & Gender (Dissertation and Thesis Festival)

The Archives of Sexuality and Gender is one of the largest digital collections of primary source documents relating to the history and study of sex, sexuality, and gender. The series presents LGBTQ…

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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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Using digital archives: Finding primary sources online (Historical Research: Skills & Sources)

This video introduces the wide range of digital archives available at the Library that allow you to access historical documents and other primary sources online for your research. Useful search…

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Using digital newspaper archives (Historical Research: Skills & Sources)

This video provides an overview of the wide range of historical newspaper databases and other news sources available at the Library, including some hints and tips on basic and advanced search…

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Five things to remember before starting your search

Content for LibSmart II for the Digital Primary Sources and Digital Scholarship module.

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Finding Our Past Symposium

Recording from a half day symposium which brought together archivists, researchers, and members of the LGBTQ+ community to explore how we collect, describe, and access information about the history…

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Palaeography (Dissertation Festival)

This is a recording of an online presentation, delivered on 10 March 2023 as part of the Library's Dissertation Festival. The session was presented by Kirsty M Stewart (Scottish and University…

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Beyond the Books - Series 2: Episode 7 - Peter Davies

Beyond the Books is a podcast from the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures (LLC) that gives you a behind-the-scenes look at research and the people who make it happen. In this episode, host…

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Meet our Traditional Artist in Residence: Fraser Fifield

Scottish multi-instrumentalist and composer, Fraser Fifield, is the Traditional Artist in Residence at the University of Edinburgh from 2022 to 2025. In this short video, he tells the School of…

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Decolonizing Knowledge Production through Linked Open Data

Abstract A hallmark of the North American colonial process was the production and dissemination of knowledge about Indigenous peoples through the journals and records of colonizers. The violent, and…

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How to Use the Centre for Research Collections

This session provides a practical introduction to the Centre for Research Collections, an access point for the University's Heritage Collections. The collections include rare books, archives,…

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The Being and Becoming of Rhizomatic Digital Humanities in Majority Worlds

Dr. Dibyadyuti Roy - The Being and Becoming of Rhizomatic Digital Humanities in Majority Worlds AbstractNormative Digital Humanities conversations continue to elide that the being and becoming of DH…

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Exploring library resources for dissertations in gender studies

Does your dissertation question research gender and sexuality issues, such as gender inequalities, women’s writing, LGBT history and masculinity? Find out more about how the library can…

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CJS Seminar: Hikmet Karčić

The Crime Justice & Society Seminar Series welcomes Dr Hikmet Karčić, University of Groningen, Netherlands About the event Book Talk –Torture, Humiliate, Kill: Inside the…

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