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Pedro Feitoza: Religion and Regionalism in Brazil

On November 1, 2022, we were pleased to have our new Lecturer in Latin American Christianity, Dr Pedro Feitoza, deliver a paper entitled “Religion and Regionalism in Brazil: The Dynamics of…

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A Global History of Mathematics: An Urgent Human Concern - Alexander Jones

Did the Greeks know that Babylonian astral science was Babylonian? Alexander Jones Institute for the Study of The Ancient World, New York University

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A Global History of Mathematics: An Urgent Human Concern - Agathe Keller

Is it all about proofs? Reflections on the multiple reasonings in Sanskrit mathematical texts Agathe Keller CNRS, University of Paris-Diderot

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A Global History of Mathematics: An Urgent Human Concern - Discussion

A Global History of Mathematics: An Urgent Human Concern

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New Resources for Lectionary Year A: A CPD event for Ministers and Worship Leaders - Dr Nathanael Vette

In this video Dr Nathanael Vette (Issachar Fund Postdoctoral Researcher) speaks on the topic of 'What are they saying about Matthew's Gospel?' at the event New Resources for…

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The Dark Side of Isaac Newton, Piers Bursill-Hall

This public lecture was part of the Young Researchers in Combinatorics workshop at ICMS. We were delighted to welcome speaker Piers Bursill-Hall (University of Cambridge) for this public lecture.We…

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3.3.1 Introduction to the heritage case study in Sri Lanka

3.3.1 Introduction to the heritage case study in Sri Lanka.

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Continuity, Influences and Integration in Scottish Legal History - Select Essays of David Sellar

The Edinburgh Centre for Private Law presents an event to celebrate the launch of: Continuity, Influences and Integration in Scottish Legal History Select Essays of David Sellar Edited by…

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Leverhulme Trust Lecture 2022 - Professor Robert Gerwarth (UCD): 'An Age of Civil Wars: Europe, 1912-49'

PLEASE NOTE: The video captions have been auto generated Professor Robert Gerwarth gave this Leverhulme Trust Lecture, 'An Age of Civil Wars: Europe, 1912-49' at 5pm on 4 April 2022 in the…

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Music Theory in Critical and Global Context

To set the scene, Nikki Moran (course lead) offers some context for your study of music theory by sharing ideas about how this course fits into the bigger landscape of music study.

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Reimagining Waste Landscapes Seminar Series #5: John Brown - Lifetime Piling Up

[due to an error the audio does not start til around 00:01:45] Lifetime Piling Up. Visual accumulations of objects and experience.Using images of his own work, personal history and research,…

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Using the National Records of Scotland for your Dissertation

In this Dissertation Festival session you will learn how to use the archives held by National Records of Scotland (https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/) for your dissertation research. This introductory…

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Analysing Climate Change Narratives, Past and Present

Amy Coombs, Robert Suits (both University of Chicago), and Jo Guldi (Southern Methodist University) give three presentations interrogating sociocultural narratives around climate change, from…

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Lecture 5: Women's Networks: Opportunities and Limitations

Most religious traditions and movements have majorities of women, but most are led by men and are based on deeply embedded patriarchal assumptions. That underlying reality is played out in multiple…

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Lecture 4: The Protestant International: Pietism, Premillennialism, and Pentecostalism

The aim of this lecture is to apply our general organizing principle and method to some of the most significant developments in the English-speaking Protestant world in the last four centuries,…

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Lecture 3: Religious Networks in the Age of Empire in New Spain and Africa

Two of the most striking developments in the modern history of global Christianity have been the respective strengths of Catholic Christianity in Central and Latin America and of Protestant and…

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