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World AIDS Day 2022: Sam Moore, The Farewell Symphony

For World AIDS Day 2022, School of Art and Staff Pride Network presents: The Farewell Symphony a new talk by Sam Moore. About this event In To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life,…

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How to Read a Novel - Trailer (2022)

What makes a great novel? How is a novel woven together? How can we best appreciate works of fiction? Answer these questions and more with this course from The University of Edinburgh and the…

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Pride in Writing: Sapphic Voices

Sapphic stories are often told through the (cisgender, heterosexual) “male gaze” but what happens when we tell our own stories? Magic. Join us for a discussion of the stories only we…

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Postgraduate Virtual Open Day for 2022 entry - an Introduction to the MSc in Creative Writing

Join Dr Jane Alexander for a virtual introduction to the MSc in Creative Writing at the University of Edinburgh. This short video is for students hoping to start our MSc programme in September 2022.…

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James Tait Black 2021 - Fiction shortlist

The four books shortlisted for the fiction prize are: Alligator & Other Stories (Picador) By Dima Alzayat; The First Woman (Oneworld) by Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi; A Children’s Bible (W.W.…

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How to Read a Novel Trailer

What makes a great novel? How is a novel woven together? How can we best appreciate works of fiction? Answer these questions and more with this free short online course from The University of…

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Postgraduate Virtual Open Day - an Introduction to Creative Writing (MSc)

Catch up on a recording of the 'Introduction to our taught programme in Creative Writing’ given by Dr Jane Alexander during Postgraduate Virtual Open Day in November 2020. The session…

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General Council | 14 June 2009 | Dr Philippa Gregory

Dr Philippa Gregory was born in Kenya in 1954, and moved to England with her family. She undertook her postgraduate studies on 18th-century literature in the University of Edinburgh and graduated PhD…

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Dr Torgny Roxå

Strong and weak ties – changing teaching cultures in higher education in programme Torgny Roxå Lund University, Sweden Learning & Teaching Conference 2018

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James Tait Black Prizes - a chat with our student co-ordinators

Olivia and Joanna, PhD candidates in English Literature, talk to the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures (LLC) about what it's like to be the student co-ordinators for this year's…

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How to Read a Novel Online MOOC Course: WK4 SETTING - Meet the Author - Jo Baker

How to Read a Novel Online MOOC Course: WK4 SETTING - Meet the Author - Jo Baker

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How to Read a Novel Online MOOC Course: WK4 SETTING - Environment and Atmosphere

How to Read a Novel Online MOOC Course: WK4 SETTING - Environment and Atmosphere

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How to Read a Novel Online MOOC Course: WK4 SETTING - City Novels

How to Read a Novel Online MOOC Course: WK4 SETTING - City Novels

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How to Read a Novel Online MOOC Course: WK4 SETTING - Introduction

How to Read a Novel Online MOOC Course: WK4 SETTING - Introduction

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How to Read a Novel Online MOOC Course: WK3 DIALOGUE - Meet the Author - Eimear McBride

How to Read a Novel Online MOOC Course: WK3 DIALOGUE - Meet the Author - Eimear McBride

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How to Read a Novel Online MOOC Course: WK3 DIALOGUE - Variety of Perspectives

How to Read a Novel Online MOOC Course: WK3 DIALOGUE - Variety of Perspectives

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