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Futures Lecture - Dispelling the Digital Enchantment

Futures Lecture - Dispelling the Digital EnchantmentProfessor Karen Yeung, University of Birmingham is the latest speaker in our Futures Lecture Series.About this eventAbstractIn this lecture, I…

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CDCS Annual Lecture 2021

First broadcast on 13 December, 2021Our second CDCS Annual Lecture 'Data as Power: The Next 100 Generations of Indigenous Data Sovereignty' was given by Professor Keolu Fox (University of…

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Study and Work Away Who Are We 2022

Study and Work Away Service for Offer Holders 2022: Who we are.

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10.1 Politics and Democracy Introduction

introduction

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Digital Materialities / Digital Imaginaries

First broadcast on 3 November, 2021.From high-profile controversies, such as the creation of e-wastes or the carbon footprint of Bitcoin, to subtler and even invisible influences, digital…

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Rosalind Cornforth

Mathematics of the Climate Crisis: Extremes and Tipping Points Rosalind Cornforth, Walker Institute and University of ReadingWednesday 3 November This recording is subtitled. You can turn off the…

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A Book Talk on ‘A Theory of African Constitutionalism’ - Dr Berihun Gebeye

The Edinburgh Centre for Constitutional Law presents A Book Talk on ‘A Theory of African Constitutionalism’ Speaker: Dr Berihun Gebeye, Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the…

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1.1 Why Study the Internet - I&S 2020 - INTRODUCTION

Internet and Society 2021

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IDAH Week 1 Lecture 2: International development and humanitarianism: part 1

IDAH Week 1 Lecture 2: International development and humanitarianism: part 1

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M&M Podcast 25: The one where we talk to Ewan McAndrew and Clea Strathmann about knowledge equity and Wikipedia

The twenty-fifth episode (we think) of the Michael and Myles (M&M) podcast sees us talking with Ewan McAndrew (Wikimedian in Residence) and Clea Strathmann (Open data and knowledge equity…

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The Promise of Access: Technology, Inequality, & the Political Economy of Hope

This event was organised by the Digital Social Science research cluster. In conversation with Dr Kate Miltner, co-lead of the Digital Social Science research cluster, Dan Greene discusses his new…

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Racial Equity Work in the University and Beyond: The Race Equality Charter in Context

3rd June 2021 Exploring perspectives on racial inequalities in higher education, this RACE.ED event will invite local and broader reflections on the Race Equality Charter, locating it within the…

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#YaleEdin2021 Resource Session

This video discusses scholarly resources available for the study of World Christianity and Mission History. It is part of a series of videos prepared in advance of the 2021 Yale-Edinburgh Group…

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MI Interviews - Prof Barbara Prainsack

Prof Barbara Prainsack discusses her research on solidarity with Graeme Laurie of the Mason Institute. Please note: All interviews are from a personal perspective and not representing the views…

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Introduction to Special Collections (LibSmart II)

This video provides an introduction to the three main components of Special Collections: archives, manuscripts and rare books. The video explains what these terms mean, and is illustrated by examples…

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Archiving Gaps: Reading Zimbabwe and The Internet

Tinashe Mushakavanhu (Digital Scholarship Postdoctoral Fellow at IASH) discusses critical meditations on archiving gaps.Despite the ubiquity and easy access the internet promises, it has also been…

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