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Open Lecture Series | Copy That!

Dr Nicky Melville, Teaching Fellow in Creative Writing Tuesday 30 April 2024 Watch this recording and listen to Teaching Fellow Dr Nicky Melville is an experimental, or avant-garde, poet of many…

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Open Lecture Series | Term 2 | Economics as a Social Contract

We held an Online Information Session on Tuesday 26 March 2024 (19:00-20:15) with Dr Vangelis Chiotis, Teaching Fellow in EconomicsWatch the recording and explore the topic of economics. Economics is…

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Milne Lecture: Inaugural Lecture of Professor Themis Prodromakis, Regius Chair of Engineering

Engineering the 21st century – from bio-interfaces to AI-on-chip technologies Abstract The 21st century is defined by increasingly intelligent machines and a drive to use them for augmenting…

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Open Lecture Series - From A Distance 21.02.24

Deirdre MacLeod, Lecturer in Art and Design - Centre for Open Learning, University of Edinburgh and Christopher Kaczmarek, Associate Professor, Interdisciplinary Art, Montclair State University, New…

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Open Lecture Series Monsters in the Bible

Dr Judith Blair, Teaching Fellow at COLWednesday 6 December 2023 Catch-up on Dr Judit Blair's lecture: Are there monsters in the Bible? One would not necessarily associate the two, however, as…

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Christmas Open Lecture Series - How to Love Learning Languages

Dr Thomas Bak, University of Edinburgh, School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences Monday 4 December 2023 (18:00-19:15)| Free | Venue: Godfrey Thomson HallWhat’s the point of…

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Open Lecture Series | The Evolution of Language | 15.11.23

Chris Smith, Head of English Language Pre-Sessional at the Centre for Open LearningWednesday 15 November 2023This lecture will provide an overview of how the capacity for language evolved in humans.…

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Open Lecture Series | Adam Smith and his Enduring Significance

Listen to Dr John Gordon, Teaching Fellow in Philosophy and Humanities talk about Adam Smith, referred to 'Father of Economics.' 2023 marks the tricentennial of Adam Smith, who was born in…

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ESALA Frictions Lecture: Anke Boehme (Public Practice)

Anke Boehme (Public Practice)

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ESALA Frictions Lecture: Alison Killing

Alison Killing: Killing Architects

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ESALA Frictions Lecture: Annmarie Adams

Grand Plans: hospital architecture and what it tells usThis talk explores the role of monumentality in a century of hospital design. From the sprawling British pavilion-plan building typology to…

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ESALA Public Lectures Series: Rotor (Gaspard Geerts & Arne Vande Capelle - Geddes Visiting Fellows)

Reuse: Rediscovering a PracticeToday, reuse is often presented as a new thing, an innovation that requires complex technical solutions, a whole new branch of building materials and lots of expansive…

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Bellastock, ESALA Frictions Public Lecture

Living the Change: Circular Economy and Tactical Urbanism supporting the Ecological Transition of TerritoriesBellastock will share 15 years of experiments in circular economy and transitory urbanism…

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Brady Burroughs, ESALA Frictions Public Lecture

Bauhaus to Ninja Assassinating Seriousness in Architectural Education Brady Burroughs Humor has long been used as a critical tool by architectural critics, but can taking ourselves a…

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Jan De Vylder & Inge Vinck: ESALA Public Lecture

Jan De Vylder & Inge Vinck, Simpson Visiting Professors, speak in ESALA's Frictions Public Lecture Series.

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Anupama Kundoo | ESALA Frictions Lecture

Anupama Kundoo, ‘Freedom from the Known: Rethinking Materiality in the Age of Climate Change’Our built environment is the physical stage on which all human stories are lived out. This…

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