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'Reality checking for Historians', Professor Julian Goodare

How do historians study people? We evaluate our evidence, obviously. I argue that we sometimes perform a 'reality check' on our evidence, applying human insight to it. This is a small…

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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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1.1.1 Introduction to Cultural Heritage in the context of climate change

Watch this short video explaining the connection between cultural heritage and climate change by Prof Andrew Dougmore.

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1.1.2 What Does Heritage Mean to You

What Does Heritage Mean to You.

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1.3.1 What is Heritage

What is Heritage.

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Heritage-based tribalism in big data ecologies and the role of ‘experts’

Dr Chiara Bonacchi (University of Stirling) presents: Heritage-based tribalism in big data ecologies and the role of ‘experts’AbstractThis presentation discusses the ways in which…

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LEL2A-W11-6

LEL2A: Week 11, Lecture 6.

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Careers for a Sustainable Future 2021: Getting work experience in Scotland

Kickstart your career in the environmental sector with the Bright Green Business Environmental Placement Programme (EPP). This is their flagship programme, unique to Scotland and attracting some of…

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Peter Ashwin

Mathematics of the Climate Crisis: Extremes and Tipping Points Peter Ashwin, University of ExeterThursday 4 November This recording is subtitled. You can turn off the subtitles by pressing CC.

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Translational research case study CAHSS - James

This interview features a real-life account of a researcher’s journey, based here at the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. ENGAGE, Edinburgh Innovations’ new online…

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Professor Farid Panjwani, 3 June 2021- What it might mean to decolonise religious education: The case of teaching and learning about Islam

Title: What it might mean to decolonise religious education: The case of teaching and learning about Islam About the Series: This is part of a 7-talk Virtual Speaker series on Decolonising the…

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Archaeology option courses 2021

Listen to Head of Archaeology Dr Manuel Fernández-Götz as he introduces you to the Archaeology options courses available in 2021.

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Message for Divinity alumnae from PhD student Axolile Qina

PhD student Axolile Qina shares his message of School of Divinity alumnae about why they should get involved with this year's programme of events and activities to mark 175 years of New College.

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ECGH 20201 Annual Lecture in the History of Slavery (Professor Ana Lucia Araujo)

Edinburgh Centre for Global History Annual Lecture in the History of Slavery, 21 April 2021 Professor Ana Lucia Araujo, Howard University In this lecture, Professor Ana Lucia Araujo draws from her…

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Lecture 11 part 1 Kaltura Capture recording - March 27th 2021, 8:02:58 pm

lecture 11 part 1

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PGHC11506 Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs: Week 10 Grammar overview

Video by Dr Zsuzsanna Vegh for Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs Introduction: Week 10

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