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Inaugural Lecture: Professor Ben Rosamond

Professor Ben Rosamond presents his inaugural lecture at the School of Social and Political Science. Introduction by Professor John Devaney. Conservative economic policy discourse since the global…

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How We Feel Now - Mary Holmes Inaugural

Professor Mary Holmes, School of Social and Political Science, delivers her inaugural lecture How we feel now, in March 2023. How we feel nowIdeas circulate about young people as sensitive, anxious…

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Advanced Skills: Developing a Research Strategy (October 2023)

This session gives an overview of things to consider when undertaking a search, where to look for material, advanced search techniques and where to find help. This is a recording of a live session…

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How to use the Library: A beginner's guide

This session is a beginner's guide to the library resources, services and facilities. This is a recording of a live session on 19 September 2023 for students in the School of Social and…

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Inaugural lecture: Professor Laura Jeffery - Anthropology, advocacy and action

Professor Laura Jeffery, Chair of Anthropology of Migration, from the School of Social and Political Science, presents her inaugural lecture entitled Anthropology, advocacy and action: reclaiming…

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PhD student story: “I never considered a PhD was within my realm of possibilities”

Emily is from the North East of Scotland, she was the first in her family to go to University and manages a chronic illness. Her PhD is jointly supervised by the School of Social and Political…

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Going Beyond Your Reading List (Oct 2022)

This session gives an overview of things you can do to go beyond your reading list and start doing your own independent research - it covers basic steps using items from your reading list or…

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Welcome to the University of Edinburgh Library - for new postgraduates students in Social and Political Science

This session is for new postgraduate students in the School of Social and Political Science (SPS) for Welcome Week, September 2021. It introduces students to the huge range of library resources,…

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Neuropolitics: Biometrics and Cognitive Science Part 2

Part two of an introduction to cognitive science and the use of biometrics in neuropolitics.

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Neuropolitics: Biometrics and Cognitive Science Part 1

First part of an introduction to cognitive science and the use of biometrics in neuropolitics.

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History of Science

History of Science is a semester 2 pre-honours elective for every student in the university! It was nominated for Outstanding Course in the 2020, 2021, and 2022 EUSA Teaching Awards and received an…

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Understanding Gender - Course Options 2020

This is an introduction to the course SSPS08012 Understanding Gender in the Contemporary World in the School of Social and Political Science, a 20 credit optional course open to all Year 1 and Year 2…

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Social Policy and Society SCPL08004 - Richard Brodie Course Organiser

An introduction to Social Policy and Society, By Richard Brodie This course runs in Semester One It is worth 20 credits for first and second year undergraduates who are interested in social issues…

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Propaganda: A problem in need of a Legal Solution? Rachael Crauford-Smith

https://www.wiki.ed.ac.uk/display/CIDS/2020+Week+9%3A+Social+media+and++politics%3A+regulation+and+p...Dr Craufurd Smith considers how longstanding concerns over state propaganda relate to the more…

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Founding Women: A dialogue with women constitution-makers

Participant perspectives from the first annual Women Constitution Makers Dialogue held in Edinburgh in October 2019. The event was organized by International IDEA and the Political Settlements…

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Local Peace Processes

Participant perspectives from the Joint Analysis Workshop on Local Peace Processes held at the British Academy in October 2019.

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