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Governance & Democracy - CAHSS Research Themes

We address pressing challenges in international, global and multi-level governance, including issues of development and global inequalities; populism, democracy and citizen engagement;…

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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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‘Let Me Tell You a Story’: Liberal Diversity Narratives in Electoral Politics Today – 23 May 2023

In this guest lecture, Dr. Laura J. Kwak from York University, delves into the intricate dynamics of race, representation, and political power. Through her extensive research on the Conservative…

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Exploring the political collections at the National Library of Scotland (Dissertation Festival)

This is a recording of an online presentation, delivered on 13 March 2023 as part of the Library's Dissertation Festival. The session was presented by Dr Sarah Thomson (Government Collections…

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Lecture on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence

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Internet and Society Week 1 Introduction, 1.1 and 1.2

Week 1 Video

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Book launch: Millicent Garrett Fawcett: Selected Writings

About the EventA joint CDCS and genderEd online event.In conversation with Professor Fiona Mackay (University of Edinburgh School of Political Science), Professor Melissa Terras (Edinburgh College of…

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2.1.1 Cultural heritage and climate change relations: Loss, Adaptation and Creativity

Professor David C. Harvey provides a brief overview of cultural heritage and climate change relations. David C. Harvey is an Associate Professor in Critical Heritage Studies at Aarhus Universitet,…

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2.3.1 Heritage as processual

Heritage as processual FIRST CUT

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George Wilkes - Peacebuilding lessons: experience from the Balkans

Peacebuilding lessons: experience from the Balkans.

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Gavin Strang - Oral History Interview

Gavin Strang served as Member of Parliament for the Labour Party for Edinburgh East from 1970 – 2010. In Harold Wilson’s Government he was Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Energy…

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What is Queer Theory?

A panel exploring how queer theory is shaping our lives and relationships, intersections of race, gender and sexuality, and much more. As well as representing the Q in LGBTQ+,…

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LGBT History Month: From the 1969 Stonewall Riots to Lesbian & Gays Support the Miners Group: a history of revolt, defiance and solidarity

The School of History, Classics and Archaeology LGBT History Month event for 2022. Speakers: Professor Marc Stein, San Francisco State University; Nicola Field, member of Lesbians and Gays Support…

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Donald MacKenzie - Material Politics of Targeted Advertising 2022

Controversies in the Data Society 2022

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Tarik Aougab - Wednesday 26 January

25 Jan - 26 Jan 2022ICMS hosted the "Mathematics: Inclusive or Exclusive? Putting colour, culture and context into the curriculum" workshopEthics and anti-racism syllabi for mathematics…

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10.1 Politics and Democracy Introduction


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