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LSS3_Maria Filomena Molder

Love of the Distant, Obedience to Proximity Contradicting a long tradition of purgative, curative, redemptive, contemplative soul journeys – a tradition which still casts its shadows –…

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History of Art Seminar 26 January 2022

Prof. Fernando Domínguez Rubio (UC San Diego) The Unnatural Ecologies of Modern Art Abstract: A museum is not a collection of objects but a collection of slowly unfolding …

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LSS2_Landscape Studio

Founded in Kenya in 2014 by Chloé and Michael Humphreys, The Landscape Studio has championed site-specific responses that proudly reveal the essence and identity of the place. By careful…

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LSS1_Tiago Torres Campos

Contemporary territories in the twenty-first century face increasingly adverseAnthropogenic climate change. Landscape and architectural design practicesneed to consider once again fluidity and…

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Science and Religion Research Seminar: Dr David de Pomerai

Dr David de Pomerai discusses 'Redundant God? Christian Faith in the Light of Evolution' as part of this Science and Religion Seminar.(Session filmed 4/10/21)

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Science and Religion Research Seminar: Professor Werner Riess

Professor Werner Riess (Freiberg University of Education) discusses 'Can Student Teachers' Attitudes towards Evolution and Creation Be Fostered by an Interdisciplinary Seminar? Insights…

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History of Art Research Seminar 29 September 2021

Dr Amelia Hope, Teaching Fellow, Early Art (History of Art, University of Edinburgh)‘Poor men and brother hermits’: The Franciscans, the eremitic life, and a late thirteenth-century image…

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Steve Ruff - LESSONS FROM HOT SPRINGS ON EARTH APPLIED TO THE SEARCH FOR TRACES FOR LIFE ON MARS

STEVE RUFFArizona State University, USAWednesday 24th June 2020LESSONS FROM HOT SPRINGS ON EARTH APPLIED TO THE SEARCH FOR TRACES OF LIFE ON MARSAncient hot spring deposits have long been recognized…

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Douglas Pike - FROM STRUCTURE TO FUNCTION OF PRIMORDIAL ENZYMES

DOUGLAS PIKERutgers University, USAWednesday, 22nd of April 4pm (UK)FROM STRUCTURE TO FUNCTION OF PRIMORDIAL ENZYMESLife on Earth is driven by electron transfer reactions, catalysed by a suite of…

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27 Feb 2019 — Steven Erlanger (New York Times)

Montague Burton Lecture The World According to Trump & does it Matter?

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8 February 2019 — Luke March and Mathias Thaler (University of Edinburgh)

Teaching Populism

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18 Jan 2019 — Steve Goldstein (US State Department [former])

‘Would You Like to be Undersecretary of State?’ 100 Days in the Trump Administration

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25 Jan 2019 — Ethics Forum: Paul McKeigue (Edinburgh Usher Institute)

Fake News? Weighing Evidence in an Information War

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23 Nov 2018 — Tim Oliver (University of Loughborough)

What has the EU got wrong about Brexit?

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16 Nov 2018 — Sabine Saurugger (Sciences Po Grenoble)

Emmanuel Macron and the European Union

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9 Nov 2018 — Simone Rudolphi (professional photographer)

Ethics Forum: Ethics of Humanitarian Photography

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