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Civil liberty and fundamental rights: a juridical perspective - Quentin Skinner

The Edinburgh Centre for International and Global Law presents Civil liberty and fundamental rights: a juridical perspective Prof Quentin Skinner, Barber Beaumont Professor of the Humanities,…

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Toni Wilson: Slavery in Context (Full talk)

As part of UK Black History Month 2021, the Business School hosted Toni Wilson to address the legacy of slavery impacts Black life in organisations today. In this talk, Toni describes how, although…

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Toni Wilson: Slavery in Context (Promo Clip)

As part of UK Black History Month, the Business School hosted Toni Wilson to speak to: Slavery in context: Rising above racism in organisations.

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A Kick in the Belly: Women, Slavery & Resistance

HCA Black History Month 2021 Monday 25 October 5pm Speaker: Stella DadzieWith Dr Talat Ahmed, Professor Ewen Cameron, Dr Rochelle Rowe

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Scotland, Slavery and Black History - Wikipedia in the Classroom panel discussion

University of Edinburgh Learning and Teaching Conference 2021 Session title: - Wikipedia in the Classroom – Student-led activism promoting knowledge equity and SDG4 Chair: Jon Turner…

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Course Options in the History of Christianity at the School of Divinity (3 mins)

A short overview of three courses in the History of Christianity on offer at the School of Divinity: History of Christianity as a World Religion 1A, History of Christianity as a World Religion 1B,…

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'Juneteenth'

A short lecture on the history and significance of 'Juneteenth' by Prof. Joyce Hope Scott (Boston University)

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Black Women and French Citizenship - RACE.ED and Centre of African Studies Seminar

19 May 2021 Speakers:Annette Joseph-Gabriel, Assistant Professor of French, The University of Michigan Mame Fatou Niang, Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies, Carnegie Mellon…

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Fennell Lecture 2021: On Juneteenth: “This, Then, is Texas”

This 2021 Fennell Lecture was be delivered by Professor Annette Gordon-Reed, held in honour of the publication of Professor Gordon-Reed’s latest book, "On Juneteenth".

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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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Wikipedia in the Curriculum in 'the new normal': Student-led activism promoting knowledge equity and SDG4.

Presentation by Ewan McAndrew, Wikimedian in Residence at the University of Edinburgh, for the Open Education Resources Conference 2021. 21-22 April 2021 Wikipedia in the Classroom in the new…

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The Edinburgh Race Lectures: Representing Slavery in Contemporary Black British Women’s Plays - 26 November 2020

'Representing Slavery in Contemporary Black British Women’s Plays: Race, Responsibility, Reparations' by Lynette Goddard, Professor of Black Theatre and Performance at Royal Holloway,…

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10.2b African Presence in Renaissance Europe

This video considers black Africans in Renaissance Europe, particularly Italy.

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Divinity - Social Christianity in Britain, Germany and the United States, 1848-1930

This course (ECHS08009) investigates the complex movement known as “social Christianity” or the “social gospel”, in which Christians struggled to revive the idea of the…

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Tear it Down_Material Culture and Reparations

In response to the solidarity anti-racism protests triggered by the brutal murder of George Floyd, the INOSAAR is hosting a series of roundtables and panel discussions. This first roundtable was held…

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Historians on Dundas and Slavery - 7 July 2020

Urgent discussions are taking place across the world about monuments and streets dedicated to Henry Dundas, mainly focused on his insertion of ‘gradual’ into the 1792 bill for the…

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