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Arbuthnott Lecture 2022 by Dr Niamh Gallagher

The 2022 Arbuthnott Lecture was 'Ireland and the First World War: Myth, memory, and history' given by Dr Niamh Gallagher on Tuesday 14 June, 2022. The Arbuthnott Lectures are funded by the…

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Poetic Computation: Improvisation and Social Praxis

AbstractThere is a long standing conception in Black cultural studies that the archive of the Black (radical) tradition is one of singing books. Poetic computation takes that claim seriously by…

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Walk A Mile

'Walk A Mile', part of the Living Through Covid project

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Local Women of the World

For COP26, 13 local women from across the world have been developing creative responses to the climate crisis. This video shows some of their stories.

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Musical Time: How We Feel It

Nikki and Tom talk about how musical time feels, with musical examples including Bernard Edwards's 'Good Times' bass line (Chic), and John Deacon's 'Another One Bites The…

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Musical Time: Some Concepts

Nikki and Tom explain five key musical concepts: beat/pulse, tempo, metre, bar, grouping.

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Tabla

Vijay Kangutkar plays an improvised piece on the tabla.

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Phrase and Form

Nikki and Tom discuss phrasing and form in music.

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The Copper Cats

The Copper Cats jazz band play 'Monday Date', 'I'll Fly Away', 'I Cried for You', 'Moanin' Low' and 'Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down'. …

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Rememberance Day 2020

Remembrance Day talk from Moray House School of Education and Sport Head of School, Professor Richard Andrews

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Intellectual Property Law

An introduction to Intellectual Property Law, created by a current Edinburgh student who has a particular interest in this area.

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Introduction to Scottish Studies Courses

This video introduces four option courses in Scottish Studies which are available to all students across the university. If you are interested in learning about the culture and traditions of…

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Canto 39

Canto 39Ezra Pound's monumental poem The Cantos is the longest and most sustained literary effort made by a poet of the modernist generation in any language. It took half a century to write:…

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DJ's Song

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Deaf Children Create Their Own Language

Deaf Children Create Their Own Language The Birth Of Nicaraguan Sign Language Present by Molly Flaherty EdSign Lecture Tuesday 24 April 2018

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Cloth Waulking in South Uist - School of Scottish Studies, 1970

The School of Scottish Studies established a short programme of film fieldwork during the 1970s and this included setting up and filming a reconstruction of waulking in South Uist. Waulking was done…

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