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International Women’s Day 2022 - 'Dying to Divorce'

Recording of the Q&A following the screening of 'Dying to Divorce'. Chaired by Dr Hatice Yildiz, Lecturer in Modern Gender History, with Sinead Kirwan the producer of the film and Dr…

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Reimagining Waste Landscapes Seminar Series #4: Ed Hollis - Narrating a wasted landscape

Narrating a Wasted Landscape: exploring architectural heritage in an industrial town in Bengal From the construction of India’s first coal mine in 1832, the district of Asansol in West Bengal…

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International Women's Day 2021: The role of women in AIDS and LGBTQ+ Activism

Hidden heroines: join us as we learn from some truly notable women about their role in HIV and LGBTQ+ Activism The success of the recent Channel 4 series 'It's a Sin' has shone a…

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Pride in Writing: Sapphic Voices

Sapphic stories are often told through the (cisgender, heterosexual) “male gaze” but what happens when we tell our own stories? Magic. Join us for a discussion of the stories only we…

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Welcome

Message to sports alumni from Sports Programme Manager Eve.

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BHoM 2021: Prof Erica Walker (Columbia University USA)

Subtitles will be added soon. Storytelling for Mathematics: Lessons Learned for Teaching, Learning & Research Prof Erica Walker (Columbia University USA)

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BHoM 2021: Welcome by Minhyong Kim (Director, ICMS) and Sarah Hart (President, BSHM)

Minhyong Kim (Director, ICMS) Sarah Hart (President, BSHM)

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Being Hindu at University

Welcome to the ‘Being at University’ podcast. I’m Harriet Harris, Chaplain to the University of Edinburgh, and in this first series, we explore what it is like being people of…

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BHoM: Maurine Atieno Songa, (University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa)

This recording is subtitled. You can turn off the subtitles by pressing CC. Heroes of Mathematics: The Power of Narrating their stories Maurine Atieno Songa, (University of KwaZulu-Natal, South…

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Science and storytelling: Why who we talk about matters - Dr. Jess Wade at Wikimania 2021

LIGHTNING TALK: Science and storytelling: Why who we talk about matters & Celebratory Toast Dr. Jess Wade will talk about Science and storytelling: Who we talk about matters.Dr. Wade is a…

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Lesson 4: Ocean Biodiversity, Food Webs and Habitats

This video was created by Teresa Ikpe for her learning resource about exploring ocean spaces. Lesson 4 objectives: To explore individual’s personal relationship to the ocean. Interrogate…

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Center for Global Christianity & Mission, Boston University #YaleEdin2021

This video of the Center for Global Christianity & Mission at Boston University is part of a series of videos prepared in advance of the 2021 Yale-Edinburgh Group annual conference on…

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Recovering Late-Victorian Scottish Women Writers and Their Child Readers

Recovering Late-Victorian Scottish Women Writers and Their Child Readers: Edinburgh-based Collections and Data Visualisations Dr Lois Burke (IASH) presents this CDCS Seminar on late-Victorian…

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Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites

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Queer Voices from the Pandemic

While there are multiple LGBTQ+ communities in the UK, something that unites them is resilience in the face of crisis. Queer Britain, the national LGBTQ+ museum, has launched…

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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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