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Vice Principal update video 8th December 2023

Vice Principal update video 8th December 2023

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How We Feel Now - Mary Holmes Inaugural

Professor Mary Holmes, School of Social and Political Science, delivers her inaugural lecture How we feel now, in March 2023. How we feel nowIdeas circulate about young people as sensitive, anxious…

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Ordinary Opinions: Mass Observation from WW2 to 2000s (Dissertation and Thesis Festival)

Founded in the late 1930s and running to this day, Mass Observation Archive is an extraordinary resource on the ordinary: it maps the thoughts and feelings of adults across the UK through surveys,…

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Dean Park Primary - class 1

Pupils discuss around a video and photos which are airdropped to their iPads.

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Beyond the Books - Series 2: Episode 7 - Peter Davies

Beyond the Books is a podcast from the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures (LLC) that gives you a behind-the-scenes look at research and the people who make it happen. In this episode, host…

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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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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…

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1.3.2 History of heritage

Dr Rowan Jackson explains the history of heritage. The clip is retrieved from July 2021 Workshop day 1 of the CRITICAL project.

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SWW Network Round Table: The British Empire and the Second World War

As the British Empire was mobilised to fight, it had far reaching consequences for all of those involved; the political, social, and economic transformations created new relationships, shifting…

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Ukraine Crisis Rapid Reaction Briefing Session - Edinburgh Law School

The Edinburgh Centre for International and Global Law and the Global Justice Academy present Ukraine Crisis Rapid Reaction Briefing Session Experts from the University of Edinburgh Law…

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Leverhulme Trust Lecture 2022 - Professor Robert Gerwarth (UCD): 'An Age of Civil Wars: Europe, 1912-49'

PLEASE NOTE: The video captions have been auto generated Professor Robert Gerwarth gave this Leverhulme Trust Lecture, 'An Age of Civil Wars: Europe, 1912-49' at 5pm on 4 April 2022 in the…

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The Past, Present and Future: A Conversation with Mohamedou Ould Salahi

Mohamedou Ould Salahi was born in Rosso, Mauritania, the ninth of twelve children of a came lherder. His family moved to the capital of Nouakchott when he was a child, where he attended school and…

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Sara Parvis - St Adomnan of Iona, Pope Benedict XV and Pope Francis: the Christian imperative of protecting the innocents

St Adomnan of Iona, Pope Benedict XV and Pope Francis: the Christian imperative of protecting the innocents.

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Stephen Dolan - Ukraine: the Hungarian perspective

Ukraine: the Hungarian perspective.

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George Wilkes - Peacebuilding lessons: experience from the Balkans

Peacebuilding lessons: experience from the Balkans.

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Fr Vasyl Kren - What can churches and people in Edinburgh do to help support the Ukrainian churches and Ukrainian refugees?

What can churches and people in Edinburgh do to help support the Ukrainian churches and Ukrainian refugees?

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