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LGBTQ+ History and women of the MENA region

This is an Edinburgh Award presentation for Digital Volunteering with Wikipedia 2022/2023 - an extracurricular project undertaken by student Ellanee Kruck to research and improve topic coverage of…

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Inaugural Lecture: Tim Milnes

Inaugural Lecture by Tim Milnes, 24 April, 2024. 'Ex Nihilo: Romanticism, Creativity, and the Invention of ‘Literature’', an Inaugural Lecture celebrating the appointment of…

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Engaging Art Worlds / Art Magazines in Focus: Audio & Slides View

Engaging Art Worlds / Art Magazines in Focus Audio & Slides View Published: https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/macat/2023/11/17/magazines/ Part of the Themes in Contemporary Art course, MA Contemporary…

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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…

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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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Archiving Gaps: Reading Zimbabwe and The Internet

Tinashe Mushakavanhu (Digital Scholarship Postdoctoral Fellow at IASH) discusses critical meditations on archiving gaps.Despite the ubiquity and easy access the internet promises, it has also been…

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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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General Council | 14 June 2009 | Dr Philippa Gregory

Dr Philippa Gregory was born in Kenya in 1954, and moved to England with her family. She undertook her postgraduate studies on 18th-century literature in the University of Edinburgh and graduated PhD…

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Art and the Playfair Library: Jenna Waldren

Project website https://edin.ac/art-playfair-library Copyright and licence Copyright © The University of Edinburgh 2020 CC BY-SA This work is licensed under a Creative Commons…

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Divinity - The Bible in Literature

This course (DIVI08003) offers an introduction to the biblical stories and themes which echo throughout literature in English. Introduced by Course Organiser Dr Alison Jack.

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Emancipating Gig Workers from Algorithmic Control: A Multi-disciplinary Inquiry into Data Rights, Data Flows and Data-based Worker Science - Karen Gregory

Controversies in the Data Society 2020https://www.wiki.ed.ac.uk/display/CIDS/2020+Week+2%3A+Labour+and+workers+rights+in+the+data-driven+e...On-demand labour platforms have been digitally…

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The Making of the US President - A short history in five elections - A journalist’s perspective - Jon Kelly on the making of the US President in 2008

This project was created by the School of History, Classics and Archaeology, University of Edinburgh.

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