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This is an important update about the retention of recordings on Media Hopper Replay. As part of the institution-wide lecture recording policy consultation last year, it was agreed that the length of time the University will keep your recordings would change. Previously they were kept for 24 months, now they will be kept for only […]
Group exhibition featuring the works of Francesca Woodman, Hans Bellmer, Rene Magritte, and Max Ernst in Gallery 2 (Modern 2). The exhibitions pairs Surrealist representations of the female nude with the nude self-portraits of American photographer Francesca Woodman. Together, the works create a dialogue of embodiment and subjectivity, offering a psychoanalytic component to the tradition […]
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“No, I’m sorry I can’t right now, but maybe later? You see, we have an exam coming up…” If I had a 2-pence for every time I’ve said that in the last few weeks, I would be able to buy enough coffee to keep myself awake until March — which would be helpful, because you […]
A second year nursing student at the University of Edinburgh, Rachael Ford, has spent the last few months working with Young Scot, a national youth charity in Scotland, as part of a Young Leadership Group to develop 5Rights #5Rights for young people in a digital world: https://young.scot/5rights/. From tackling fake news to protecting personal information or […]
Born in Vienna on 18th February 1919, Annie Altschul spent her formative years in Austria before moving to England in the wake of Hitler’s invasion of Austria in 1938. Years later, recalling her departure from her home country, Annie wrote in the Journal of Mental Health Nursing:  As a socialist with Jewish background, it was […]
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