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What can Liberal Conservatism do for you? The Seventy-Sixth Mile End Group event was given by David Willetts MP on the nature of Liberal Conservatism. David Linsay Willetts (born 9 March 1956) is a British Conservative Party politician and the Minister of State for Universities and Science. He is the Member of Parliament (MP) representing the constituency of Havant in Hampshire. This memorial lecture is a tribute to the life and work of John Ramsden, an eminent historian, politician and memb ...
 
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El 4 de abril de 2017 tuvo lugar en la Sede de Barcelona la Conferencia inaugural de los encuentros preparatorios de las XVIº Jornadas de la ELP, “’Yo soy… ‘, ‘Todos somos… ‘ El psicoanálisis ante las nuevas identidades”. La Conferencia estuvo a cargo de Enric Berenguer; la mesa estuvo moderada por Margarita Alvarez, y presentó el espacio Silvia Gr…
 
El 4 de abril de 2017 tuvo lugar en la Sede de Barcelona la Conferencia inaugural de los encuentros preparatorios de las XVIº Jornadas de la ELP, “’Yo soy… ‘, ‘Todos somos… ‘ El psicoanálisis ante las nuevas identidades”. La Conferencia estuvo a cargo de Enric Berenguer; la mesa estuvo moderada por Margarita Alvarez, y presentó el espacio Silvia Gr…
 
Professor Sharon Abrahams, Personal Chair in Neuropsychology, delivers her inaugural lecture entitled Mind Matters in Motor Neurone Disease. In this lecture, Prof. Abrahams discusses her work with people living with a degenerative disease and in particular motor neurone disease. This disease was commonly thought to affect the system controlling mov…
 
Professor Andrew Morris, Chair of Medicine, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, Medicine in the Information Age. Recorded on 22 June 2015 at the University of Edinburgh's Chancellor's Building.โดย The University of Edinburgh
 
The first inauguration of James Madison was held on March 4, 1809. He became the fourth President of the United States and was sworn in by the Chief Justice of the United States, John Marshall. Madison delivered his inaugural address to a gathered crowd of about 10,000 people, among which included outgoing President Thomas Jefferson. Marking the fi…
 
Thomas Jefferson delivered his second inaugural address on March 4, 1805. Chief Justice John Marshall administered the oath of office and Thomas Jefferson delivered his address in the nation's capitol of Washington, DC.โดย Inaugural Address Podcast
 
The first inauguration of President Thomas Jefferson took place on March 4, 1801. He was the first president to take the oath of office in the new capital city of Washington, DC. He was sworn in by Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Marshall. Though President Jefferson had just won a much contested political battle he called for national unity…
 
The inauguration of John Adams took place on March 4th, 1797 in Philadelphia, PA at Congress Hall. Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court Oliver Ellsworth swore Adams in. This inauguration marked the first time the oath of office was administered by the Chief Justice, a tradition that has persisted to today.…
 
George Washington's second presidential inaugural address was delivered on March 4, 1793. It took place in the Senate Chamber of Congress Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is the shortest inaugural address to date. The oath of office was administered by Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States William Cushing.…
 
Professor Martin Chick, Chair of Economic History, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, "The Times They Are A-Changin': Time, Economics and a Political Economy of Britain since 1945". This lecture considers the changing use made of the concept of time in economics and economic policy-making in Britain since 1945. Recorded on 5 May 2015 at the U…
 
Here we go, one mo' 'gain! Today, Trust the Gut dips their hands into the world of the NFL. Clement, joined by new voice Joe Simone, discuss the highs and lows of the recent NFL Draft and who look at from this rookie class as you prep for your fantasy football drafts.
 
Professor Paolo Quattrone, Chair in Accounting Governance & Social Innovation, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, "Accounting, Governance and Social Innovation: Establishing the Links". In this lecture, Professor Quattrone will present the idea that accounting creates specific forms of ‘socie-ties’, where the ties amongst members of a communi…
 
Blaine and Clement are back again, talking basketball, entertaining baseball and just steady grinding. Talk of CJ McCollum's emergence, value finds and a quick game of BUSSSSSSSSSSST... OUT for daily fantasy basketball on Friday, April 10th.
 
Professor Mark Dorrian, Forbes Chair in Architecture, delivers his inaugural lecture, entitled What's Interesting? On the Ascendency of an Evaluative Term. This lecture will consider the rise of 'interesting' as a critical category, and examine the sort of judgement-in-suspension that it seems to enact, addressing what kinds of issues might be at s…
 
Blaine and Clement do a surprise Easter Sunday taping of TTG. Today the discussion focuses on Knicks Roulette, Which 6er do you like, the merits of the Warriors playing people, Paul George's return and much more for daily fantasy basketball on Sunday, April 5th.
 
Blaine and Clement go back at it again, discussing deep league plays, some BUSSSSSSSSSSSSST... OUT plays and the newly minted Robbie Hummel, Give 'er a Hummel, All Star team for daily fantasy basketball on Wednesday, April 1st.
 
Clement and Blaine are back after a two week hiatus from podcasting. They discuss the ups and downs they've experienced, new strategies, and look at how to exploit injury news as they craft lineups for daily fantasy basketball on Friday, March 27th.
 
Clement and Blaine continue to trust their gut and process as the success rolls on. Today the two talk about the Utah Jazz, the incredibleness that is Kanye West, the annoyingness that is Aubrey Graham crackers and how Action Bronson is potentially the best hip-hop personality around... as well as daily fantasy basketball for Friday, March 13th....…
 
Professor Chris Speed, Chair in Design Informatics, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, The Random Lift and Other Algorithmic Stories. This talk draws connections between a series of projects that explores the emerging conditions of living with algorithms. The playful presentation unpacks Professor Speed's growing neurosis about the uncertaint…
 
Professor Nicola McEwen, Personal Chair of Territorial Politics, delivers her inaugural lecture entitled, "Independence and Interdependence: The Dynamics of Scottish Self-Government". The Scottish independence referendum may have resulted in a No vote, but it has reignited debates over Scottish self-government. Professor McEwen explores the meaning…
 
Professor Richard Freeman, Personal Chair of Social Science and Public Policy, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, Doing Politics. How does politics happen? When we do politics, what are we doing? In this lecture, Professor Freeman will show how we might understand politics as action, as a mode of doing. Recorded on 4 February 2015 at the Univ…
 
Professor Richard Harrison, Chair in Entrepreneurship & Innovation, delivers his inaugural lecture, entitled The Owl of Minerva: Entrepreneurial Leadership and the Critic of Institutions. Based on his research in entrepreneurship and leadership development over many years Professor Harrison in this lecture discusses the nature of what we know of th…
 
Professor Ailsa Henderson, Professor of Political Science and Head of Politics & International Relations, delivers her inaugural lecture entitled, The Imagined Electorate: Values, Perceived Boundaries and the Regional Rehabilitation of Political Culture. This lecture explores political culture as it operates below the level of the state, identifies…
 
Professor Malcolm Macleod Personal, Chair in Neurology and Translational Neuroscience, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, "Rigour Mortis: How Bad Research is Killing Science". Recorded on 26 May 2014 at the University of Edinburgh's Chancellor's Building.โดย The University of Edinburgh
 
Professor Fiona Mackay, Personal Chair in Politics, delivers he inaugural lecture entitled, "Nested Newness" and the Gendered Limits of Institutional Change. This lecture suggests that we need to pay more attention to examining and theorizing newness and processes of change. It uses the concept of "nested newness" to examine the promise and limit o…
 
Professor Bettelou Los, Forbes Chair of English Language, delivers her inaugural lecture entitled Changing English. No language ever stays the same, and no part of it is immune. Changes affect not only sounds and vocabulary, but also grammar, word order, pragmatics, giving rise to different varieties and different dialects all the time. Professor L…
 
Professor John M Davis, Professor of Childhood Inclusion, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled Including Children in Scotland: Concepts, Structures, Relationships and the Common Weal. With the referendum to be held in 2014 in Scotland there has been great debate concerning the type of society we want to live in. Professor Davis draws from over 2…
 
Professor Nikolas Gisborne, Chair of Linguistics, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, What’s Grammar For? If you listen to how people talk about grammar in the press you could be forgiven for thinking that it is little more than an aesthetic matter, to do with ‘good’ and ‘bad’ writing. A hundred and fifty years after Henry Alford popularized t…
 
Professor Grant Jarvie, Chair of Sport, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, Sport: More Than Just a Game. This lecture will comment upon Scotland's contribution to the world of sport then argue that sport is more than just a game and can be a resource of hope for many around the world. Recorded on 22 April 2014 at the University of Edinburgh's…
 
Professor Clifford Leen, Honorary Professor and Consultant Physician Infectious Diseases, presents his inaugural lecture titled "Progress in Antiviral Treatment". Recorded on Monday 7 April 2014 at the University of Edinburgh's Chancellor’s Building, Little France campus. Listen to podcastโดย The University of Edinburgh
 
Susan McVie, Professor of Quantitative Criminology, presents her inaugural lecture titled "Painting by Numbers: The Changing Landscape of Crime in Scotland". In this lecture, Professor McVie considers the dramatic change in patterns of crime that have been observed in Scotland in recent years and explore whether it represents real cultural and beha…
 
Professor Michael O'Boyle, Director of Institute for Computing Systems Architecture, delivers his inaugural lecture, "Return of the silver bullet or avoiding groundhog day? Auto-parallelisation reloaded". Professor O'Boyle will explore why compiler based code optimization has often failed to deliver. He will also look at ways we can recast compiler…
 
Professor Michèle Belot, Professor of Economics, delivers her inaugural lecture, "Diseases of Affluence: On the Relationship Between Economics and Health". This lecture will ask, why are Western societies so rich and at the same time so sick? Recorded on 11 March 2014 at the University of Edinburgh's Old College.…
 
Professor Philipp Kircher, Professor in Economics, delivers his inaugural lecture, "In Search of the Perfect Match - Understanding Labour (and Marriage) Markets". Economists have long acknowledged that it takes time to find the right partner. But how can we think about this process? Do firms randomly meet workers? Or do they compete for workers? Wh…
 
Professor James Loxley, Professor of Early Modern Literature, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, "Ben Jonson’s Road North" In July 1618, the poet and playwright Ben Jonson embarked on an enterprise that had been at least a year in the planning - an epic walk all the way from London to Edinburgh. In this lecture, Professor Loxley will look at …
 
Professor Graham Crow, Professor of Sociology and Methodology, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled, "Community Research: A Field Full of Methods". In this lecture Professor Crow considers the field of community research as one in which a wide range of different research methods have been used. He argues that this methodological diversity - rang…
 
Professor Fiona McLachlan, Personal Chair in Architectural Practice, presents her inaugural lecture entitled "Practice, Practice, Practise: Illustrated in Colour". This lecture will focus on two recent research projects on colour in architectural design, both of which were stimulated and informed by Professor McLachlan's own architectural practice …
 
Professor Nanette Mutrie, Chair in Physical Activity for Health, presents her inaugural lecture entitled "Encouraging People to 'Sit Less and Walk More': The Story so far and Future Plans". Professor Mutrie explains why 'sit less and walk more' is the byline of the Physical Activity for Health Research Centre and demonstrates what has been learned …
 
Professor John W Cairns, Professor of Civil Law, presents his inaugural lecture entitled "An Uncommon Law?". The first discipline in law taught in the University of Edinburgh was the Civil Law. It has been taught continuously for the past 303 years. Comparative lawyers have traditionally seen the “Civil Law” as something opposed to the “Common Law”…
 
Professor Rob Dunbar, Chair of Celtic Languages, Literature, History and Antiquities, presents his inaugural lecture entitled "Canada, the Gaelic Imagination, and the Future of the Celtic Languages / Canada, am Mac-meanmna Gàidhlig, agus na Cànanan Ceilteach san Àm ri Teachd". Territories that are now part of Canada received more Gaelic-speaking em…
 
Professor Susan Hardman Moore, Professor of Early Modern Religion, delivered her inaugural lecture entitled 'Time'. Recorded on Thursday 12 September 2013 at Martin Hall in the University of Edinburgh's New College.โดย web-comment@ed.ac.uk (The University of Edinburgh)
 
Professor Matthias Schwannauer, Professor of Clinical Psychology, delivers his inaugural lecture entitled "From Cradle to Grave: The Development of Relationships, Emotions and Mental Health". Recorded on Tuesday 14 May 2013, at the University of Edinburgh's Business School.โดย web-comment@ed.ac.uk (The University of Edinburgh)
 
Professor Christina Boswell, Professor of Politics delivers her inaugural lecture entitled "Against ‘Interests’ in Political Science: Public Policy and Political Motivation". Recorded on Tuesday 21 May 2013, at the University of Edinburgh's Business School.โดย web-comment@ed.ac.uk (The University of Edinburgh)
 
Professor Ewen A Cameron, Sir William Fraser Professor of Scottish History and Palaeography delivers his inaugural lecture entitled "The Political Histories of Modern Scotland". Recorded on Tuesday 7 May 2013, at the University of Edinburgh's Business School.โดย web-comment@ed.ac.uk (The University of Edinburgh)
 
Professor Charlotte Clarke, Professor of Health in Social Science delivered her inaugural lecture entitled "Phew! For a minute there I lost myself - the experience of living with dementia" Recorded on Tuesday 23 April 2013, at the University of Edinburgh's Business School.โดย web-comment@ed.ac.uk (The University of Edinburgh)
 
Josephine (Tonks) Fawcett, Professor of Student Learning in Nurse Education delivered her inaugural lecture entitled "A career for nursing: passions, privileges, pains and purpose". Recorded on Tuesday 30 April 2013 at the University of Edinburgh's Business School.โดย web-comment@ed.ac.uk (The University of Edinburgh)
 
Professor Philipp Koehn: Personal Chair in Machine Translation delivered his inaugural lecture, entitled "Open Problems in Machine Translation". Recorded on Thursday 21 March 2013 at the University of Edinburgh's Informatics Forum.โดย web-comment@ed.ac.uk (The University of Edinburgh)
 
Professor Lydia Plowman: Chair in Education and Technology, delivered her inaugural lecture entitled "Seven myths about young children and technology". Recorded on Tuesday 19 March 2013 at the University of Edinburgh's Appleton Tower.โดย web-comment@ed.ac.uk (The University of Edinburgh)
 
Professor Mona Siddiqui, Professor of Islamic and Interreligious Studies, delivered her inaugural lecture entitled "Love and Law in Christianity and Islam". Recorded on Monday 4 March 2013 at the University of Edinburgh's St Cecilia's Hall.โดย web-comment@ed.ac.uk (The University of Edinburgh)
 
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