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Translation in action: Two translators approach a Chinese short story-
Online translation event
America & Race, c. 1840-1940 (part of our Black History Month programme)-
A lecture by Professor William Naphy looking at the movements for changing race relations in the US.
Princes as Philanthropists: Edwardian Era Monarchy and the Politics of Giving-
Join Dr Heidi Mehrkens on Thursday 22 October from 5pm-6.15pm (BST) as she explores what motivated royal princes of the Edwardian era to become leading philanthropists of their time, using the example of the King Edward's Hospital Fund for London (today known as the King's Fund). At the turn of the century, voices in British...
Centering Race in International Law (Part of our Black History Month programme)-
Join us for a lecture as part of our Black History Month programme by Professor James Thuo Gathii.
Nate Holder - Decolonising Music Education-
Join us online for a presentation and conversation with Nate Holder: musician, author, speaker and music education consultant based in London. He is an advocate for decolonising music education and has been writing, speaking and consulting on the subject for the last five years.
Racism in Sport and Society - Moving Forward (Part of our Black History Month programme)-
Join us for this special event in partnership with Aberdeen Football Club and Show Racism the Red Card exploring the impact of racism in sport and in wider society.
Colonialism Isn't Dead-
Join us for a talk covering research topics by students Annie Wilson and Hannah Ekekwe.
Big Data, Analytics and Industrial Requirements: Academic Implications-
Senior business leaders, alumni and guests of the University are invited to join a discussion with Professor Martin Meyer, Dean and Head of School, and Professor Pervaiz Akhtar, Professor in Business Analytics, Big Data & Supply Chain.
In conversation with Jamala Osman (Part of our Black History Month programme)-
Social entrepreneur and inspirational speaker Jamala Osman joins us to discuss how a young person facing a difficult start in life turned her life around to become Britain's youngest bank manager, a dedicated mentor and role model for other young people.
Spoken Word Workshop with Jayda David (Part of our Black History Month programme)-
Emerging young poet and spoken word artist Jayda David will lead a spoken word workshop with themes varying from Identity to Black British History to Mental Health and everything in-between