ERC funding: The application process
A workshop on European Research Council (ERC) applications, open to all University of Edinburgh staff.
CAS Seminar - African Astronomy, Astronomy in Africa
CAS Seminar Series - African Astronomy, Astronomy in Africa
Social Anthropology Seminar: Science-in-Vivo: Experiments with Microbes for the Philippines' 'Bananapocalypse'
Fusarium Wilt Tropical Race Four is a deadly soil-borne fungal disease that has stumped the global banana industry. While pesticides are systematically employed to control the spread of disease on plantations, the failures to develop a chemical control for Fusarium Wilt has exposed the paradigm limits of conventional agricultural science.
PIR Book Launch: IR in a Post-Truth World
Questions of truth and expertise are at the forefront of global political debates, such that it is common to speak of a ‘post-truth’ world and a backlash against ‘expert’ knowledge. From Brexit to climate change, from the Syrian civil war to Covid-19, established ‘truths’ and conventional wisdoms have become the subject of bitter and fierce controversy. What does this mean for scholars of International Relations...
CAS Seminar - A distributional impasse: Why conflict persists in South Africa’s rural mining frontier?
CAS Seminar Series - A distributional impasse: Why conflict persists in South Africa’s rural mining frontier?
Israeli Foreign Policy Since the End of the Cold War (Book Launch)
The Contemporary Middle East Series, brings together scholars and practitioners with expertise on the Middle East to share their experience and work in a series of public lectures.
The series is convened by the Middle East Research Group within the Politics and International Relations at the University of Edinburgh.
The Place of Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences
In this seminar, Dr Charlotte Brookfield will discuss the identity and learning journey of quantitative social scientists in the UK.
CAS Seminar - The Uncommon Sense of Biogas: Waste, Ethics, & Good Energy in Off-Grid Tanzania
CAS Seminar Series - The Uncommon Sense of Biogas: Waste, Ethics, & Good Energy in Off-Grid Tanzania