Join us on Thursday 27 September 2012 for our Carnivore and Panda Talk.
Edinburgh lectures & talks
In his introductory discussion of ‘A Military History of Scotland’ Edward Spiers was careful to point out that the book in question, some 900 pages in length, weighty in both senses and costing £150 was neither ‘definitive’ nor ‘comprehensive’, as a number of journalists had claimed.
The Edinburgh International Fashion Festival presents a diverse program that includes catwalk shows, salon shows, exhibitions, talks, screenings, concerts, gala parties and workshops.
‘Jesus was a Scotsman’ could be seen as contentious title for a discussion, but it turns out to be a thoroughly apt one for this marking of the (gey near) 30th anniversary of the publication in 1983 of William Laughton Lorimer's translation of The New Testament into Scots.
The Festival of Dangerous Ideas is a Scotland-wide series of events that "aims to re-establish the importance of dangerous ideas as agents of change in education - to shift the axis of what is possible."
A behind-the-scenes look at creating an exhibition. From the initial idea to the final presentation, Deborah Clarke, Palace of Holyroodhouse and Treasures curator, explores the process of sel
Palliative Care has its origins in the modern hospice movement and pioneers such as Dame Cicely Saunders (St Christopher’s Hospice) and Dr Derek Doyle (St Columba’s Hospice). Today
The longtime EISF director explains the art of science communication and why warnings from this year's Edinburgh Medal winner need to be heeded.
The UN International year of Sustainable Energy for All finds us with various tools with which to confront the climate change crisis.