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Audrey Niffenegger interview on The Time Traveler's Wife, sequel, The Other Husband PART 2

Audrey Niffenegger in conversation with Henk de Berg from The University of Sheffield on "The Time Traveler's Wife", sequel, "The Other Husband" (2 of 2) Instagram:…

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Audrey Niffenegger interview on The Time Traveler's Wife, sequel, The Other Husband PART 1

Audrey Niffenegger in conversation with Henk de Berg from The University of Sheffield on "The Time Traveler's Wife", sequel, "The Other Husband" (1 of 2) Instagram:…

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Navonna Garrett Video Presentation

Literature Review Video Presentation.

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What to expect from your Assessed Oral Reflection

This video will help you to prepare for your assessed oral reflection. It will have some examples of the kind of questions we will be asking you and the type of answers we are looking for.

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ScHARR Short Course - Systematic Reviews and Meta-analysis

OverviewThe aim of this three day course is to provide participants with an introduction to methods for conducting systematic reviews and meta-analysis in health care. Sessions will be delivered by…

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15-B oral cavity

description of the oral cavity including the nerve supply from general sensation, special sensation and motor control of the tounge.

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Search planning

A short animation to guide the literature searching process. Last reviewed: August 2018Review due: Summer 2019

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Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source

Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source A session to look at strategies for how we use our hub, and what the key stakeholders needs are

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Putting The Importance of Being Earnest into Context

The video was filmed in the gift shop at Hardwick Hall, bringing to mind the changes taking place in English country houses that have continued from the time Wilde was writing in the 1890s to the…

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Putting the Canterville Ghost in Context

In this video, Dr Andrew Smith, Reader in 19th Century Literature at University of Sheffield is back at Hardwick Hall. He explores how Wilde’s tale represents tensions between England (the Old…

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A Close Reading of The Importance of Being Earnest

In this video Dr Andy Smith takes you through his interpretation of the passage from ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’. He highlights a number of issues, such as: - The urban view of the…

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A Close Reading of the Opening of the Canterville Ghost

Dr Andy Smith will take you through a close reading so that you can gain deeper insights into its meaning and significance. To try to understand the dynamics of the tale we need to look at some of…

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Country House Brewing and Satis House Brewery

In this video, Amber discusses the brewery at Satis House, and considers the significance of beer and brewing in ‘Great Expectations’. One of the first things that Pip notices when he…

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Material Conditions: Serialising Novels

In this video, Amber and Adam discuss the publication history of ‘Great Expectations’, its serialisation in ‘All The Year Round’ and various changes made across different…

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Putting 'The Mysteries of Udolpho' into Context

In this video, Professor Angela Wright is at Haddon Hall in Derbyshire. Here she introduces the gothic genre and ‘The Mysteries of Udolpho’ by Ann Radcliffe, published in 1794. …

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Austen, Radcliffe and the Gothic

In this video, Professor Angela Wright is at Haddon Hall in Derbyshire. Here she introduces the gothic genre and ‘The Mysteries of Udolpho’ by Ann Radcliffe, published in 1794.

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