Monthly talks on research-related career issues for academics and postgraduate students.

The Music Research Seminars series is our main seminar series for research into the cultural, historical, political and social dimensions of musical life.

New Voices 2018 will give postgraduate and doctoral researchers an opportunity to discuss the topic of art and conflict and to address persistent historical, contextual, and conceptual questions. How do artists represent conflict in their work? How can art be used as a weapon of resistance and a means of reconstruction? What is the artist’s obligation, if any, to conflict? How does art respond uniquely to different kinds of conflict?

New Voices 2018 will give postgraduate and doctoral researchers an opportunity to discuss the topic of art and conflict and to address persistent historical, contextual, and conceptual questions. How do artists represent conflict in their work? How can art be used as a weapon of resistance and a means of reconstruction? What is the artist’s obligation, if any, to conflict? How does art respond uniquely to different kinds of conflict?

To support our postgraduate students in developing their presentation skills, and to share their work with peers and colleagues across the University of Edinburgh and beyond, we have established the OPENspace research seminar series.

ESA is a joint research endeavour between the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, University of Edinburgh and the School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society, Heriot-Watt University.

ECA comprises an internationally leading multi- and interdisciplinary research environment.

Aspiring to pursue a career as a professional violinist, Andrew decided to study Music - BMus (Hons) to expand his knowledge of the field, beyond purely the creative practice, to explore composition, critical thinking and the philosophy of music and its wider place in society.

Collections and Curating Practices MScR students staged exhibitions in partnership with the National Library of Scotland and the Travelling Gallery in February and March 2020.

Bringing together research-active staff and students to exchange methods, knowledge and ideas.

AI Ethics and Society is a network of researchers investigating the ethical and social implications of emerging technologies via a series of talks, reading groups, screenings and workshops.