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  1. Compline

    Compline

    A service of night prayer, with music, spoken prayers and silence lasting approximately 30 minutes. A lovely way to end the day. People of any faith, culture,...

  2. Sustainable Livelihoods Symposium

    Sustainable Livelihoods Symposium

    Global Challenges 'Sustainable Futures' Symposia Series

    The 'Sustainable Livelihoods' symposium is coordinated by the St andrews Global Challenges Forum. The St andrews Global Challenges Forum was formed...

  3. Becoming a Temple for the Lord: Baptism in the Name

    Becoming a Temple for the Lord: Baptism in the Name

    Biblical Studies Research Seminar: Fr Isaac Augustine Morales (Providence College)

    Postgraduate research seminar. Please contact Kate Dove on kad20@st-andrews.ac.uk or Liz O'Keefe on ero4@st-andrews.ac.uk for further information.

  4. Early Modern and Reformation Seminar

    Early Modern and Reformation Seminar

    'The Chinese Imprint. Printing and Publishing China in the Dutch Republic, 1595-1700' - presented by Trude Dijkstra (Warburg)

    Early Modern and Reformation Seminar 'The Chinese Imprint. Printing and Publishing China in the Dutch Republic, 1595-1700' -- presented by...

  5. Exercising the right to move in Israel-Palestine

    Exercising the right to move in Israel-Palestine

    The power of everyday cross-border movements among Palestinian citizens of Israel

    The Institute of Middle East, Central Asia and Caucasus Studies (MECACS) presents Dr Una McGahern -- Exercising the right to move in Israel-Palestine: The...

  6. Sagar Kumar -- Co-Founder of VS Charity Fashion Show

    Sagar Kumar -- Co-Founder of VS Charity Fashion Show

    Speaker Series hosted by the Entrepreneurship Centre

    Join us for this weeks' Speaker Series where we will be joined by St andrews Alumnus and serial-entrepreneur, Sagar Kumar. We are delighted to be joined...

  7. 'Global Inequality/ies and Poverty in Christian Ethics' by Professor Esther D Reed

    'Global Inequality/ies and Poverty in Christian Ethics' by Professor Esther D Reed

    (University of Exeter)

    Weekly seminar of the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics (CSRP)

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