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  1. Steatite Rocks: vessels, pioneers, and trade in the Norse North Atlantic

    Steatite Rocks: vessels, pioneers, and trade in the Norse North Atlantic

    Steatite, or soapstone is a material that can tell us a great deal about the people of the North Atlantic region from the 8th to the 14th centuries. This...

  2. Transgender Cultures in Modern History

    Transgender Cultures in Modern History

    To mark LGBT History month, the School of History at the University of St Andrews is hosting the workshop 'Transgender Cultures in Modern History'....

  3. Medieval History Seminar
    Cancelled

    Medieval History Seminar

    Fontes Anglo-Saxonici: the Challenges of Producing, Maintaining and Using Electronic Databases in the Twenty-First Century

    Dr Christine Rauer and Dr Mark-Jan Nederhof (St Andrews) Fontes Anglo-Saxonici: the Challenges of Producing, Maintaining and Using Electronic Databases in the...

  4. St Andrews Institute for Gender Studies Research Seminar

    St Andrews Institute for Gender Studies Research Seminar

    Elise Watson, from the school of history, will be giving a presentation titled 'Gender, Invisibility and the Circulation of Print in the Dutch...

  5. St Andrews Centre for French History and Culture  Seminar
    Cancelled

    St Andrews Centre for French History and Culture Seminar

    'TALKING B(L)ACK: Theorizing Race and its Intersections in Early Modern France'

    Visiting Fellow Seminar --- Christy Pichichero (George Mason University) 'TALKING B(L)ACK: Theorizing Race and its Intersections in Early Modern...

  6. Intergenerational Emotions and the Making of History

    Intergenerational Emotions and the Making of History

    Katie Barclay, University of Adelaide; Annual Lecture in the History of Women, Gender and Sexuality

    This year's School of History Annual Lecture in the History of Women, Gender and Sexuality will be given by Katie Barclay, Deputy Director of the ARC...

  7. Unwrapping the Galloway Hoard

    Unwrapping the Galloway Hoard

    Buried at the beginning of the 10th century in Dumfries and Galloway, the Hoard lay undisturbed for a thousand years before being discovered by a metal...

  8. Middle East & Iranian Seminar
    Cancelled

    Middle East & Iranian Seminar

    'Between Egypt and Ethiopia: Connections, Mobility and Interreligious Relations in the Islamic Middle Period'

    Julien Loiseau (Aix-Marseille) 'Between Egypt and Ethiopia: Connections, Mobility and Interreligious Relations in the Islamic Middle Period' If you...

  9. Guest Lecture with Prof Miles Larmer, University of Oxford

    Guest Lecture with Prof Miles Larmer, University of Oxford

    Living for the City: Social Change and Knowledge Production in the Central African Copperbelt

    The history of African societies and the post-colonial analysis of knowledge production about African societies have commonly occupied separate spheres in the...

  10. Curious St Andrews: History of St Salvator's Quad Exhibition
    Limited access

    Curious St Andrews: History of St Salvator's Quad Exhibition

    We are Curious St Andrews, a Vertically Integrated Project at the University made up of staff and students. We have been delivering our research on the history...

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