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  1. Centre for Poetic Innovation -- Research Seminar by Prof. Stephen Roberts

    Centre for Poetic Innovation -- Research Seminar by Prof. Stephen Roberts

    "Three hundred dark-red roses: Lorca's use of metaphor"

    According to philosopher José Ortega y Gasset (1883-1955), what set the "new" (avant-garde) artists and writers apart from their nineteenth-century...

  2. Chinese Spring Music Festival

    Chinese Spring Music Festival

    Music-across-borders

    Chinese students studying in St Andrews in partnership with the Laidlaw Music Centre and the new Department of Chinese Studies will perform and present music...

  3. Back to Bodies 3: Pandemic Teaching and Embodied Practice

    Back to Bodies 3: Pandemic Teaching and Embodied Practice

    What pedagogical challenges has the pandemic posed to us? How are we embodied in our new teaching practices? As academic communities approach a two-year...

  4. Rest and Solidarity Tearoom

    Rest and Solidarity Tearoom

    Dear Ukrainian colleagues, students and members of our community, You have been through a lot in the past week. We all feel anxious for friends and loved ones,...

  5. Lyuba Yakimchuk --- Poetry Readings

    Lyuba Yakimchuk --- Poetry Readings

    Kyiv - Donbas, Ukraine

    The Russian aggression didn't start 14 days ago; not even eight years ago: there is an old and long history to it. Lyuba Yakimchuk -- listed among...

  6. Rest and Solidarity Tearoom

    Rest and Solidarity Tearoom

    Our Ukrainian colleagues, students and members of the St Andrews community have been through a lot in the past two weeks and may feel anxious for friends and...

  7. Man, Woman, Other: Disrupting Gender Hierarchies in Digital Storytelling

    Man, Woman, Other: Disrupting Gender Hierarchies in Digital Storytelling

    Byre World 22

    Digital storytelling has unique potential to disrupt gender hierarchies through interactive representation. Dr Margarita Vaysman will be joined by Svetlana...

  8. Migrations of Gender Lecture by Professor V Eudine Barriteau

    Migrations of Gender Lecture by Professor V Eudine Barriteau

    Meditations on Mobility and Movement from the Commonwealth Caribbean

    Professor Violet Eudine Barriteau is a Grenadian born Caribbean feminist, scholar and activist with a distinguished record in research, executive administration...

  9. Rest and Solidarity Tearoom

    Rest and Solidarity Tearoom

    With Emily Finer and Diana Vonnak

    Our Ukrainian colleagues, students and members of the St Andrews community have been through a lot in the past two weeks and may feel anxious for friends and...

  10. New Directions in Critical Medical Humanities

    New Directions in Critical Medical Humanities

    School of Modern Languages Research Seminar

    This seminar will consider the need of a conceptual vocabulary for the critical medical humanities. As a field at the intersection of biomedical sciences, arts,...

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