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  1. Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Dr David Reimer (St Andrews), 'Personal Forgiveness in Proverbs? An Exploration'

    Biblical Studies Research Seminar: Dr David Reimer (St Andrews), 'Personal Forgiveness in Proverbs? An Exploration'

  2. ITIA Research Seminar

    ITIA Research Seminar

    Dr Oliver B. Langworthy (University of St Andrews), 'The Musicality of Salvation'.

    Dr Oliver B. Langworthy (University of St Andrews), 'The Musicality of Salvation'.

  3. ITIA Research Seminar

    ITIA Research Seminar

    Professor Giuseppe Pezzini (University of Oxford), Tolkien (title t.b.c)

    Professor Giuseppe Pezzini (University of Oxford), Tolkien (title t.b.c)

  4. Theology Research Seminar

    Theology Research Seminar

    "The Theological Turn: Readings in Systematic Theology of the Late Twentieth Century" - The Person of Christ (chaired by Judith Wolfe)

    "The Theological Turn: Readings in Systematic Theology of the Late Twentieth Century" - The Person of Christ (chaired by Judith Wolfe)

  5. Theology Research Seminar

    Theology Research Seminar

    "The Theological Turn: Readings in Systematic Theology of the Late Twentieth Century" - Act and Being (chaired by King-Ho Leung)

    "The Theological Turn: Readings in Systematic Theology of the Late Twentieth Century" - Act and Being (chaired by King-Ho Leung)

  6. Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Prof Jason König (St Andrews), 'Wilderness and Community: Mountains in the Literatures of the Roman Empire'

    Prof Jason König (St Andrews), 'Wilderness and Community: Mountains in the Literatures of the Roman Empire'

  7. James Gregory Lecture

    James Gregory Lecture

    Should we Love Everyone?, Professor Meghan Sullivan

    This is a public lecture, open to everyone, from Professor Meghan Sullivan (University of Notre Dame).

  8. New Testament Seminar

    New Testament Seminar

    The Strong, the Weak, and Ethnicity in Romans 14 - Dr David Johnston

    The Strong, the Weak, and Ethnicity in Romans 14 - Dr David Johnston

  9. ITIA Research Seminar

    ITIA Research Seminar

    Professor Margot Fassler (University of Notre Dame), 'Cutting and Pasting in Mons: A 16th-century Antiphoner in the Hesburgh Library and Its Contexts'.

    Professor Margot Fassler (University of Notre Dame), 'Cutting and Pasting in Mons: A 16th-century Antiphoner in the Hesburgh Library and Its...

  10. Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Dr Katherine Hockey (Aberdeen), 'Economics, Politics and Emotion in Luke's

    Dr Katherine Hockey (Aberdeen), 'Economics, Politics and Emotion in Luke's "Love Your Enemies" Command'

  11. Theology Research Seminar

    Theology Research Seminar

    "The Theological Turn: Readings in Systematic Theology of the Late Twentieth Century" - The Theology of Reconciliation (chaired by Andrew Torrance)

    "The Theological Turn: Readings in Systematic Theology of the Late Twentieth Century" - The Theology of Reconciliation (chaired by Andrew...

  12. New Testament Seminar

    New Testament Seminar

    The One Who Is Weak in Faith in Romans 14 - Dr David Johnston

    The One Who Is Weak in Faith in Romans 14 - Dr David Johnston

  13. City that oil built: narratives of oil in Baku's memorial landscape

    City that oil built: narratives of oil in Baku's memorial landscape

    Dr Leyla Sayfutdinova Social Anthropology University of St Andrews and the Centre for Energy Ethics

    In this talk, Dr Leyla Sayfutdinova will discuss how Baku's identity of an 'oil city' has been constructed through the narratives on its urban...

  14. Mapping Kurdistan: Territory, Self-Determination and Nationalism

    Mapping Kurdistan: Territory, Self-Determination and Nationalism

    CSS Presents Dr Zeynep Kaya - University of Sheffield

    The Centre for Syrian Studies presents Dr Zeynep Kaya of the University of Sheffield speaking about her research and book, Mapping Kurdistan: Territory,...

  15. (Re)thinking Inclusive Academic Conferences (Theology, Divinity and Religious Studies)
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    (Re)thinking Inclusive Academic Conferences (Theology, Divinity and Religious Studies)

    Many non-traditional PGRs/PGTs struggle to apply successfully to give papers at academic conferences. Likewise, many academic conference organisers do not know...

  16. The New Age of Naval Power in the Indo-Pacific: Five Factors of Influence

    The New Age of Naval Power in the Indo-Pacific: Five Factors of Influence

    Which in many ways was the conversation starter before Johnson went into gov in 2019 on the Indo-Pacific. There is much more to discuss, but this gives a sense

    The Making of the Indo-Pacific 'Tilt': Rethinking British Security in the Age of Sino-American Competition One of the most significant novelties...

  17. Post-Positivism from Below: Exploring the 'Constitutive Outside of Critical IR' 

    Post-Positivism from Below: Exploring the 'Constitutive Outside of Critical IR' 

    Senior Global Fellow - Professor Pinar Bilgin - Bilkent University. Chair:Prof Karin Fierke -University of St Andrews

    We are delighted to welcome Professor Pinar Bilgin who will be resident in the School of International Relations as part of the University Global Fellow Scheme...

  18. ITIA Research Seminar

    ITIA Research Seminar

    Professor Mark Knight (Lancaster University), 'Oscar Wilde and Religion'.

    Professor Mark Knight (Lancaster University), 'Oscar Wilde and Religion'.

  19. James Gregory Lecture

    James Gregory Lecture

    Should we Love Everyone?, Professor Meghan Sullivan

    This is a public lecture, open to everyone, from Professor Meghan Sullivan (University of Notre Dame).

  20. Post-Positivism from Below: Exploring the 'Constitutive Outside of Critical IR' 

    Post-Positivism from Below: Exploring the 'Constitutive Outside of Critical IR' 

    Senior Global Fellow - Professor Pinar Bilgin - Bilkent University. Chair:Prof Karin Fierke -University of St Andrews

    We are delighted to welcome Professor Pinar Bilgin who will be resident in the School of International Relations as part of the University Global Fellow Scheme...

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