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  1. Phanodemos and the Invention of Attic Theatre History Professor Eric Csapo

    Phanodemos and the Invention of Attic Theatre History Professor Eric Csapo

    CPGRD Annual Lecture

    To attend please subscribe to the School of Classics seminar mailing list: email [email protected] and put "subscribe classics-ressem" in...

  2. The Cretan way of war: Status, violence, and values from the classical period to the Roman Conquest

    The Cretan way of war: Status, violence, and values from the classical period to the Roman Conquest

    Dr David Leiws (Edinburgh)

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. To attend this seminar please subscribe to the Classics seminar mailing list, email...

  3. Sanctuary Research Afternoon

    Sanctuary Research Afternoon

    Addressing the Impact of Forced Displacement

    A Sanctuary Celebration Week will take place from 7-11 March to mark the second anniversary of St Andrews being awarded University of Sanctuary status. This...

  4. Syrian Christian Experiences During the Syrian Uprising

    Syrian Christian Experiences During the Syrian Uprising

    MECACS Events as part of the University Sanctuary Celebration Week

    The Institute of Middle East, Central Asia and Caucasus Studies (MECACS) together with the Council for At-Risk Academics (cara) and the Centre for Syrian...

  5. Philosophy of mind in Greek and Roman philosophy

    Philosophy of mind in Greek and Roman philosophy

    11.30am to 12.30pm Hannah Laurens, St Andrews, 'Nous and Divinity in Aristotle's Metaphysics Lambda' 1pm to 2.30pm Voula Tsouna, UC Santa...

  6. Centre for Ancient Environmental Studies (CAES)

    Centre for Ancient Environmental Studies (CAES)

    Take me to the River: Religious Communications in the Asopos-corridor in Boiotia (800-300 B.C.E.) - Visiting Scholar Dr Roy van Wijk (Münster)

    In 1948 Guillon mentioned that Boiotia is divided into "les deux Béoties" geographically. These were centred around the massifs dividing the...

  7. Carving out a place for the gods in Greek inscriptions POSTPONED
    Cancelled

    Carving out a place for the gods in Greek inscriptions POSTPONED

    Dr Rebecca Van Hove (Groningen)

    St Andrews Friday seminar cancelled. We regret to announce that this Friday's seminar by Rebecaa Van Hove has been cancelled in the light of the UCU...

  8. Rhapsody: Song, Textiles, and the Poetry of Ancient Weavers - Professor Anthony Tuck (UMass)

    Rhapsody: Song, Textiles, and the Poetry of Ancient Weavers - Professor Anthony Tuck (UMass)

    School of Classics Research Seminar Series

    To attend this seminar please subscribe to the Classics seminar mailing list, email [email protected] and put "subscribe...

  9. Centre for Late Antiques Annual Lecture

    Centre for Late Antiques Annual Lecture

    Simitthus in the first Millennium AD. The Multiple Transformations of a Roman town in Africa - Dr Philipp von Rummel (DAI-Berlin)

    To attend this seminar please subscribe to the Classics seminar mailing list, email [email protected] and put "subscribe classics-ressem"...

  10. Centre for Ancient Environmental Studies (CAES)

    Centre for Ancient Environmental Studies (CAES)

    Testing Hypotheses of Climate-Driven Societal Change through Settlement Archaeology - Dr Matthew Jacobson (Glasgow)

    To confidently examine links between climatic and socio-cultural change, we need proximate high quality evidence for both changes and for a causal mechanism....

  11. Public lecture by Professor Peter Adamson (Senior Global Fellow)

    Public lecture by Professor Peter Adamson (Senior Global Fellow)

    'The Beast Within: Animal and Human Nature in Greek and Arabic Philosophy'

    It's commonly assumed that philosophers before Darwin assumed that a vast gulf separated humans from non-human animals, recognising the former but not the...

  12. Philosophy and religion

    Philosophy and religion

    in ancient Greece and the Islamic world

    The School of Classics at St Andrews is holding a one-day workshop on the interface between philosophy and religion in the ancient Greek and Islamic worlds. The...

  13. The Environments of Ancient Mediterranean City-States: Experience and Resilience

    The Environments of Ancient Mediterranean City-States: Experience and Resilience

    Centre for Ancient Environmental Studies (CAES) Conference

    The urgency of modern environmental crises has led to growing interest in past human-environment interactions. A fundamental truth about effective responses to...

  14. Responsible Debate: Panel Discussion & Interactive Workshop

    Responsible Debate: Panel Discussion & Interactive Workshop

    Democratic politics has always been a place of discussion, disagreement and debate, however, recent politics seems to be increasingly polarised and channels of...

  15. New trends in the study of Eleatism

    New trends in the study of Eleatism

    Co-funded by the Mind Association, Scots Philosophical Association, and Schools of Classics and Philosophical, Anthropological & Film Studies

    The last 20 years have seen the development of a host of innovative and philosophically sophisticated approaches to the Eleatics and their influence. There have...

  16. Young People's Voices on Ukraine

    Young People's Voices on Ukraine

    What do children and young people have to say about the war in Ukraine? and what can we learn by listening to them? You are invited to join a conversation with...

  17. Museum of Peace

    Museum of Peace

    Over the past few months a team of students at St Andrews University -- led by Dr Alice König -- has been working on a Vertically Integrated Project...

  18. Blending in Diegesis ('Narrative')

    Blending in Diegesis ('Narrative')

    Public Lecture by Mark Turner, Professor of Cognitive Science at Case Western Reserve University

    This talk will review aspects of conceptual blending that are consciously and explicitly put onstage during narration.

  19. Alastair Blanshard -- Senior Global Visiting Fellow

    Alastair Blanshard -- Senior Global Visiting Fellow

    Classical fantasies and the Queerness of Mid-Century Muscle Culture

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. It will be followed by a drinks reception in the School of Classics building at Swallowgate. For...

  20. Late Hellenistic literature and epigraphy in dialogue: Dionysius of Halicarnassus and the Polis

    Late Hellenistic literature and epigraphy in dialogue: Dionysius of Halicarnassus and the Polis

    Benjamin Gray - Birkbeck

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event to be followed by a drinks reception. For further information please contact...

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