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  1. Communicating Climate through Arts

    Communicating Climate through Arts

    STACEES Research Seminar - 'The act of Musicalizing in Tanzania' & 'Film Poetry as a Tool for Ecological Empathy'

    Claudia Lubao (PhD candidate, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences) will present 'The act of Musicalizing in Tanzania', which focuses on how...

  2. 16th Annual Film Studies Postgraduate Conference 2022

    16th Annual Film Studies Postgraduate Conference 2022

    The Annual Film Studies Postgraduate Conference is an event which celebrates the range of postgraduate research in the Department of Film Studies at St Andrews....

  3. Making St Andrews a place to belong
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    Making St Andrews a place to belong

    A workshop with Dr Greg Walton (Stanford)

    This is a joint event of the Enhancement Theme team and the Centre for Higher Education Research. Greg Walton is known internationally for his large body of...

  4. How to reinforce a sense of belonging in the classroom
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    How to reinforce a sense of belonging in the classroom

    An afternoon with Dr Greg Walton (Stanford)

    This event sponsored by the Enhancement Theme team and the Centre for Higher Education Research (CHER). Greg Walton is known internationally for his large body...

  5. 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.

  6. Prof Wade C Rowatt (Baylor): 'Religion, Prejudice, Humility, and Art Seeking Understanding'

    Prof Wade C Rowatt (Baylor): 'Religion, Prejudice, Humility, and Art Seeking Understanding'

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    Dr. Rowatt will take us on a deep dive into research about the social psychology of religion and prejudices -- focusing on religious nationalism and...

  7. Dr Alex Clarke (Cambridge): 'Context modulates object recognition in the lab and real world'

    Dr Alex Clarke (Cambridge): 'Context modulates object recognition in the lab and real world'

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    Recognising a visual object depends on accessing semantic meaning from our visual inputs - but in the real world, our understanding of what we see is also...

  8. 'The archaeoacoustics of Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Memoria (2021)'

    'The archaeoacoustics of Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Memoria (2021)'

    Film Studies Department Speaker Series

    Please join us at the Film Studies Department in St Andrews next Wednesday (October 5) at 3pm for the first event in our speaker series. Dr Philippa Lovatt...

  9. 'The archaeoacoustics of Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Memoria (2021)'

    'The archaeoacoustics of Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Memoria (2021)'

    Film Studies Department Speaker Series

    Please join us at the Film Studies Department in St Andrews next Wednesday (October 5) at 3pm for the first event in our speaker series. Dr Philippa Lovatt...

  10. Dr Claudio Tennie (Tuebingen): 'Primate cumulative cultural evolution of know-how is rare'

    Dr Claudio Tennie (Tuebingen): 'Primate cumulative cultural evolution of know-how is rare'

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    This edition of the weekly School of Psychology and Neuroscience's Friday Seminars will be presented by Dr Claudio Tennie, Eberhard Karls Universität...

  11. Sleepy Cinema, Queer Phenomenology, and Tsai Ming-liang's No No Sleep

    Sleepy Cinema, Queer Phenomenology, and Tsai Ming-liang's No No Sleep

    Film Studies Speaker Series with Nicholas de Villiers

    The concept of "sexual disorientation" was first proposed by Michael Moon in an essay on Kenneth Anger and David Lynch, and further elaborated by...

  12. Learning about Community in a Crisis

    Learning about Community in a Crisis

    Global Challenges Lecture Series: Leadership in Global Health

    Professor Stephen Reicher, a social psychologist and expert in crowd psychology, presents on the phenomenon of collective resilience, what it tells us more...

  13. HERO / YING XIONG

    HERO / YING XIONG

    Part of the Colour Across Chinese Cinema Series

    Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, this sumptuous period film set in ancient China is loosely based on the well-known assassination...

  14. HERO / YING XIONG

    HERO / YING XIONG

    Part of the Colour Across Chinese Cinema Series

    Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, this sumptuous period film set in ancient China is loosely based on the well-known assassination...

  15. Brown Bag Talk: Lucy Szemetova

    Brown Bag Talk: Lucy Szemetova

    Excavating "Invisible" Histories - (Dis)Remembering Socialist Secret Police Through Documentary Film?

    Organised as part of the Cultural Identity and Memory Studies Institute's Brown Bag sessions, the talk will explore Gabor Zsigmond Papp's The Life...

  16. "From Tramp to Trump: On Screen Comedy and Sovereignty"

    "From Tramp to Trump: On Screen Comedy and Sovereignty"

    Film Studies Department Speaker Series with Dr Paul Flaig

    In recent years, both critics and scholars have anxiously observed that the subversive force of satire, jokes and gags on screen has become not only toothless,...

  17. StAIGS Seminar Series: Dr Zoë Shacklock

    StAIGS Seminar Series: Dr Zoë Shacklock

    The Category Is: Streaming Queer Television

    The St Andrews Institute for Gender Studies Seminar Series features researchers across the university working on gender-related topics. This week, Dr Zoë...

  18. StAIGS Seminar Series: Dr Zoë Shacklock

    StAIGS Seminar Series: Dr Zoë Shacklock

    The Category Is: Streaming Queer Television

    The St Andrews Institute for Gender Studies Seminar Series features researchers across the university working on gender-related topics. This week, Dr Zoë...

  19. Dr Inbal Ben-Ami Bartal (Tel-Aviv): "A distinct neural circuit for prosocial intent in rats"

    Dr Inbal Ben-Ami Bartal (Tel-Aviv): "A distinct neural circuit for prosocial intent in rats"

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    This edition of the weekly School of Psychology and Neuroscience Friday Seminars will be presented by Dr Inbal Ben-Ami Bartal (Tel-Aviv University), hosted by...

  20. Centre for Screen Cultures event - 'Feeling Thing' - A film screening and conversation with Jo Bannon and Julie Rose Bower

    Centre for Screen Cultures event - 'Feeling Thing' - A film screening and conversation with Jo Bannon and Julie Rose Bower

    The Centre for Screen Cultures at University of St Andrews is excited to welcome you to our next series of events focussing on Sound and the Body. Our first...

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