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  1. A. Fuentes (Princeton): "Meaning-making, belief and world shaping as core processes in the human"

    A. Fuentes (Princeton): "Meaning-making, belief and world shaping as core processes in the human"

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    Prof. Agustín Fuentes (Princeton) Humans represent an infinitesimally small percentage of all the life on this planet. Yet, despite being such a tiny part of...

  2. Book Launch & Discussion  Terrorist Financing (Agenda 2022)
    Cancelled

    Book Launch & Discussion Terrorist Financing (Agenda 2022)

    CSTPV Seminar/Book Launch & Disussion

    William Vlcek is Senior Lecturer in Global Political Economy with the School of International Relations at the University of St Andrews. His research explores...

  3. Wendy Chamberlain, MP for NE Fife: 'Being a woman MP'
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    Wendy Chamberlain, MP for NE Fife: 'Being a woman MP'

    Wendy Chamberlain, MP for our local constituency of North-East Fife, will talk about 'Being a woman MP'. All are welcome.

  4. Dr Lora Sweeney (IST Austria): "Defining tetrapod motor circuits across evolution and development"

    Dr Lora Sweeney (IST Austria): "Defining tetrapod motor circuits across evolution and development"

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    Defining tetrapod motor circuits across evolution and development Vertebrates demonstrate a wide range of motor behaviors. Recent advances in...

  5. Keep the Bones Alive: Missing People and the Search for Life in Brazil

    Keep the Bones Alive: Missing People and the Search for Life in Brazil

    Book talk by Graham Denyer Willis, Professor of Global Politics and Society in the Dept of Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge

    Dr Denyer Willis will read from his forthcoming book, "Keep the Bones Alive" (University of California Press). Every year at least 20,000 people go...

  6. Asking Feminist Questions about Terrorism and Political Violence

    Asking Feminist Questions about Terrorism and Political Violence

    CSTPV Seminar

    Bio: Dr Roxani Krystalli is a Lecturer at the University of St Andrews School of International Relations. Her research and teaching focus on feminist peace and...

  7. 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...

  8. 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...

  9. 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...

  10. 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...

  11. 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...

  12. INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE AT A CROSSROADS?

    INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE AT A CROSSROADS?

    A conversation with Sir Geoffrey Nice, KC. Centre for Global Law and Governance, School of International Relations

    The Centre for Global Law and Governance is pleased to welcome Sir Geoffrey Nice KC for a conversation on his career in international justice and the prospects...

  13. Adapting Eco-Systems & Infrastructures of Ukrainian Cities During War
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    Adapting Eco-Systems & Infrastructures of Ukrainian Cities During War

    Energy Cafe hosted by Viktoriia Grivina

    How can industrial facilities operate as multifunctional ecosystems in a front-line city? What happens when a municipal bus fleet comes under attack? How to...

  14. Researching State and Non-State Actors as a Scholar-Activist in the MENA Region

    Researching State and Non-State Actors as a Scholar-Activist in the MENA Region

    Dr Carmen Geha, American University of Beirut

    The Institute of Middle East, Central Asia and Caucasus Studies presents Dr Carmen Geha, of the American University of Beirut, on 'Researching State and...

  15. 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...

  16. Mediation in Ukraine before and after conflict

    Mediation in Ukraine before and after conflict

    Sponsored by the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at St Andrews

    Speaker - Hanna Dushkova Ms. Dushkova is a lawyer and mediator registered with Scottish Mediation. Before resettling to Scotland because of the conflict...

  17. 'Forests of Refuge: Decolonizing Forest Governance in Guyana and Suriname'

    'Forests of Refuge: Decolonizing Forest Governance in Guyana and Suriname'

    'Forests of Refuge: Decolonizing Forest Governance in Guyana and Suriname' - A Book Manuscript Workshop with Dr Ariadne Collins

    Forests of Refuge: (De)colonizing Forest Governance in Guyana and Suriname 'Forests of Refuge: Decolonizing Forest Governance in Guyana and...

  18. "The Trouble with Critique: Questioning in International Political Thought"

    "The Trouble with Critique: Questioning in International Political Thought"

    Instructor: Dr. Gideon Baker (Griffith University)

    Masterclass description: "The world viewed from the perspective of international political theory (IPT) has largely been a European world. But is it...

  19. Round Table Book launch The Civil Condition in World Politics: Beyond Tragedy and Utopianism

    Round Table Book launch The Civil Condition in World Politics: Beyond Tragedy and Utopianism

    In this roundtable we will discuss the recently published The Civil Condition in World Politics: Beyond Tragedy and Utopianism edited by Vassilios Paipais.

    After initial comments by book contributors Vassilios Paipais (editor), Anthony Lang (chapter author) and Sophia Dingli (chapter author), Gideon Baker and Rory...

  20. CSTPV Lecture - Ahmed Abozaid
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    CSTPV Lecture - Ahmed Abozaid

    CSTPV Lecture - Ahmed Abozaid

    Bio Ahmed Abozaid is a political scientist from Egypt. He holds a PhD from the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence (CSTPV),...

  21. Kazakhstan: Living With and Giving Up the Bomb

    Kazakhstan: Living With and Giving Up the Bomb

    Dr Togzhan Kassenova, Senior Fellow at the Center for Policy Research

    The Institute of Middle East, Central Asia & Caucasus Studies (MECACS) presents Dr Togzhan Kassenova on Kazakhstan: Living With and Giving Up the Bomb. In...

  22. 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...

  23. Criminology and the study of terrorism: lessons from Israel

    Criminology and the study of terrorism: lessons from Israel

    CSTPV Seminar

    Gali Perry is a lecturer at the Institute of Criminology, Faculty of Law, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She received her PhD from the Hebrew University in...

  24. Chaplain's Conversation

    Chaplain's Conversation

    with Dr Gurchathen Sanghera

    In Chaplain's Conversations, key figures in our community explore their path to the University, what inspires them in their research, and their thoughts...

  25. ISWS Lecture Series

    ISWS Lecture Series

    A talk from Brigadier Khashi Sharifi OBE

    Brigadier Khashi Sharifi, OBE talks on British Army's Futures Command as well as research and expertise on organizational learning and strategic culture....

  26. Ukrainian MP Lesia Vasylenko in conversation with Professor Phillips O'Brien

    Ukrainian MP Lesia Vasylenko in conversation with Professor Phillips O'Brien

    The University of St Andrews is to give students, staff and the wider community a unique insight into the impact of the war in Ukraine when it welcomes one of...

  27. 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...

  28. 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...

  29. Rebuilding Arab Defense: US Security Cooperation in the Middle East

    Rebuilding Arab Defense: US Security Cooperation in the Middle East

    MECACS Presents

    The Institute of Middle East, Central Asia & Caucasus Studies (MECACS) Presents Bilal Y. Saab Rebuilding Arab Defense: US Security Cooperation in the Middle...

  30. Medieval Studies Seminar Series -- Professor Clifford Rogers (Westpoint)

    Medieval Studies Seminar Series -- Professor Clifford Rogers (Westpoint)

    The Role of Cavalry in Medieval Warfare

    If you have any questions about the event, please contact the organiser, Dr Tim Greenwood, at [email protected]

  31. 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...

  32. The Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict: Closure or Continuation?

    The Armenian-Azerbaijani Conflict: Closure or Continuation?

    MECACS Presents Dr Laurence Broers South Caucasus Programme Director - Conciliation Resources

    Eurasia's original 'frozen conflict', the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict has eluded resolution for more than 30 years. Military victory for the...

  33. Balřzs Trencsényi: Political History Beyond the Nation State

    Balřzs Trencsényi: Political History Beyond the Nation State

    CRSCEES seminar series: Politics on the Edge: Rupture / Transformation / Imagination

    Join us on Tuesday, 13th of September at 1-2:30pm on Teams for 'Political History Beyond the Nation State' with speaker Balřzs Trencsényi,...

  34. IR1005 online induction lecture

    IR1005 online induction lecture

    This is an information and Q&A session for all first-year International Relations undergraduate students registered in the IR1005 module. The session will...

  35. 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.

  36. 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...

  37. 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...

  38. 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...

  39. 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...

  40. Kin Conflicts

    Kin Conflicts

    Revisiting Kin-state-minority relations in Eurasia in light of war in Ukraine

    Russia's recent invasion of Ukraine and the use of irredentist rhetoric citing 'Russian speakers' and 'Russian world' to justify...

  41. Rethinking 1918:  How the Americans Won World War I

    Rethinking 1918: How the Americans Won World War I

    Professor Geoffrey Wawro - University of North Texas

    The Institute for the Study of War and Strategy presents Professor Geoffrey Wawro - University of North Texas -- Rethinking 1918: How the Americans...

  42. Prof Karen Douglas (University of Kent): 'The psychology of conspiracy theories'

    Prof Karen Douglas (University of Kent): 'The psychology of conspiracy theories'

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    This session's speaker will be Prof Karen Douglas, Professor of Social Psychology, School of Psychology, University of Kent, hosted by Gyasiwa Arhin, Sam...

  43. Who Owns Outer Space?

    Who Owns Outer Space?

    International Law, Astrophysics and NewSpace -- Professor Michael Byers - University of British Columbia and St Andrews Senior Global Fellow

    Join Professor Michael Byers, University of British Columbia and St Andrews Senior Global Fellow, for the masterclass 'Who Owns Outer Space? International...

  44. Prof Susana Carvalho (Oxford): 'Fifteen years of tracing early hominin behavioural evolution'

    Prof Susana Carvalho (Oxford): 'Fifteen years of tracing early hominin behavioural evolution'

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    This session's speaker is Prof Susana Carvalho, Professor of Palaeoanthropology and Fellow, St Hugh's College at the University of Oxford, hosted by...

  45. A conversation with Sir Geoffrey Nice, QC
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    A conversation with Sir Geoffrey Nice, QC

    Centre for Global Law and Governance, School of International Relations

    The Centre for Global Law and Governance in the School of International Relations presents a conversation with Sir Geoffrey Nice, QC, who will discuss a range...

  46. Dr Jimena Berni (University of Sussex): 'Diversification of motor networks'

    Dr Jimena Berni (University of Sussex): 'Diversification of motor networks'

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    This session's speaker will be Dr Jimena Berni, Wellcome Trust and Royal Society Sir Henry Dale Fellow, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, University of...

  47. 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,...

  48. 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...

  49. 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...

  50. What Went Wrong in Afghanistan?

    What Went Wrong in Afghanistan?

    Professor Stephen Biddle - Columbia University

    The Institute for the Study of War and Strategy presents 'What Went Wrong in Afghanistan?'. Stephen Biddle is Professor of International and Public...

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