Dangerous Knowledge: Reportage of Political Violence and the Spread of International Terrorism, 1850
Talk by James Crossland, Liverpool John Moores University
Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar – Dr Joanna Tucker (University of Glasgow)
Scribal autonomy in multi-scribe manuscripts: the example of the Chronicle of Melrose Abbey
Why, how, and for whom do we study classics?
Senior Global Fellow Nandini Pandey - Berkeley
From Anti-Terror to Anti-Democracy: Counterterrorism Strategies in the Post-Arab Spring
Early Modern and Reformation Seminar – Dr John Gallagher (Leeds)
'Strangers: migration and multilingualism in England, 1570-1630'
Department of Social Anthropology Seminar – Daena Funahashi
Burnout: The enigma of exhaustion and why we catch on fire
Accounting, Governance and Organisations research group
STACEES event series: Net Zero and the Direction of Travel in Scottish HE
Making the shift: How do we change our local travel habits to meet our business, personal and climate targets in St Andrews?
School of Management research development session
Counting towards the REF: Reflections from an editor
Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar – Robbie Johnston (University of Edinburgh)
Tam Dalyell and Mad Mitch at Empire's End