Past event

Lightning talks: Global, Spatial and Transnational History at St Andrews

This fun and fast-paced event will profile some of the current research in global, spatial and transnational history taking place across St Andrews. Speakers, drawn from across several different disciplines, will each talk for roughly 5 minutes about their research before opening out for general discussion. It will be a great way of finding out what everyone is doing, through which we might make new links between and across our research areas.

This event will be HYBRID: if you would like to join…
– in person, please complete the event signup form below.
– via MS Teams, please email me (ses22) and I'll send you the link.

The event will run from 3-5.30pm and will then be followed by a drinks reception for those attending in person.

Speakers include: Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva (Social Anthropology), Dan Clayton (Geography and Sustainable Development), Julie Curtet (History), Andrew Edwards (History), Ruth Ezra (Art History), Emma Flanagan (History, University of Edinburgh), Luke Gartlan (Art History), James Howe (History), Michelle Huang (Art History), Alistair Rider (Art History), Jo Sharp (Geography and Sustainable Development), Jules Skotnes-Brown (Social Anthropology), Claire Taylor (History).

Contact: Sarah Easterby-Smith ([email protected])