This month’s events

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  1. The Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series: Jack Halberstam

    The Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series: Jack Halberstam

    All Fall Down: Queer World Unbuilding and The Legacies of Anarchitecture

    Development invites you to hear from Jack Halberstam as part of The Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series for his talk titled "All Fall Down: Queer World...

  2. Damascene Reformers

    Damascene Reformers

    The ethical paradox of pursuing change under ideological regimes.'

    The Syrian Arab Republic has rarely been out of the headlines following the rise to power of Hafiz al-Asad in 1970 and Bashar al-Asad in 2000 and has been at...

  3. Heaven or Heat Death?

    Heaven or Heat Death?

    Christian and Scientific Perspectives on the End of the Universe

    The University Chaplaincy has invited Br. Guy J. Consolmagno, SJ, Director of the Vatican Observatory, astronomer, physicist and Jesuit Priest to speak on this...

  4. School of Economics and Finance Seminar

    School of Economics and Finance Seminar

    Identifying the Social Network of Influence

    Speaker: Dr Christopher Kops, Maastricht University Abstract: We live in a socially networked world and choices made by those within this network who influence...

  5. Organ Concert by Matthew McIlree (University of Glasgow)

    Organ Concert by Matthew McIlree (University of Glasgow)

    Free Style: From Buxtehude and Bach to jazz

    Organists from near and far perform a wide variety of repertoire on the 1974 Gregor Hradetzky organ (IV/40) in St Salvator's Chapel and on the 1868 T.C....

  6. In Person SEES Seminar - Dr. Lauren Marshall, Durham University, UK

    In Person SEES Seminar - Dr. Lauren Marshall, Durham University, UK

    Title: Interactive stratospheric aerosol modelling of volcanic eruptions and impact on climate

    Abstract: Explosive volcanic eruptions are important drivers of climate variability. Simulating volcanic eruptions is vital for understanding their impacts on...

  7. Damascene Reformers: The ethical paradox of pursuing change under ideological regimes.

    Damascene Reformers: The ethical paradox of pursuing change under ideological regimes.

    By Dr. Omar Imady, CSS associate, independent author Chair Prof Raymond Hinnebusch

    2022 saw the passing of two disparate yet similar Damascene Reformers: Muhammad Imady (June 2022) and Shaikha Munira al-Qubaisi (December 2022). Imady was the...

  8. Evensong

    Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only.

  9. Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient...

  10. Organisations and Society thematic research group meeting

    Organisations and Society thematic research group meeting

    Reinventing the past to secure a future: changing a 500-year-old organisation

    This meeting of the School of Management's Organisations and Society thematic research group will welcome alumna Dr Toma Pustelnikovaite who will give a...

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