This month’s events

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  1. Middle East & Iranian Seminar

    Middle East & Iranian Seminar

    Marie Favereau (Université Paris Nanterre) Shaping the northern frontier of the Muslim World: The Horde

  2. Medieval History Seminar: Lalibela and its history

    Medieval History Seminar: Lalibela and its history

    'The site of Lalibela and its history from a local to a transnational perspective (10th-16th centuries)' will be presented by Marie-Laure Derat of...

  3. JOINT Medieval History and ISHR Seminar

    JOINT Medieval History and ISHR Seminar

    "To underlie the law within three tides as sea faring men' : Merchants and mariners before the Aberdeen courts in the later middle ages" - Joint Seminar

    "To underlie the law within three tides as sea faring men' : Merchants and mariners before the Aberdeen courts in the later middle ages"...

  4. Institute of Legal and Constitutional Research Seminar

    Institute of Legal and Constitutional Research Seminar

    Joint ILCR and 'Edinburgh Roman Law Group' Seminar - "The Edicts of the Praetors: Law, Politics and Revolution in Ancient Rome"

    Joint ILCR and 'Edinburgh Roman Law Group' Seminar -- "The Edicts of the Praetors: Law, Politics and Revolution in Ancient Rome"...

  5. Global Collaboration against Terrorism in the 1970s

    Global Collaboration against Terrorism in the 1970s

    With Dr Silke Zoller, Assistant Professor at Kennesaw State University - Free

    Email tsadmin@st-andrews.ac.uk to book a space. Silke Zoller is an assistant professor of history at Kennesaw State University. She holds a Ph.D. from Temple...

  6. A Proletarian Classics?

    A Proletarian Classics?

    The relationship between ancient Greek and Roman culture and world communism from 1917

    This event, hosted by the University of St andrews with short panels and discussion sessions, will be held online over the weekend of Saturday 23 and Sunday 24...

  7. Energy Ethics 2021:  Energy Transitions & Planetary Futures

    Energy Ethics 2021: Energy Transitions & Planetary Futures

    Energy demand is growing, while urgent calls to reduce and mitigate the environmental impact of carbon emissions are intensifying. Transitioning our societies...

  8. 'Camilla/Chloreus: Gender Fluidity and Intersexuality in Aeneid 11'

    'Camilla/Chloreus: Gender Fluidity and Intersexuality in Aeneid 11'

    Dr Tom Biggs (St andrews) - School of Classics Research Seminar Series

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. To attend this seminar please subscribe to the Classics seminar mailing list, email...

  9. English Research Seminar

    English Research Seminar

    Dr Stephanie O'Rourke (School of Art History, St andrews)

    Self Evidence and Romanticism This talk reflects on the evidentiary authority of human experience around the turn of the nineteenth century in Western Europe....

  10. Amerindian Views on Global Warming

    Amerindian Views on Global Warming

    Three Amerindian women leaders speak in the run up to COP26

    In this panel, three indigenous Amerindian women -- Glicéria Tupinambř, Francineia Fontes Baniwa and Olinda Silvano Shipibo-Konibo, who are leaders,...

  11. Evidence-Based Policy Symposium

    Evidence-Based Policy Symposium

    Global Challenges 'Sustainable Futures' Symposia Series

    The 'Evidence-Based Policy' symposium is coordinated by the St andrews Global Challenges Forum. The St andrews Global Challenges Forum was formed in...

  12. Fearless Improvisation in 17th and 18th century styles

    Fearless Improvisation in 17th and 18th century styles

    An online course for instrumentalists of all ages and abilities - £25

    Tutors: Richard Michael (piano/organ): Honorary Professor of Jazz Piano, University of St andrews Hilary Michael (violin): Dunedin Consort, OAE, Academy of...

  13. The Gifford Lectures 2021-2022: Lecture 1

    The Gifford Lectures 2021-2022: Lecture 1

    The Disappearance of Ethics

    The Gifford Lectures (2021-2022) will be delivered by Oliver O'Donovan, Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics and Practical Theology at the University of...

  14. Dream worlds and witch-maids: the fairytale visions of Scottish women writers in the 19th and early 20th centuries
    Cancelled

    Dream worlds and witch-maids: the fairytale visions of Scottish women writers in the 19th and early 20th centuries

    andrew Lang Lecture 2021

    This semester's andrew Lang Lecture will be given by Dr Sarah Dunnigan of the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures at the University of...

  15. The Gifford Lectures 2021-2022: Lecture 2

    The Gifford Lectures 2021-2022: Lecture 2

    The Disappearance of Ethics

    The Gifford Lectures (2021-2022) will be delivered by Oliver O'Donovan, Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics and Practical Theology at the University of...

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