This month’s events

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  1. STACEES event series: Net Zero and the Direction of Travel in Scottish HE

    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?

    Net Zero and the Direction of Travel in Scottish HE How can Scotland's higher education institutions lead the way in supporting the UK government's...

  2. From Anti-Terror to Anti-Democracy: Counterterrorism Strategies in the Post-Arab Spring

    From Anti-Terror to Anti-Democracy: Counterterrorism Strategies in the Post-Arab Spring

    CSTPV Seminar

    After a decade of the eruption of the Arab Uprising, how the civic and democratic uprisings turned into robust authoritarianism under the pretence of...

  3. Why, how, and for whom do we study classics?

    Why, how, and for whom do we study classics?

    Senior Global Fellow Nandini Pandey - Berkeley

    This is a School of Classics event. For further information please contact [email protected]

  4. Dangerous Knowledge: Reportage of Political Violence and the Spread of International Terrorism, 1850

    Dangerous Knowledge: Reportage of Political Violence and the Spread of International Terrorism, 1850

    Talk by James Crossland, Liverpool John Moores University

    In this talk, Dr James Crossland offers insight into the process by which violent radicals of the 19th century first learned how to be terrorists, setting in...

  5. Non-fiction writer Dan Richards in conversation with Emma Sutton

    Non-fiction writer Dan Richards in conversation with Emma Sutton

    Join School of English colleagues for a conversation between writer Dan Richards and critic and academic Emma Sutton about adventurous non-fiction ---...

  6. Art History Research Lecture: Dr Yuriko Jackall

    Art History Research Lecture: Dr Yuriko Jackall

    The Making of Fragonard's Swing. Some New Suggestions.

    Join us on the 5th April at 4pm in School 1 of St Salvator's Quad for Dr Yuriko Jackall's Research Lecture 'The Making of Fragonard's...

  7. Poet Togara Muzanenhamo reading from his work.
    Cancelled

    Poet Togara Muzanenhamo reading from his work.

    Zimbabwean poet Togara Muzanenhamo will be joining the School of English on 4th April for a reading of his work. For some poems, see here:...

  8. Legitimising War: How the Putin Regime Justifies Military Aggression against Ukraine

    Legitimising War: How the Putin Regime Justifies Military Aggression against Ukraine

    Bo Petersson, Malmö University

    CRSCEES is pleased to invite you to the last seminar in our series, Politics on the Edge: Rupture / Transformation / Imagination. Please join us for...

  9. Free speech versus defence of the nation? The media as sources of national insecurity in Ukraine

    Free speech versus defence of the nation? The media as sources of national insecurity in Ukraine

    Joanna Szostek

    The media can cause concern in the context of national security: they are described as potential tools and targets of attack that can be...

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