This month’s events

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  1. The Body and Senses in Seneca's Natural Questions

    The Body and Senses in Seneca's Natural Questions

    Elaine Sanderson - St Andrews

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. For further information please contact classcon@st-andrews.ac.uk.

  2. Devotional Deposit: Mary Magdalen and Mining in the Late Medieval Alps - Dr Joanne Anderson

    Devotional Deposit: Mary Magdalen and Mining in the Late Medieval Alps - Dr Joanne Anderson

    Art History Research Lectures

    Join us on the 12th October at 4pm in the Arts Lecture theatre for Dr Joanne Anderson's Research Lecture on Devotional Deposit: Mary Magdalen and Mining...

  3. Poetry Reading by Vahid Davar

    Poetry Reading by Vahid Davar

    Something the Colour of Pines on Fire

    Vahid will read extracts from Something the Colour of Pines on Fire recently published by Matecznik Press. Vahid's reading will be followed by the...

  4. Unlocking the Past with Geophysics

    Unlocking the Past with Geophysics

    Professor Richard Bates, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, will present recent studies using remote sensing tools that are being used to unlock the...

  5. Criminology and the study of terrorism: lessons from Israel

    Criminology and the study of terrorism: lessons from Israel

    CSTPV Seminar

    Bio: Dr Roxani Krystalli is a Lecturer at the University of St Andrews School of International Relations. Her research and teaching focus on feminist peace and...

  6. Platonic zoology

    Platonic zoology

    Professor Dimitri El Murr - Paris

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event and will be held Online. To attend this seminar please subscribe to the Classics seminar mailing...

  7. Space - so what?
    Limited access

    Space - so what?

    Guest lecture by Professor Anu Ojha OBE, Director of the UK National Space Centre and Member of University Court

    In this talk, Professor Ojha will explore the discoveries made through applications of space science and engineering and how they have changed humanity's...

  8. Prussians at Sellasia: How Ancient Military History Earned its Bad Reputation

    Prussians at Sellasia: How Ancient Military History Earned its Bad Reputation

    Roel Konijnendijk - Oxford

    This is a School of Classics Research Seminar Series event. The format for this event will be confirmed shortly. For further information please contact...

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