This month’s events

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  1. Carols by Candlelight

    Carols by Candlelight

    Family celebrations of Christmas as darkness falls on Christmas Eve with congregational carols and readings from children. This service will take place in...

  2. Carols by Candlelight

    Carols by Candlelight

    Family celebrations of Christmas as darkness falls on Christmas Eve with congregational carols and readings from children. This service will take place in...

  3. Carols by Candlelight

    Carols by Candlelight

    Family celebrations of Christmas as darkness falls on Christmas Eve with congregational carols and readings from children. This service will take place in...

  4. Walk a path of light on the longest night

    Walk a path of light on the longest night

    free

    Weather permitting, there will again be a candlelit labyrinth on Winter Solstice. Last year it was quite lovely. A labyrinth remains an appropriate metaphor for...

  5. University Staff Christmas Party

    University Staff Christmas Party

    Open to all staff and their friends and family - £7

    The Staff Christmas Party is open to everyone so please invite your friends and family to enjoy what's sure to be a great night. Huge Mouse will be...

  6. From Zoonotics to Anthroponotics

    From Zoonotics to Anthroponotics

    The Past and Present of Disease Transmission between Animals and Humans - Free

    This online symposium organised by The Global War Against the Rat and the Epistemic Emergence of Zoonosis project in collaboration with Monica H. Green is...

  7. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by the University Chaplain, Revd Dr Donald MacEwan. Gowns are...

  8. University Carol Service

    University Carol Service

    Bringing Christmas to life with carols sung by choristers from St Salvator's Chapel Choir, and a reflection on the Christmas story from the Chaplain, Revd...

  9. TheoArtistry: Art as Revelation

    TheoArtistry: Art as Revelation

    A collaborative exhibition investigating the cognitive implications of text-inclusive artworks

    TheoArtistry is about a meeting of the ways: between theology and the arts, between theory and practice, and -- in the latest TheoArtistry scheme --...

  10. Tracing the Lines: Pots and People in Late Neolithic Scotland

    Tracing the Lines: Pots and People in Late Neolithic Scotland

    In the final centuries of the 4th millennium BC a new style of pottery known as Grooved Ware appeared in Orkney. Known from sites including the Standing Stones...

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