This month’s events

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  1. 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...

  2. 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...

  3. Lived Spaces in Late Antiquity

    Lived Spaces in Late Antiquity

    In association with the School of Classics and the Centre for Late Antique Studies

    To register for this conference please e-mail classcon@st-andrews.ac.uk by Monday 6 December. Lived Spaces in Late Antiquity Conference Programme (Provisional)...

  4. Neil Smith Lecture
    Cancelled

    Neil Smith Lecture

    Presented by Andreas Malm, Professor of Geography, Lund University, a leading scholar on the Anthropocene and our climate-changed world

    Please join the Neil Smith Lecture, delivered by Andreas Malm, (title and abstract tbc). Andreas Malm is Professor of Geography at Lund University and a leading...

  5. Saints Talk: Dr Emma Buckley

    Saints Talk: Dr Emma Buckley

    Staging Revenge: Transforming the Odyssey in Early Modern England

    Development is delighted to invite you to the next instalment in their Saints Talk series from Dr Emma Buckley. In this talk Dr Buckley will explore the world...

  6. Land Management in Scotland -- From Urban Deer to Wind Energy

    Land Management in Scotland -- From Urban Deer to Wind Energy

    STACEES Research Seminar - Showcasing PhD Projects by Abi Whitefield and Jessica Hogan (School of Geography and Sustainable Development, St Andrews)

    'Putting Community Back into Community Energy: Does Ownership Affect Support and Perceived Justice for Wind Energy in Scotland?' by Jessica Hogan...

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