This month’s events

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  1. ITIA Research Seminar

    ITIA Research Seminar

    Dr Mark Potter (University of Erfurt), 'Changing Ecological Relationships and Christian Musical Innovation'.

    Dr Mark Potter (University of Erfurt), 'Changing Ecological Relationships and Christian Musical Innovation'.

  2. The Donald Winch Lectures in Intellectual History - 2022

    The Donald Winch Lectures in Intellectual History - 2022

    Stefan Collini FBA, Professor Intellectual History and English Literature, University of Cambridge will inaugurate the Winch Lectures in honour of Donald Winch...

  3. Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Tobias Siegenthaler (St Andrews), 'Joseph in the Pit as Literary Template'

    Biblical Studies Research Seminar: Tobias Siegenthaler (St Andrews), 'Joseph in the Pit as Literary Template'

  4. School of Chemistry Colloquium:  Professor Andrew Goodwin (Oxford University)

    School of Chemistry Colloquium: Professor Andrew Goodwin (Oxford University)

    Disorder by design

    School of Chemistry Colloquium open to final year project students, MSc students, PhD students, post-doctoral researchers and academic staff. This talk will...

  5. ITIA Research Seminar

    ITIA Research Seminar

    Dr Mary W. McCampbell (Lee University), 'The Empathetic Imagination: How Art Can Help Us Love Our Enemies'.

    Dr Mary W. McCampbell (Lee University), 'The Empathetic Imagination: How Art Can Help Us Love Our Enemies'.

  6. Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Biblical Studies Research Seminar

    Dr Jamie Grant (UH&I), 'A

    Biblical Studies Research Seminar: Dr Jamie Grant (UH&I), 'A "Thick" Reading of the Epilogue: Ecclesiastes and Old Testament...

  7. The Reformation Day Lecture - Dr Kat Hill (Birkbeck, London)

    The Reformation Day Lecture - Dr Kat Hill (Birkbeck, London)

    'Silent in the Land: Mennonites, migration and long legacies of the radical Reformation'

    For all questions regarding the 2022 Reformation Day Lecture, please contact Dr Matt McLean mam5@st-andrews.ac.uk

  8. ITIA Research Seminar

    ITIA Research Seminar

    Prof David Jasper and Prof Jeremy J. Smith (University of Glasgow), 'The Victorian Invention of Medieval Liturgy: a case study in cultural appropriation'

    Professor David Jasper and Professor Jeremy J. Smith (University of Glasgow), 'The Victorian Invention of Medieval Liturgy: a case study in cultural...

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