This month’s events

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  1. English Research Seminar --- Chris Townsend

    English Research Seminar --- Chris Townsend

    English Research Seminar

  2. School of Chemistry Colloquium: Professor Abbie McLaughlin

    School of Chemistry Colloquium: Professor Abbie McLaughlin

    Title and Abstract --- TBC For details regarding the speaker and their research please see their website.

  3. School of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: Dr Sara Shinton

    School of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: Dr Sara Shinton

    Presentation by Dr Sara Shinton of the University of Edinburgh, hosted by Janet Lovett and Vivienne Wild.

  4. School of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: Professor Alexander Lvovsky

    School of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: Professor Alexander Lvovsky

    Presentation by Professor Alexander Lvovsky of the University of Oxford on 'Optics and neural networks: a natural symbiosis'. Hosted by Ifor...

  5. 'Lutheran Ecclesiology' Presentation and Discussion

    'Lutheran Ecclesiology' Presentation and Discussion

    Dr Jonathan Mumme

    The St Andrews Encyclopaedia of Theology is pleased to welcome Dr Jonathan Mumme from Hillsdale College to speak on the topic of 'Lutheran...

  6. Prof Manuel Spitschan (MPI): What does the eye tell the clock?

    Prof Manuel Spitschan (MPI): What does the eye tell the clock?

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    Prof Manuel Spitschan (Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen): "What does the eye tell the clock? Mechanisms underlying the impact of...

  7. School of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: Professor Alexander Tartakovskii

    School of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: Professor Alexander Tartakovskii

    Presentation by Professor Alexander Tartakovskii of the University of Sheffield, hosted by Hamid Ohadi.

  8. John Pineda workshop

    John Pineda workshop

    Writing and Publishing Across Genres

    For School of English undergraduates only. In this workshop, novelist and poet Jon Pineda will discuss approaches to publishing across different genres of...

  9. The Fate of Civilians in War

    The Fate of Civilians in War

    Stephen Neff, Edinburgh University

    The fundamental rule regarding civilians in armed conflict is the requirement at all times to distinguish civilian populations from combatants. Civilian...

  10. ITIA Fireside Chat with Professor George Pattison
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    ITIA Fireside Chat with Professor George Pattison

    Conversations with Dostoevsky

    This term, our ITIA Fireside Chat will feature Professor George Pattison who will offer a reading from one of his most recent books, Conversations with...

  11. Dr Edwin van Leeuwen (Utrecht): Social learning and cumulative culture in chimpanzees

    Dr Edwin van Leeuwen (Utrecht): Social learning and cumulative culture in chimpanzees

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    Dr Edwin van Leeuwen (Utrecht): "Social learning and cumulative culture in chimpanzees", hosted by Prof Andy Whiten.

  12. Gifford Lectures 2024 --- Clare Carlisle, King's College London

    Gifford Lectures 2024 --- Clare Carlisle, King's College London

    Transcendence for Beginners: Life Writing and Philosophy -- Lecture 3: The Milieu

    This is the third of a series of six Gifford Lectures by Prof. Carlisle. They are open to all. Transcendence for Beginners: Life Writing and Philosophy...

  13. Status reversal and its discontents

    Status reversal and its discontents

    Michael Hechter, School of Politics and Global Studies, Arizona State University

    The recent rise of reactionary politics in modern democracies across the globe has been attributed to a variety of causes, including deindustrialisation,...

  14. Dirty Linen

    Dirty Linen

    CSTPV Seminar with Martin Doyle

    Martin Doyle, Books Editor of The Irish Times, offers a personal, intimate history of the Troubles seen through the microcosm of a single rural parish, his own,...

  15. Prof Alistair Lawrence (SRUC): The science, relevance, and challenge of positive animal welfare

    Prof Alistair Lawrence (SRUC): The science, relevance, and challenge of positive animal welfare

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    Prof Alistair Lawrence, (Scotland's Rural College), will present on "The science, relevance, and challenge of positive animal welfare", hosted...

  16. Shiwen Li (Oxford): The sensory, perceptual, and behavioural trajectories of iridescence

    Shiwen Li (Oxford): The sensory, perceptual, and behavioural trajectories of iridescence

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    Shiwen Li (Oxford): "The sensory, perceptual, and behavioural trajectories of iridescence -- what humans and bumblebees have taught us", hosted...

  17. The Gatecrashers: a long view of lone actor assassins and terrorists

    The Gatecrashers: a long view of lone actor assassins and terrorists

    Featuring Tim Wilson

    Over little more than a decade, the so-called 'Lone Wolf' attacker has emerged as a central security threat. Such lone actors are usually seen as a...

  18. Gifford Lectures 2024 --- Clare Carlisle, King's College London

    Gifford Lectures 2024 --- Clare Carlisle, King's College London

    Transcendence for Beginners: Life Writing and Philosophy -- Lecture 4: Incarnations

    This is the fourth of a series of six Gifford Lectures by Prof. Carlisle. They are open to all. Transcendence for Beginners: Life Writing and Philosophy...

  19. An elusive genre: Andrew Lang, the fairytale and Celtic fantasy

    An elusive genre: Andrew Lang, the fairytale and Celtic fantasy

    Andrew Lang Memorial Lecture 2024

    Dr Juliette Wood, Lectuer in the School of Welsh at Cardiff University and Former President and current Council member of The Folklore Society, will present...

  20. School of Chemistry Colloquium:  Professor Abbie McLaughlin (University of Aberdeen)

    School of Chemistry Colloquium: Professor Abbie McLaughlin (University of Aberdeen)

    Investigation of Ionic Conductivity and Exotic Electronic Properties in Transition Metal Oxides

    Solid-oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) and proton ceramic fuel cells (PCFCs) offer a viable option to produce clean energy from sustainable resources, with low emission...

  21. 2024 Religion and Politics Lecture

    2024 Religion and Politics Lecture

    Dr Kate Kirkpatrick (Regent's Park College), '"There must be religion for women as for the people": Beauvoir on Marx, Women, and Religion'

    The 2024 Religion and Politics Lecture at the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics (CSRP) of the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, will be delivered...

  22. Bystander Society: Conformity and Complicity in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust 

    Bystander Society: Conformity and Complicity in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust 

    Mary Fulbrook, University College London

    Using contemporary sources, Mary Fulbrook's most recent book, Bystander Society (OUP, 2023), explores the ways in which ordinary Germans became...

  23. Attending to the local in a global emergency: translation as a lens on climate crisis

    Attending to the local in a global emergency: translation as a lens on climate crisis

    CIMS Seminar in the Environmental Humanities by Professor Şebnem Susam-Saraeva (Edinburgh)

    As one of the most global conversations in history, climate crisis discourse is intrinsically dependent on and intertwined with 'translation': from...

  24. Dr Yvonne Skipper (Glasgow): Interventions to help young people spot online misinformation

    Dr Yvonne Skipper (Glasgow): Interventions to help young people spot online misinformation

    School of Psychology and Neuroscience Seminar

    Dr Yvonne Skipper (Glasgow): "But wait that's not real. Co-creating interventions to help young people spot online misinformation", hosted by...

  25. St Leonard's College and Graduate School for Interdisciplinary Studies Lecture Series

    St Leonard's College and Graduate School for Interdisciplinary Studies Lecture Series

    Lecture 5- Peace, Conflict and Security

    Coffee shops going social in wartime Kharkiv, Ukraine. Viktoriia Grivina, PhD Candidate, School of Modern Languages This research examines the dynamics of...

  26. Annual Lecture in the History of Women, Gender and Sexuality

    Annual Lecture in the History of Women, Gender and Sexuality

    Inexplicable men of genius and what to do about them: a study in predicaments and alarms in the historiography of early Christian women

    Blossom Stefaniw is Professor of Intellectual History at MF University College in Oslo where she teaches in the Religious Studies department. Her research...

  27. CIMS PG Training Session in the Environmental Humanities

    CIMS PG Training Session in the Environmental Humanities

    Professor Michele Monserrati (Smith College)

    All PG students (postgraduate research and postgraduate taught) are welcome to join this CIMS PG Training Session in the Environmental Humanities, which will be...

  28. Book Talk : Pathways Towards Lasting Peace

    Book Talk : Pathways Towards Lasting Peace

    Kaleem Hussain

    Peace and Reconciliation in International and Islamic Law presents a lucid analysis, observing how the sources of international law and Islamic Law help or...

  29. School of Chemistry Colloquium:  Professor Anna Slater (University of Liverpool)

    School of Chemistry Colloquium: Professor Anna Slater (University of Liverpool)

    Developing tools for supramolecular materials discovery

    Molecular materials and supramolecular systems have great potential in multiple applications, but their synthesis and scale-up is still challenging. When...

  30. The Grapes of Desire: Fascist Agricultural Projects in Libya

    The Grapes of Desire: Fascist Agricultural Projects in Libya

    CIMS Seminar in the Environmental Humanities by Professor Michele Monserrati (Smith College)

    The Cultural Identity and Memory Studies Insititute (CIMS) invites everyone to join this seminar by Professor Michele Monserrati (Smith College) on 'The...

  31. The Syrian Uprising 13 years on: What role for the Syrian diaspora?

    The Syrian Uprising 13 years on: What role for the Syrian diaspora?

    CSS Teams Event

    Friday 15 March will mark the thirteenth anniversary of the Syrian uprising, which turned into a bloody multilayered war, that catalyzed a political stalemate,...

  32. Inclusive Practice in Education Symposium
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    Inclusive Practice in Education Symposium

    Inclusive practice and academic identities: dialogues and reflections

    The Inclusive Practice in Education working group invites you to the inaugural Inclusive Practice in Education Symposium. Questions of inclusivity and diversity...

  33. Gifford Lectures 2024 --- Clare Carlisle, King's College London

    Gifford Lectures 2024 --- Clare Carlisle, King's College London

    Transcendence for Beginners: Life Writing and Philosophy -- Lecture 2: Life Writing

    This is the second of a series of six Gifford Lectures by Prof. Carlisle. Transcendence for Beginners: Life Writing and Philosophy Biography is a humble...