This month’s events

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  1. James V: Katherine

    James V: Katherine

    Raw Material and Capital Theatres present - Pay What You Can: £20, £18, £16

    "If a young woman made you smile, you wouldny want to see her set on fire, would you?" Katherine Hamilton is a nineteen-year-old woman facing arrest...

  2. Knox Lecture 2024 --- Professor Elizabeth Anderson

    Knox Lecture 2024 --- Professor Elizabeth Anderson

    Categorical inequality and the economy of esteem

    The Knox Lecture is an annual public lecture in the area of philosophy. This year's speaker is Professor Elizabeth Anderson (Michigan), who will be...

  3. Impacting global health through implementation science and digital health innovations
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    Impacting global health through implementation science and digital health innovations

    A Lecture by Professor Xiaolin Wei

    This May, the School of Medicine will welcome medically trained public health specialist Professor Xiaolin Wei, who will deliver this seminar on the application...

  4. John Minford  on Translating Hong Kong and Chinese Literature

    John Minford on Translating Hong Kong and Chinese Literature

    A two-part event - Pt 1 (The Hong Kong Poet P.K.Leung 也斯), Pt 2 (Translating China: From the I Ching 易經 to Louis Cha 金庸)

    John Minford, Emeritus Professor of Chinese at ANU, has been described as "the greatest living translator of Chinese literature into English". In...

  5. Seminar with Peter Hall, Professor of Medical Oncology, ECRC, University of Edinburgh

    Seminar with Peter Hall, Professor of Medical Oncology, ECRC, University of Edinburgh

    Data opportunities for high-value high-quality cancer care in Scotland

    The Graduate School for Interdisciplinary Studies are delighted to welcome guest speaker Peter Hall, Professor of Medical Oncology, ECRC, University of...

  6. Transition and the Historiographical Vagaries of Silent American Cinema

    Transition and the Historiographical Vagaries of Silent American Cinema

    Film Studies Speaker Series: Prof Charlie Keil

    When first introduced as a concept specific to early cinema in an essay for Cinema Journal in 1991, the notion of "transition" came firmly attached...

  7. Children's Classic Concerts: Big Top Brass

    Children's Classic Concerts: Big Top Brass

    Pay What You Can: £15, £12, £10

    Roll up, roll up... Children's Classic Concerts presents Big Top Brass. A carnival of musical acrobatics and live magic, with bells, trills and circus...

  8. St Andrews Climate Week

    St Andrews Climate Week

    The inaugural University of St Andrews Climate Week will run from 27-30 May 2024, with a series of events designed to highlight climate-themed research and...

  9. Acting Up: Rehearsed Reading

    Acting Up: Rehearsed Reading

    Tearaway Writers present - Pay What You Can £12.00 / £10.00 / £8.00

    A night of performed writing, featuring darkly humorous, dramatic, and comedic plays by the talented local writing group, the Tearaway Writers. Running time: 1h...

  10. Public lecture by Professor Stephen Gardiner

    Public lecture by Professor Stephen Gardiner

    Beyond institutional denial: a global constitutional convention for future generations

    Join CEPPA (Centre for Ethics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs) for a public lecture on climate justice as part of Climate Week. The lecture will be given by...

  11. Evidence Based Early Diagnosis (EBED) Conference

    Evidence Based Early Diagnosis (EBED) Conference

    Exploring new diagnostics -- big promise, big challenge

    Are you an innovator, researcher, clinician, policy-maker, or regulator who is interested in early diagnosis? You might be a patient, a member of the public, or...

  12. Public lecture by Professor Tahseen Jafry

    Public lecture by Professor Tahseen Jafry

    About climate justice: what does it mean and what lies ahead?

    Join CEPPA (Centre for Ethics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs) for a public lecture on climate justice as part of Climate Week. The lecture will be given by...

  13. ROH 23/24 Season: Message in a Bottle (12A)

    ROH 23/24 Season: Message in a Bottle (12A)

    The peaceful village of Bebko is alive with joyous celebrations. Suddenly, under attack, everything changes forever. Three siblings, Leto, Mati and Tana, must...

  14. National Taiwan University-St Andrews online research forum

    National Taiwan University-St Andrews online research forum

    The University of St Andrews has developed a partnership with the National Taiwan University (NTU). This institutional link, which was supported by the School...

  15. "Protest and Persistence: Analysing the Sweida Movement's Dynamics and Future Pathways."

    "Protest and Persistence: Analysing the Sweida Movement's Dynamics and Future Pathways."

    "The protest movement that erupted in Sweida last year continues to gain attention, particularly as it unfolds in a region predominantly inhabited by the...