This month’s events

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  1. Departmental Seminar --- Dr Méadhbh McIvor

    Departmental Seminar --- Dr Méadhbh McIvor

    Title: Hell and Other People: Social Change and Collective Responsibility in an English Evangelical Community - Free

    Departmental Seminar, guest speaker followed by Q&A. Hosted by the Department of Social Anthropology.

  2. All About Energy Podcast

    All About Energy Podcast

    Youth and Climate with Isabella Cuervo-Lorens and Georgina Steel

    Host James is joined by Dr Emilka Skrzypek (St Andrews) for a special youth-focused episode of the All About Energy podcast. Our hosts welcome two guests into...

  3. School of Economics and Finance Seminar

    School of Economics and Finance Seminar

    Precaution, Information and the (Negative) Value of the Precautionary Principle

    Speaker: Professor David Martimort, Paris School of Economics Abstract: We consider a dynamic decision-making problem under irreversibility and uncertainty. A...

  4. IP for Research (facilitated by the Intellectual Property office)

    IP for Research (facilitated by the Intellectual Property office)

    Intellectual Property is important when considering opportunities to create impact. Whether your goal is for cultural, social or economic impact, IP can support...

  5. 2022 Octavia Elfrida Saunders Memorial Lecture: On the Underground Railroad

    2022 Octavia Elfrida Saunders Memorial Lecture: On the Underground Railroad

    Professor Steven Nelson

    We are delighted to announce that the 2022 Octavia Elfrida Saunders Memorial Lecture will be given by Professor Steven Nelson (Dean, Center for Advanced Study...

  6. Christianity and Ethical Struggle --- Contemporary Discussions in the Anthropology of Religion

    Christianity and Ethical Struggle --- Contemporary Discussions in the Anthropology of Religion

    Anthropology Society Webinar

    The contemporary world witnesses the struggle in articulating ethical life with advancing technology, enduring social institutions, and competing understandings...

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