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Medieval History Seminar -- Professor Gerard Chouin (William & Mary)
Medieval life and the World it made (Southwestern Nigeria, 10th-15th c.)
Professor Gerard Chouin (William & Mary) Medieval life and the World it made (Southwestern Nigeria, 10th-15th c.)
Free speech versus defence of the nation? The media as sources of national insecurity in Ukraine
The media can cause concern in the context of national security: they are described as potential tools and targets of attack that can be...
Poet Togara Muzanenhamo reading from his work.
Zimbabwean poet Togara Muzanenhamo will be joining the School of English on 4th April for a reading of his work. For some poems, see here:...
School of Economics and Finance Seminar
The Sure-Thing Principle
Speaker: Dr Jean Baccelli, Oxford University Abstract: The Sure-Thing Principle famously appears in Savage's axiomatisation of Subjective Expected...
Legitimising War: How the Putin Regime Justifies Military Aggression against Ukraine
Bo Petersson, Malmö University
CRSCEES is pleased to invite you to the last seminar in our series, Politics on the Edge: Rupture / Transformation / Imagination. Please join us for...
Art History Research Lecture: Dr Yuriko Jackall
The Making of Fragonard's Swing. Some New Suggestions.
Join us on the 5th April at 4pm in School 1 of St Salvator's Quad for Dr Yuriko Jackall's Research Lecture 'The Making of Fragonard's...
De novo cyclic peptides as chemical tools to explore epigenetic regulation
Research seminar as part of the School of Biology's Biomolecular Sciences (BMS) external seminar series by Dr Louise Walport, The Francis Crick...
Knowledge and Practice thematic research group meeting
Entrepreneurship as Organisation-Creation
This meeting of the School of Management's Knowledge and Practice thematic research group will welcome the School's visiting scholar Dr Piera...
Environmental Change Research Group seminar, David Thornalley (UCL)
AMOC of the past, present and future
Institute of Scottish Historical Research Seminar -- Dr Joanna Tucker (University of Glasgow)
Scribal autonomy in multi-scribe manuscripts: the example of the Chronicle of Melrose Abbey
Dr Joanna Tucker (University of Glasgow) -- Scribal autonomy in multi-scribe manuscripts: the example of the Chronicle of Melrose Abbey If you would like...