This month’s events

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  1. 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...

  2. Centre for Energy Ethics: Long Field Loop by Rebecca Sharp

    Centre for Energy Ethics: Long Field Loop by Rebecca Sharp

    FREE but please book

    Join Poet, playwright, and interdisciplinary artist Rebecca Sharp for the finale of her Centre for Energy Ethics resicdency, where she will launch her new...

  3. Collaborative Hub for Cultural Heritage --- Spring Dialogues

    Collaborative Hub for Cultural Heritage --- Spring Dialogues

    Dialogue I: 24 May

    The Collaborative Hub for Cultural Heritage [CH2] warmly invites you to four open dialogues between the University of St Andrews and the Università degli studi...

  4. 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...

  5. Past Perspectives: How can premodern environmental research be made useful in the climate emergency?

    Past Perspectives: How can premodern environmental research be made useful in the climate emergency?

    Impact Workshop, Monday May 27, 2024 Funded by the Royal Society of Edinburgh

    The human species has forever been adapting to dynamic environmental conditions. The premodern world provides a laboratory of various experiments in...

  6. Saints Talk: Dr Leshu Torchin

    Saints Talk: Dr Leshu Torchin

    Documentary Film (and other Media) in a Post-Truth World

    Development is delighted to invite you to the next instalment in our Saints Talk series from Dr Leshu Torchin, 'Documentary Film (and other Media) in a...

  7. Public Lecture by Professor Anne Knowles, (University of Maine), 2023/24 Global Fellow

    Public Lecture by Professor Anne Knowles, (University of Maine), 2023/24 Global Fellow

    Mapping Genocide - What numbers and location can, and cannot, tell us about the Holocaust

    In this lecture, Professor Knowles, a leading practitioner of historical GIS, will contrast counting and mapping data about 1,142 Holocaust ghettos to the...

  8. Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient...

  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...