A service of night prayer, with music, spoken prayers and silence lasting approximately 30 minutes. A lovely way to end the day. People of any faith, culture,...
A Wee Journey
Pay What You Can £15.00 / £12.00 / £10.00
Combining choreography by Palestinian dance artist Farah Saleh, live music and composition by Turkish musician Oğuz Kaplangi and movement from an ensemble of...
To all who have lost a family member, friend or colleague, the Chaplaincy warmly invites you to a Service of Remembering. This event is for those who are...
Create and Connect
Culture Workshops for Wellbeing
Now more than ever it's important to take time for your wellbeing, connect to others, and to St Andrews. If you want to try something new and creative,...
Grief Group Student Lunch
This group is open to all students who are grieving, and this does not have to be a recent loss. It offers an opportunity to find common ground with others in...
Hebrew Bible Research Seminar
Dr Peter Atkins (Edinburgh), 'The Feathered Man: Insights on Daniel 4 from Thomas Poyntz's tapestry of Nebuchadnezzar Transformed into a Beast'
Dr Peter Atkins (Edinburgh), 'The Feathered Man: Insights on Daniel 4 from Thomas Poyntz's tapestry of Nebuchadnezzar Transformed into a...
English Research Seminar -- Professor James Simpson
Unwriting Virtue, Selves and Texts: Early Modern Self-Erasure
The tradition that became Liberalism, which claims to have promoted meritocracy and individual agency, was, in both evangelical origin and in 150-year tradition...
School of Management research student meeting
The REF and what it means for you
This workshop will welcome School of Management Deputy Co-Head of School (Research) Dr Alina Baluch and Director of Research (DoR) Professor Ruth Woodfield, who...
The Religion and Politics Lecture 2023 with Dr Camila Vergara (Cambridge)
This is the annual lecture organised by the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics (CSRP) of the School of Divinity. The lecture expands on the...
2023 Octavia Elfrida Saunders Memorial Lecture -- Dr Janina Ramirez
'Lost, Ignored or Destroyed? Rediscovering Medieval Women'
This lecture will draw on Dr Janina Ramirez's (Reader in Art History, Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford) best-selling book, Femina, to ask...